Captain Bucko's Galley Slave Cookbook

Fascinating Facts, Sea Stories,
& 100+ Famous Recipes From
Worldwide Ports Of Call

by Roger Paul Huff



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/24/2007

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 188
ISBN : 9780595888658
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 188
ISBN : 9780595445370

About the Book


Are You Tired Of Reading "Landlubber's Cookbooks" About Maude's Meatloaf, Green Bean Casseroles, & Jell-O Molds?

Do You Know The Stories Behind Chowder, Salad, Real Mai Tais, Jambalaya, Hush Puppies, Key Lime Pie, & Mojitos?

Would You Like To Serve Some Authentic Dishes From Worldwide Ports-Of-Call At Your Next Boarding Party?

Captain Bucko's Galley Slave Cookbook should be in the sea bag of every "galley slave" from Finland to Fiji. It contains signature recipes from Ancient Rome, Greece, Portugal, Madagascar, the British Isles, Colonial America and New England, the Deep South, the Caribbean, New Orleans and Cajun Country, the Great Lakes, Latin America, famous river towns, Lake Tahoe, the West Coast, Alaska, the Philippines, and Polynesia; as well as some original recipes from the so-called "Golden Age Of Piracy." But it's also fascinating and entertaining to read the stories behind these dishes, from bordello breakfasts to boiled leather satchels.

About the Author

Roger has operated a wide variety of watercraft upon oceans, lakes, rivers, bayous, and ponds around the world. After being raised on the Mississippi, careers in oceanography, meteorology, and information technology took him from the Mediterranean to Micronesia. In 2002, he founded Write Aweigh, and this book reflects over a half century of boating, writing, and eating experience.

Bon Appetit!