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.
In the first comprehensive study of the relations between Haiti and black America from the colonial period to the present, Leon Pamphile shows how historical ties between these two communities of the African diaspora have affected their respective histori
A history of continuity and change in Florida's state prison system between 1910 and 1957, exploring conditions at the state prison farm at Raiford (the third largest prison farm in the South at this time) as well as in the chain gangs and road prisons.