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Jamaican Culture to be Highlighted at Orlando Book Exhibit

April 4, 2013

Author’s culinary masterpiece features Jamaican home-style cooking

SUNRISE, Fla., April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — In this year’s Florida Library Association Book Fair, author Enid Clarke Watson introduces a table of delightful Jamaican home-cooked cuisines featuring Jamaica’s favorite recipes. Everyone is invited to enjoy the beauty and rich culture of Jamaica as Enid’s Homestyle Authentic Jamaican Cuisine gets exhibited in Orlando, Florida on May 1-3, 2013.

Jamaica’s coveted culture is featured in this cookbook of Jamaica’s favorite recipes, which are thoroughly tested and prepared step by step. The ingredients used can easily be found in any food store and these dishes can be enjoyed regardless of one’s ethnic background.

The author indulges readers to a completion of authentic and flavorful Jamaican recipes, from the aroma of tasty Jamaican patties wafting through the air, to the savory jerked pork or jerked fish. Each recipe is presented with creativity, elegance and flair. In this culinary guide, the author passes her cooking techniques in a clear and concise manner. This covers almost everything that originated in the kitchens of Jamaica. Menus for various occasions and a glossary of cooking terms are also enclosed in this culinary offering.

This book is available online and can be purchased at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.

About the Author
Enid Clarke Gaynor was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and attended Alpha Kindergarten School at the age of five. At age eight, she attended Alpha Academy High School and successfully passed the Senior Cambridge Examination. After graduating, she attended a secretarial school and was later employed at the Gleaner Company as a stenographer. After a few years, she resigned and migrated to London, England where she later married and raised a family. She was employed as a stenographer in London with Western Union Telegraph Company and was later sponsored to the United States. Western Union employed her as a confidential secretary to the Vice President of Operations, at the Downtown Manhattan Office, where she worked for 19 years. In 1986, her husband was ready to retire and they decided to relocate to Florida. She applied to Broward County Governmental Center and was employed as a secretary in the Engineering Department, where she worked for 15 years. She retired in 2004.

Enid’s Home-style Authentic Jamaican Cuisine by Enid Clarke Watson
Publication Date: 7/31/2012
Paperback: $81.99; 146 pages; ISBN 9781469165943

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