Mom's Caribbean and Americas Soulfood Cooking for Excellent Health and a Long Life by Paul Alfred Barton
(Caribbean and American Soul Food)

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"“Mom’s Caribbean and Americas Soulfood Cooking for Excellent Health and a Long Life,” is a powerpack of delicious recipes.  These recipes include a wide variety of dishes that include a wide variety of vegetables, meats, fish, poultry, drinks salads, pies more.
 
The book brings to the forefront the point that in order to create dishes that help to promote good nutrition, good health and a long productive life, simply eating is not and will not be enough.  In fact, the tradition in the Caribbean and Soulfood style of cooking is that ingredients that help keep the body healthy and the taking of a limited yet properly balanced meal with the proper spices, vegetables, legumes, meats help to extend life and keep the body trim and active.
 
The reader of this book must know that this book emphasizes that when there is already fats in a dish or recipe, (eg. meats, poultry) it is not necessary to add more.  These recipes help reduce fat intake and keep a standard weight if less food is eaten and intake is controlled."
 

About Paul Alfred Barton

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Barton is a direct descendant of Gyorgis, an Ethiopian Lady of royal background who migrated from Gondar, Ethiopia to the Caribbean during the 1830's. He is also the descendant of a Black Carib great grandfather. The Garifunas are the descendants of ancient African merchants and mariners who had established trading relations with the Americas, hundreds of years before Christ. Paul is a graduate of Fresno Pacific University with a Bachelor degree in business management. He is a prolific writer and specializes in ancient African history, World Black history and culture and epic novels dealing with the exploits of ancient African royalty and adventurers with a mixture of fact and fiction.
 
Published October 20, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 124 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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