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Trinidad & Tobago: Sylvia Hunt's Legacy

“Even as a young child I was attracted to her warm, charismatic persona and soothing voice. She had a way of making every dish seem undaunting, approachable, and effortless. Unfortunately no reruns of her shows appear, nor do any substantial photos or citations exist online. A shameful gap in our indigenous media and culinary heritage”: TriniGourmet.com blogs about Sylvia Hunt, “the Julia Child of Trinidad.”

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