Bayou Cuisine Cookbook St. Stephens Church Indianola, MS
Bayou Cuisine from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Indianola, Mississippi presents recipes from the Indian Bayou banks. Recipes looks absolutely amazing ... one delicious dish after the next. The cookbook is divided into chapters by region/cuisine including Indian, Spanish, French, English, Mississippi Territory, Ante Bellum, and more. Recipes like Corn Pudding, Sweet Potato Pie, Egg Ring "Cheairs," Southern Barbecued Chicken, Bunuelos (Mexican Fritters), Grand Marnier Souffle, Blackberry Cordial and Mother's Molasses Pie are some of the standout dishes inside. This is simply one of the best community recipe books we have seen!
Format: Softcover spiral bound, 415 pages
Copyright: 1979, 6th Printing
Publisher: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
Author: Members of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Indianola, Mississippi
Description: The art of good cookery in the Indian Bayou's banks flourished of good eating and boasted of cooks and hostesses extraordinaire. Recipes were handed down to each new generation along with family heirlooms, and for the cause of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, these secrets are now being shared through this Bayou Cuisine cookbook.
Condition: Good condition. Really great condition both inside and out.
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