Nassau, Bahamas: A King Conch International Publication, 1979. First Edition, First Printing. Stapled Wraps.
SIGNED with an inscription by the author.
Stapled pictorial wrapsThe books has been used with the cover showing handling with a word written in ink on the side of the title. Wraps separated from textblock. 8.5 inches tall; illustrated with photos of the author at events in the Bahamas; 103 pages followed by an index.
Good / No Dust Jacket Issued. Item #15344
The Bahamas has a great tradition of delicious local dishes, featuring ingredients like guava, rock lobster and conch. Bahamian cuisine is influenced by the dishes and cooking style of the American South, which is evident in the side dishes and seasoning used. Grits are common, as is a considerable amount of spice. There are some elements of Bahamian cuisine that are similar to cuisine throughout the Caribbean.