And a kinda DIY manual.
And a kinda, well...
"Cooking Aboard..." is what I call a "Start from stupid" book. The author assumes that you know nothing, and aims to teach you everything.
*edit: I contacted Capt'n Pauley with a link to this review. He kindly replied
"Just to be clear, all the recipes were tested, tried and true on Ternabout. I originally had many more pictures of food in the book. However, the cost of a Lulu book is dependent on the binding and number of pages. I knew I wanted the spiral binding even though it is the most expensive binding type. I also wanted as many pictures as I could get in and keep the price of the finished book attractive. Rather than remove pictures of some of the more important features, I removed food type pictures until I got to the price point I was comfortable with."
Thanks, Capt'n for the clarification.