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Urmie D. Seenarine introduces the “Savory Dishes of Caribbean”

A native Guyanese cook shares with foodies the taste of the Caribbean through her cookbook.

South Richmond Hill, New Year, USA – WEBWIRE

A collection of delectable fusion dishes right on the table!

Urmie D. Seenarine inherited her love of cooking from her father, who was the unofficial village cook for big functions and events. So, it was no surprise how she was able to cook at least two big meals for her big family. She further honed her skills when she moved to America, culminating in the publication of her cookbook “Savory Dishes of Caribbean” (ReadersMagnet; 2018).
The cookbook adds West Indian American flare to typical American homemade meals, enriching them with a variety of spices and herbs. There are 107 easy-to-follow, homestyle recipes categorized according to food type: chicken, lamb, beef, veal, pork, turkey, fish and shrimp, and desserts and miscellaneous.
Foodies can detect the fusion between American cuisine and West Indian cuisine in dishes such as Curry Tripe, Lamb Meat Balls, Boneless Spareribs, Chicken Strips with Vegetables, Turkey Pepper Pot, Grilled Salmon, and Baked Duckling – all of these already sounds delicious. Indeed, there is something for everybody in Savory Dishes of Caribbean.
These mouthwatering American and West Indian/Caribbean fusion dishes need not long to prepare and can be made from select ingredients grown in the garden or bought from the grocery store. Everyone will truly appreciate the recipes and families will enjoy them to their hearts’ content.
Order a copy of Urmie D. Seenarine’s “Savory Dishes of Caribbean” through the author’s website
Don’t miss the public display of this delightful cookbook at the upcoming 2019 BookExpo New Title Showcase on May 29 to June 2, 2019.
Savory Dishes of Caribbean
Written by Urmie D. Seenarine
Published by ReadersMagnet
Published date: October 19, 2018
Paperback Price: $19.95
About the Author

Urmie D. Seenarine, born and raised in Guyana, started cooking at the early age of eleven. She learned cooking techniques and the use of exotic ingredients from her father who was the unofficial village cook. She currently lives in Richmond Hill, New York, with her husband, two children, and grandson.

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