by Roy Finamore and Tina Rupp
by Marcus Samuelsson, Roy Finamore et al.
by Rick Moonen and Roy Finamore
Chef Marcus Samuelsson first fell in love with a version of this burger at a tiny fish shack in Barbados.
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February 26, 2015 Chef Marcus Samuelsson has a ritual whenever he travels to a new place — ask the cabdriver, "Where do you eat?" When he did that on a trip to Barbados, he fell in love with a fish sandwich.
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April 21, 2009 There's no reason not to eat well, even in tough economic times. Three cookbooks conjure deliciously simple dinners from the most ordinary of ingredients.
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May 27, 2008 Somehow, seafood always tastes better in the summer, and this book, says T. Susan Chang, is like "having your smart aunt in the kitchen, saving you from your own foolish, blundering self." Why not start with Key West Ceviche or center a meal on the Grilled Dorade with Hoisin Glaze?
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