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Ships of the Great Lakes Cookbook: Discover Their Culinary Legends Paperback – June 15, 2001
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"The best historical write-up on the Huron Lightship I have seen in print. A beautiful publication." -- Huron Lightship, 2001
"We are very impressed with your book. You did a lot of research." -- S.S. Keewatin, July 2001
"What a wonderful collection of recipes from the Great Lakes. Great reading too!" -- M.V. Canadian Miner
About the Author
Paula McKenna and Jack Bodis have researched and written regional historical cookbooks.
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The book opens with facts about each of the Great Lakes.
Chapters include  Introduction to Tall Ships  Introduction to Freighters  Introduction to Coast Guard  Introduction to Passenger Vessels  Introduction to Retired Ships  Introduction to Special Faces of the Great Lakes.
And what are tall ships? Tall ships can be schooners, brigantines, barquentines, brigs, sloops, or a barque like The United States Coast Guard's flagship EAGLE. You will enjoy the stories about each ship [pictured and dimensions given], as well as enjoy trying the recipes.