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Wendy Rahamut

Editor In Chief

Caribbean Gourmet Limited

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Caribbean Gourmet Limited

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www.caribbeangourmet-tt.com

Find the answers to questions submitted to Wendy. Each board is moderated by Wendy Rahamut.


www.macmillan-caribbean.com [cached]

Wendy Rahamut
Modern Caribbean Cuisine is an extension of Wendy Rahamut's first Caribbean cookbook Caribbean Flavors. About the author In addition to being a cookbook author, freelance food consultant, and food stylist, Wendy Rahamut is also the weekly food writer for the Trinidad Guardian newspaper, she owns and operates the Wendy Rahamut School of Cooking, she has been the host of her long standing weekly television cooking show entitled, Caribbean Flavors since 1998 and has appeared on TFN's (The Food Network, USA) Planet Food "Caribbean Episode". She is the Editor-in-Chief of Caribbean Gourmet magazine, a quarterly


www.macmillan-caribbean.com [cached]

Wendy Rahamut
cooks, Wendy Rahamut says: "We do not really cook from recipes, as such. Many cooks prepare recipes handed down from generations, and these are embedded in the memories of each cook. Realising that globalisation and foreign influences could dilute her country's local cuisine, Wendy's latest culinary offering Curry, Callaloo and Calypso: The Real Taste of Trinidad & Tobago showcases her country's indigenous foods by way of old and new recipes for present and future generations. In addition to being a cookbook author, freelance food consultant, and food stylist, Wendy Rahamut is also the weekly food writer for the Trinidad Guardian newspaper, she owns and operates the Wendy Rahamut School of Cooking, she has been the host of her long standing weekly television cooking show entitled, Caribbean Flavors since 1998 and has appeared on TFN's (The Food Network, USA) Planet Food "Caribbean Episode". She is the Editor-in-Chief of Caribbean Gourmet magazine, a quarterly


www.naparimagirlscookbook.com [cached]

In addition to being a cookbook author, freelance food consultant, and food stylist, Wendy Rahamut is also the weekly food writer for the Trinidad Guardian newspaper, she owns and operates the Wendy Rahamut School of Cooking, she has been the host of her long standing weekly television cooking show entitled, Caribbean Flavors since 1998 and has appeared on TFN's (The Food Network, USA) Planet Food "Caribbean Episode".
She is the Editor-in-Chief of Caribbean Gourmet magazine, a quarterly Caribbean food and lifestyle publication. In this collection, Wendy Rahamut emphasizes the importance of using indigenous ingredients to create a "fresher, tastier, spicy and delicious cuisine.


www.caribbeangourmet-tt.com

In her introduction to her new cookbook, Wendy likens the colourful blends of the Caribbean dishes to the breath-taking scenery which surrounds us ... SCHOOL OF COOKINGNext Course: ChineseClasses are conducted demonstration style in this Caribbean kitchen, Wendy does all the preparation and cooking herself, all you need to do is love to cook ... CG Editor-in-Chief: Wendy RahamutABOUT WENDY After completing her business degree in Canada and spending some ten years in the corporate world, Wendy decided to make her lifelong passion for food and cooking her career. » more


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