Charleston Naval Base Dining in Quarters A Cookbook - Signed
This signed Charleston Naval Base Dining in Quarters A cookbook contains recipes from friends, relatives and Navy wives of Charleston's Naval Base, as well as newspaper contributions. The cookbook received glowing reviews online and has been referred by several cooks as their go-to recipe book.
Format: Hardcover spiral bound, 234 pages
Publisher: Gateway Publications, Inc.
Author: Donna L. Kaup
Description: Quarters A exemplifies the best of southern living. While the Charleston Naval Base has grown and changed complexion over the years, Quarters A, with its four tall white columns, towering oaks, and sweeping views of the Cooper River and marshlands beyond, has retained the graciousness and charm that is so much a part of the Lowcountry.
"Dining-in" is derived from a Viking tradition of celebrating great battles and heroic feats at a formal banquet.
The military adopted this tradition when the officers' mess was established, and it became known as "dining-in."
Over 25 years in the making, this book weds Norwegian heritage to an extended family of Navy wives whose friendship, support, and networking helped create Dining in Quarters A.
Condition: Bookboards and interior pages are in good condition. Page 84 and page 233 (bottom edge) are creased.
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