(PRWEB) January 23, 2009
Inniss-Boston learned as a child to develop a healthy respect for meal preparation. Growing up in a home with her Mom and Dad and eight brothers and sisters, she soon found out that everyone in the family had a role to play in the kitchen. Three meals a day, seven days a week -- that's a big job for a big family.
It's no surprise that in her adult life, Inniss-Boston again finds herself in the kitchen preparing delicious meals -- and now, she's become an author, passing along her culinary skills and knowledge to her readers. Inniss-Boston's latest work, entitled B.I.B Soups, Rice and Salad Cook Book, is a true palate-pleaser, designed for anyone who enjoys meal preparation -- novice and experienced cooks alike.
The dishes in B.I.B Soups, Rice and Salad Cook Book are simple, quick and easy to prepare -- a perfect recipe for today's hurried parents and their active families. The author works wonders in the kitchen, demonstrating how even an inexperienced home cook can do the same. Her soups, especially her Caribbean-styled soups, such as West Indian kidney bean, black-eyed pea, vegetable and chicken noodle, are remarkable for their taste and texture.
Her salads, particularly those that include exotic fruits, are downright delicious. Tossed salad with mango and pineapple is a standout. Her all-fruit salad, which includes pineapple, mango, kiwi fruit, papaya, oranges, bananas and strawberries, is out of this world.
Her "superior fruit salad" has to be tasted to be believed -- there are 15 different types of fruits included in her recipe, ranging from kiwi fruit to cantaloupe. And guess what? It's a breeze to make.
That's what makes B.I.B Soups, Rice and Salad Cook Book such a treat -- great food, great recipes and all-round great taste. This book will be right at home in the family kitchen.
B.I.B Soups, Rice and Salad Cook Book
By Brenda Inniss-Boston