Nassau Bahamas (PRWEB) October 18, 2007
Recently,' Dis We Style' in conjunction with recipesfrombahamas.com developed an e-Cookbook filled with some of the most delicious and authentic Bahamian Soul Food Recipes available. Millions of people travel to the islands of the Bahamas every year and return home longing for a way to experience some of those scrumptious Bahamian dishes and relive that memorable vacation. Many purchase cookbooks in airports, bookstore or online only to discover that they have followed the recipe to the letter, but it did not come out like it should. The reasons for this experience can range from missing ingredients to a special preparation technique being omitted and now the meal is ruined. "From our own experience we have discovered that many of these cookbooks were not even written by Bahamians and that's wrong, so we had to do something about it," said Nicole Farrington, Author of "Dis We Style' and CEO of recipesfrombahamas.com.
Nicole A Farrington is a hospitality professional and trainer with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Hospitality Management from Florida International University. She along with her husband Jamiane T. Farrington, an SEO Specialist reside on the island of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas and are the founders and developers of the website recipesfrombahamas.com. The couple designed the website and e-Cook book to share with the world the flavors and culture of the Bahama Islands through authentic Bahamian Soul Food recipes.
What makes recipesfrombahamas.com the number one choice for Bahamian and Caribbean Soul Food recipes is the combination of Nicole's professional culinary training and down home Bahamian experience along with the mentorship received from great cooks around the Bahama Islands. She has also committed to ensuring that thorough testing and retesting of recipes are done so that all the necessary ingredients are in the recipes and for a little spice Nicole has included folk tales, historical notes and cooking tips to a number of the recipes. The recipes are not just designed to provide preparation instruction, but to create a Bahamian or Caribbean dining experience.
'Dis We Style' can be found along with many other exciting features on the recipesfrombahamas.com website. These include a weekly email update called 'Chef's Corner' which showcases various cooking equipments and specialty food items. "Coming soon will be a variety of specialty Bahamian ingredients like our Pigeon Peas or Red beans and coconut milk, " says Nicole. "Our plan is to continually expose cooks and chef's around the world to the various aspects of Bahamian cooking."
With thousands of recipe websites out there recipesfrombahamas.com is the premiere site for Soul Food recipes from the Bahamas by a Bahamian.