Set of three books includes Mountain Made: A Complete Guide to Haitian Cooking including Creole, French, Modern, famous and fun recipes compiled by Amy Wolff. G& R Publishing Company, no date. Softcover, spiral-bound. Not illustrated. 123 pages. A Taste of Haiti by Mirta Yurnet-Thomas. Hippocrene Books, 2002. Hardcover with dust jacket. Not illustrated. 196 pages, and Fine Haitian Cuisine by Mona Cassion Menager. Educa Vision, 2005. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Not illustrated. 447 pages.
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