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The Tropic of Cracker
Al Burt
Pubdate: 3/1/2009

Miami Herald columnist Al Burt's tribute to "Crackers," or lovers of "The Real Florida" : Zora N. Hurston, MK Rawlings, Virgil Hawkins, John DeGrove, Harry Crews, & lots of everyday folks who have in common their memory of Florida as a wild, rare place.
Cloth: $24.95
Paper: $19.95
Tampa on My Mind
Edited by Kimberly Williams, Gregory Thomas, Ronald Williams and Cheryl Borman
Pubdate: 1/4/2009

Cloth: $34.95
A Brief Guide to Florida's Monuments and Memorials
Roberta Sandler
Pubdate: 9/21/2008

Paper: $21.95
Sandspurs: Notes from a Coastal Columnist
Mark Lane
Pubdate: 9/7/2008

Cloth: $24.95
Football Food
Kellie Lawless and Maili Brocke
Pubdate: 9/7/2008

Paper: $24.95
Nino Pernetti's Caffè Abbracci Cookbook: His Life Story and Travels around the World
Nino Pernetti, Ferdie Pacheco, and Luisita Sevilla Pacheco
Pubdate: 5/11/2008

Cloth: $40.00
The American Beach Cookbook
Marsha Dean Phelts
Pubdate: 3/30/2008

Paper: $19.95
Weeki Wachee, City of Mermaids: A History of One of Florida's Oldest Roadside Attractions
Lu Vickers
Pubdate: 5/27/2007

This photo-rich book takes readers on a nostalgic trip through this enchanted spring for a unique snapshot of Florida’s tourism heritage. With 97 color photos and 123 b&w photos.
Cloth: $34.95
Highway A1A: Florida at the Edge
Herbert L. Hiller
Pubdate: 9/14/2005

The story of Florida’s Highway A1A--the 500 miles between Fernandina Beach and Key West--and its crucial role in both the historic settlement and the future of a state adapting to 21st century demands. 39 b&w photos, 13 maps, travel guide listings.
Paper: $24.95
The Habana Café Cookbook
Josefa Gonzalez-Hastings
Pubdate: 6/30/2004

Author is head chef and owner of the Habana Café in Gulfport, Florida. Originally from Cuba, she came to Florida with her parents in 1966. Family recipies are the base for a creative fusion of traditional Cuban foods with modern dishes.
Paper: $19.95
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