The Original Jamaican Mannish Water Soup Recipe

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The Original Jamaican Mannish Water Soup Recipe, is a century old recipe handed down by my Great Grandmother. Nothing compares to our recipe! The original RECIPE is outlined in the pages of this book. It is simplified and easy to follow. Anyone should be able to create this delicious soup.
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Booktango
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Published on
Mar 7, 2013
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Pages
40
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ISBN
9781468925609
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Courses & Dishes / Soups & Stews
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / Caribbean & West Indian
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / General
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