Creole Kitchen: Sunshine Flavours From the Caribbean

Creole Kitchen

Creole Kitchen is an original collection of recipes from the French Caribbean. Creole food is one of the first fusion foods, drawing in influences from years of trading history and mixing cultures on the islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique. This sunshine-filled book features 100 recipes from Prawns Colombo to Creole Cassoulet, from Coconut Slaw to Saltfish Boudins, from Flambé Bananas to Pineapple Fritters and delicious rum-laced punch and cocktails. This is food to truly make the mouth water and bear you away to a Caribbean paradise. Drawing inspiration from her childhood kitchen, the bright and engaging author, Vanessa, is on a mission to spread the love, sunshine and laughter that Caribbean Creole food brings. The recipes are both delicious and easy to make, and Vanessa offers substitution ideas for traditional Caribbean ingredients, although they are increasingly available in supermarkets and grocers everywhere. A cookbook for anyone with a sense of adventure who longs for sunshine flavors.

Reviews

“Coming from the French Caribbean myself I could never imagine a day needing such book. Guess what I was so wrong! It is full of tips, revisited staples but also traditional one too!
Can wait to show off at diner parties. I will definitely get a copy for my sister or even my mum, THE cook.” by Thai

I feel very honored to have been chosen to review this book… I have never tried Creole food before but boy I am going to try some of these recipes. The flavors look and sound divine.” by Tracey

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About the Author

VanessaBolosier

Born in Guadeloupe, Vanessa Bolosier is half-Guadeloupian and half-Martiniquan. She moved to France when she was 17 and worked as a fashion model while studying marketing and publishing. On moving to London she decided to quit her job in publishing for her true love food. In 2011 she founded Carib Gourmet, a company specializing in luxury Caribbean food and confectionery, winning a Great Taste Award for her Coco Gourmand coconut sweets. She also runs a cookery school and supper club of the same name. Her recipes have been featured in the Guardian.

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