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eBook Caribbean Light ePub

by Donna Shields

  • ISBN: 0385487142
  • Category: Regional and International
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Donna Shields
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Broadway; 1 edition (September 15, 1998)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1313 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1193 kb
  • Other: lit lrf lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 952

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Caribbean Light book.

Caribbean Light book. Using selective but authentic ingredients and lighter cooking methods, Donna Shields harnesses that boldness and, without dimming the color or diminishing its assertiveness, interprets Caribbean cooking for the healthy American lifestyle.

Caribbean Light brings you vibrant, good-time, home-style island food that's not only exciting, but healthful and nutritious as well. Caribbean food is a medley of brilliant colors, bold flavors, and lush presentations. The cooking techniques combine European, African, Indian, and Chinese influences, and the result is a cuisine with a big, assertive personality.

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Donna Gillespie lives in California where she is at work on the next book in the Light series. Donna uses the difficulty of balancing conflicting loyalties such as that owed to self, family or ones people of origin to drive the books plot unlike the original where plot was "revenge" driven

Donna Gillespie lives in California where she is at work on the next book in the Light series. Donna uses the difficulty of balancing conflicting loyalties such as that owed to self, family or ones people of origin to drive the books plot unlike the original where plot was "revenge" driven. The love and loyalty Auriane feels towards Marcus is offset by her need to syphon monies from her Gallic estate bequeathed to her by him.

Caribbean Light: All The Flavors Of The Islands, Without All The Fat - ISBNdb (books and publications). Donna is a nutrition and culinary consultant who inspires creativity with flavorful results. author: Donna Shields. The Pregnancy Cookbook: Easy Recipes For Nine Months Of Healthy Eating - ISBNdb (books and publications). She is also the author of CARIBBEAN LIGHT. Lindsay Lohan Acts Like A Vampire For Tyler Shields Wearing Donna Mizani.

Baroness Joanna Shields, OBE (born 12 July 1962) is a British-American technology industry veteran who currently serves as Group CEO for BenevolentAI. Shields previously served as UK Minister for Internet Safety and Security, Under-Secretary of State, and Advisor on the Digital Economy to David Cameron. She was made a Life Peer in the House of Lords in 2014. In 2016, Baroness Shields was appointed the Prime Minister's Special Representative on Internet Safety.

View Donna Shields’s Profile on Saatchi Ar. I want to believe that the imperfections are nothing - that the light is everything – ― Mary Oliver For as long as I can remember making art has always been a portal into a world where observation and daydreaming coexist.

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This is the Official Setting Material Collection of The Rising of the Shield Hero light novel. The Official Setting Material Collection of the popular series "The Rising of the Shield Hero" has finally arrived. This book will have a complete overview of the Character and Skills shown throughout the series. It will also include a bonus story consisting of 30 pages. A must-see luxury book for fans!

Caribbean Light brings you vibrant, good-time, home-style island food that's not only exciting, but healthful and nutritious as well.Caribbean food is a medley of brilliant colors, bold flavors, and lush presentations.  The cooking techniques combine European, African, Indian, and Chinese influences, and the result is a cuisine with a big, assertive personality.Using selective but authentic ingredients and lighter cooking methods, Donna Shields harnesses that boldness and, without dimming the color or diminishing its assertiveness, interprets Caribbean cooking for the healthy American lifestyle.The more than 125 recipes--for such exotically named but easy-to-cook dishes as Coo-Coo (the Caribbean answer to polenta), Suds 'n' Snapper (a tasty poached fish that lets you have your beer and eat it too), Stuffed Banana Lime Voodoo Chicken (the only magic is in the taste), and Pi±a Colada Custard Pie (featuring pineapple and coconut, just like the drink)--are accompanied by notes on their origins, descriptions of tropical ingredients, and short essays on island customs and festivals.  Each of the recipes includes a nutritional breakdown of calories, fat, cholesterol, and sodium.Donna Shields writes with a touch of whimsy befitting the carefree mood of the islands, and Caribbean Light is an invitation to savor these lusty tropical flavors in a collection of healthful, down-to-earth dishes designed to please American tastes.Donna Shields, who is a registered dietitian with a master's degree in nutrition communications, lives in Key West, Florida, where she operates Key West Culinary, a consulting firm for restaurant chains and food manufacturers.  She is a former faculty member at the Culinary Institute of America, and her articles on healthful tropical cuisine have been published in Cooking Light, Better Homes & Gardens Low Calorie, Weight Watchers, Caribbean Travel & Life, and Restaurants USA magazines.  She promotes healthful Caribbean cuisine through special events on cruise ships, speaking engagements for the Caribbean Culinary Federation, and on television.

Comments

Malodor Malodor
I've recently embraced Floribbean cooking and am having fun with it. I'd seen this book in a bookstore and passed on the full retail price in favor of ordering through Amazon and possibly getting it slightly used. It has a lot of fun ideas in it, but many of the ingredients are not available in my small town. Perhaps residents in larger cities that have Caribbean markets would have an easier time. Nevertheless, I'm enjoying the book, and the few recipes I've tried have come out pretty well.
Meztisho Meztisho
I was so excited about this book, however there are no pictures I mean NONE?!? How do you know if it is suppose to look like that after you make it? My neighbor is from the islands, I loaned it to her and she was amazed with how they converted some of her favorite dishes into healthy ones. So I begged her to dog ear the recipes that she new would knock-your-socks-off if you will. I look forward to cooking something out of this book!
MEGA FREEDY MEGA FREEDY
Love the book am trying receipes so far so good I bought it actually because the authors name is my maiden name