Some attribute Rhode Islandersa fascination with food to the state's ethnic mix: Italians who have an inherent love of food; French and Portuguese descendents, whose ancestral recipes are a part of the fabric of Rhode Islandas cuisine; and the Native Americans who were the first to use the bounty of the sea and land. In the second edition of The Providence a Rhode Island Cookbook, author Linda Beaulieu shares more recipes from talented chefs, family, and friends. With more than 200 recipes and engaging sidebars this book celebrates the dishes and culinary terms that are unique to Rhode Island.Iced Cappuccino This sweet and frosty drink is a bit expensive at the local coffee shop. ... 6 teaspoons sugar 1a2 cup milk or half-and-half 6 ice cubes 1a4 cup coffee syrup (see recipe on page 266) In a blender, ... Blend. Then add the ice and crush it until no large chunks are present. Add the coffee syrup. Mix well. Pour intoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Providence & Rhode Island Cookbook|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2012-12-18|