Written by two West Indians from different islands, with different ethnic origins, different fields of work and different backgrounds, this cookery book includes recipes drawn from the wide range of the cultures which make up the Caribbean.
Errol Barrow was a politician, a black Barbadian who in the course of a distinguished political career was Prime Minister of Barbados from 1961 to 1976 and from 1986 to his death in 1987. Doctor Kendal Lee, of Chinese origin, was from Trinidad, a man of many cultured interests. Sadly, he also died only a few weeks after Errol Barrow. This book stands as a legacy of their wish to share their love of the rich diversity of good recipes from the Caribbean with others.