Sharon Miller-Robinson

I am an Author, Freelancer. Blogger and an Affiliate Marketer for Amazon, Commission Junction and other companies. I was born in Jamaica in 1964. I am married with no children. I started writing ebooks as an hobby since 2014. Most of my ebooks are based on Jamaican cooking. I divided the foods that we cook in Jamaica into different parts, by incorporating them in their own ebooks. "Jamaican Meats and Jamaican Appetizers are coming soon! I love to write on various topics, which will educate my readers, so look out for other topics! Jamaican cuisine includes a mixture of cooking techniques, flavors, spices and influences from the indigenous people on the island of Jamaica, and the Spanish, British, Africans, Indian and Chinese who have inhabited the island. It is also influenced by the crops introduced into the island from tropical Southeast Asia. Jamaica's cuisine is well-known for being healthy as they have a low usage of red meat and, instead, cook with leaner meats, fish, beans and vegetables. Rastafarians, of course, have added their salt-free vegetarian I-tal cuisine to this healthy mix with its nutritional and medicinal value. And, if you've ever thought the meat dishes just taste better when you eat them in Jamaica, it's not your imagination! The chickens and pigs there have a specific diet so their meat has a unique and delicious flavor. We can also top off our meals with world-class Jamaican rums and Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee - among the best in the world. As recently as the 1950's and 60's, most Jamaican cooking was done outside in the open or in outside kitchens on charcoal stoves, covering pots with zinc sheets in the rain. This was "poor people cooking" at its finest and well-to-do people hired poor people to cook for them. In the late 60's, kerosene oil stoves came along but just didn't offer that wonderful charcoal flavor and did not fully catch on. The availability of propane cooking gas in the late 70's, however, was a huge hit and Jamaicans learned to like it. About this time, merchants started to pre-package and sell spice mixes and, today, Jamaicans do use some amount of pre-packaged food when cooking. Jamaicans living abroad who do not remember how to cook a Jamaican meal are my primary targets. Enjoy your Jamaican cooking again! All of these cookbooks has nutritious values. I also own my own website www.sharonsecretarialservices.info, on which you can read over 150 blogs on every topic, as well as shop on designer stores. if you need to know more about me, you can visit my website and I am on most social networks. You can find me on www.twitter.com, www.facebook.com. www.plus.google.com, www.Linkedin.com, www.Tumblr.com, www.delicious.com, www.stumbleupon.com, www.pinterest.com If you like or is interested in my ebooks, you can make purchase then place your reviews on www.askdavid.com, www.amazon.com, www.goodreads.com, www.librarything.com and www.shelfari.com. By doing this, you will encourage others to purchase these ebooks. Please email me at sharon-robinson50@hotmail.com to give me feedbacks on my ebooks, as well as after purchase, please share with your friends on social media. Incentive: If you purchase any of these Ebooks, I will give you a good review on any of your Ebook links! Email me the link at sharon-robinson50@hotmail.com
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