Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Kali the Food Goddess: another 5* review


Kali Amanda Browne has been posting food essays and recipes on my website for years now, building a devoted readership and adding immeasurable fun to the proceedings. She's a witty, literate writer with a sharp eye for nuance and detail and those qualities shine through in every essay in Kali, The Food Goddess: A Compilation of Delightful Recipes and Memories of Food.

And the recipes? Wonderful multicultural offerings (should I say "fusion"?) that blend all that's best about Caribbean/American/Spanish/Chinese/Middle Eastern cuisines. She's a global culinary force to be reckoned with, one of those rare cooks who combine art and practicality in their creations. Do yourself a favor and give this cookbook a try, if only for the wonderful story about the Chinese influence in Puerto Rico and the recipe for stuffed peppers. Trust me. You won't be disappointed!

You can buy your own e-copy here.

1 Comments:

Blogger Pat Cochran said...

Thanks for sharing, Barbara!

Kali's book sounds wonderful and
I love recipe books, in fact, I
collect them. I'll have to add
it to my TBR list.

May 18, 2011 at 11:50 AM  

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