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Meet the brothers who have turned grandma's Caribbean recipes into a cookbook

They didn’t have formal training. (Subscribe:

But Shaun and Craig McAnuff did have their gran’s recipes – brought with her when she arrived in the UK as part of the Windrush generation.

Four years ago, the brothers self-published a Caribbean cookery book, inspired by the old family favourites.

It became a bestseller, landing them a publishing deal.

But why is it so hard for Caribbean chefs to make it to the top in British cuisine?

Our reporter Jordan Jarrett-Bryan went to meet them.
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    WOW big deal!

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    If a pregnant Woman go swimming she is basically a human submarine

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    Well done for writing ?!

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    Its so hard for Caribbean chefs in the UK because Caribbean Food is pretty rubbish, oh thats racist! We prefer Indian or Chinese, oh wait but your racist for not liking Black food.

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    looks good. ill check out the book

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    What an awesome idea! 👍

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    sweet-girls.online

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    Why don't you have a story about two wh1te brothers doing regional cooking? Why must everyone be of foreign heritage in your leftist propaganda? Why is the left so obsessed with race? Pathetic rubbish.

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    Jamaican pride all over,is a wonderful feeling!

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