It's Better in the Bahamas...there is a reason that's the mantra for these little Caribbean gems. It takes all day to get to Eleuthera, but it is worth the flying time. Cooking in this tiny remote island can be a massive challenge. Being limited to the products that come off the boat from Nassau two times a week is brutal when expected to produce multiple decent, healthy meals. Access to fresh seafood is not as plentiful as one would think, unless you are an experienced diver or fisherman and have a boat on hand. Patience is a virtue is an understatement if you want to get the fresh catch of the day as you're limited to waiting at the usual spots to see if any fisherman appear late afternoon with whatever they may have caught so you can barter for the catch. If you score lobster or crab, you are golden for a fantastic dinner presentation. When RoadChef-ing in the Bahamas you may have to resort to discretely packing your carry-on with living herbs, truffle butter and spice travel tubes knowing there's not a chance in hell you'll have access to them once you land on the island. If you get lucky, this is island dining at it's finest.