Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Caribbean Food Made Easy

According Thewrap.com, "Scripps Networks Interactive will launch the Cooking Channel on May 31, with a lineup of younger-skewing shows than sibling Food Network."

I checked out the list and found these BBC imports:

Caribbean Food Made Easy
Premieres: August

Levi Roots travels around the United Kingdom and the Caribbean revealing how delicious Caribbean food can be created at home with easy-to-prepare, mouth-watering recipes using fresh, healthy and readily-available ingredients.

Indian Food Made Easy
Premieres: May 31
Chef and food writer Anjum Anand brings a lighter, fresher approach to classic Indian dishes, making simple, mouth-watering meals. Anjum helps friends and viewers overcome their fears of planning, preparing and making Indian food by guiding them through shopping and dispelling the myths around Indian cuisine.

I am disappointed however by lack of Hispanic cuisine represented. The Caribbean show seems to be more Jamaican/West Indies-type dishes.

1 comment:

  1. Hey...do you know of any Caribbean chefs in the area? I'm looking for a good source of caribbean foods and/or culture experts within the NYC area.

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