If you’ve wondered why I haven’t posted recipes in a while, herein lies the answer — this cookbook!
The inspiration for this blog when I began writing over a year ago, is a little album with recipes that my mother gave me one Christmas. It contains all the old island recipes she’d collected through the years. Recipes from old islanders who were famous for making a particular dish in their day. It’s something that I cherish and I’ve always wanted to make it a cookbook from it to give as Christmas gifts too. I was basically thinking I would “kill two birds with one stone.” Preserve the recipes and take care of my Christmas shopping list.
Well, year after year I never found the time. Then, when the when I finally
“A cookbook isn’t the thing anymore. Everything is all digital! Pinterest! Blogs! Who reads books anymore?”
If any of you know me personally, you know that this is exactly what I would say. I’m the Mac addict, iPhone toting, and online-shopping princess in my family. A trait I inherited from my tech-savvy Father – the iPhone king.
To keep the story short. I chased the rabbit down the food-blogosphere-hole. And ended up on the other side with a — cookbook!
So here you have you have it. A cookbook authored and published by native Bay Islander — Pastries & Desserts of the Bay Islands.
In the cookbook you’ll find recipes like Corn Custard, Yuca Cake, Duff, and more!
You can find it on Amazon.com in print and of course digital too!
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