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Barbados Bun Bun: My Culinary Adventure (Volumes 1 and 2)

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Barbados Bun Bun: My Culinary Adventure (Volumes 1 and 2 Collection)

Bu’n-Bu’n pronounced ‘bunbun’ is an old Barbadian colloquialism for the layer of coagulated goodness and/or sweetness stuck to the bottom of the pot after cooking, usually kept back for the culinary delight of special family members or guests.

This set of two volumes by the famous Caribbean chef Rosemary Parkinson comes in a boxed set and is filled with beautiful colour photography of the island and its culinary produce.

Parkinson takes us on her culinary adventure with her prose and stories gathered from local people

Starts with the history of the island, local stories, regional delicacies, festivals including Christmas and Easter. It then takes us on a culinary ride from parish to parish gathering the best recipes from the area as well as residents’ specialities.

Recipes including Bajan salt bread, rack of lamb with chocolate mint sauce, yam frizzled pie and rum omelette are just a small taste of what this immense book has to offer

This is not only a cookbook. It is a cultural guide to Barbados.

Winner of Gourmand's World Cookbook Awards:
For Barbados: Best Photography, Best Design, Best Historic Recipes, Best Self-Published Book (2014)
Internationally: Gold - Best Self-Published Book in the World (China 2015)

Format: Hardcover in Collector Sleeve

Special Price $154.95 Regular Price $199.95
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Barbados Bun Bun: My Culinary Adventure (Volumes 1 and 2 Collection)

Bu’n-Bu’n pronounced ‘bunbun’ is an old Barbadian colloquialism for the layer of coagulated goodness and/or sweetness stuck to the bottom of the pot after cooking, usually kept back for the culinary delight of special family members or guests.

This set of two volumes by the famous Caribbean chef Rosemary Parkinson comes in a boxed set and is filled with beautiful colour photography of the island and its culinary produce.

Parkinson takes us on her culinary adventure with her prose and stories gathered from local people

Starts with the history of the island, local stories, regional delicacies, festivals including Christmas and Easter. It then takes us on a culinary ride from parish to parish gathering the best recipes from the area as well as residents’ specialities.

Recipes including Bajan salt bread, rack of lamb with chocolate mint sauce, yam frizzled pie and rum omelette are just a small taste of what this immense book has to offer

This is not only a cookbook. It is a cultural guide to Barbados.

Winner of Gourmand's World Cookbook Awards:
For Barbados: Best Photography, Best Design, Best Historic Recipes, Best Self-Published Book (2014)
Internationally: Gold - Best Self-Published Book in the World (China 2015)

Format: Hardcover in Collector Sleeve