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Cuban Flavor - Exploring the Island's Unique Places People and Cuisine - cover

Cuban Flavor - Exploring the Island's Unique Places People and Cuisine

Liza Gershman

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Hot topic: Cuba has opened up to American tourists for the first time since 1963, information on its culture is being devoured.



On-the-ground experience: The author will be traveling through Cuba, meeting and breaking bread with the country’s remarkable chefs. The book couple’s the chefs’ recipes with photos of them and their paladars.



Visually stunning: This is a lush, oversize volume. Images of Cuba will run full-bleed alongside photos of the chefs, their paladars, finished dishes, ingredients, and prep shots.

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