Charlottesville Collection Cookbook - Virginia
Charlottesville Collection Cookbook - Virginia offers you recipes featuring fruits, vegetables, and garden herbs. Inside you'll find many recipes with the flavors of the old South like peach cobbler, blackeyed peas, and cornmeal biscuits with ham.
Format: Hardcover with spiral binding, 215 pages.
Copyright: 1995, Second Printing.
Publisher: Featherstone and Brown.
Author: June Peterson Oakley.
Description: Charlottesville is a cultural center and scenic wonderland where fine dining and fine foods abound. From this region come some of the finest produce, herbs and wines in the country. Climate and rainfall provide the proper conditions for gardens to flourish. Frensh and salt water offer a variety of fresh seafood for cooking.
The Charlottesville Collection offers favorite basic dishes made modern by reducing fat and salt content where possible. Emphasis has been placed on salads, vegetables, pasta dishes, and seafood recipes. The introduction of foods from many cultures adds greater variety and new flavors in Virginia kitchens.
The recipes in The Charlottesville Collection are easy to prepare. Recipes have been selected for simplicity and wholesomeness of ingredients. The cookbook also shows you how to use herbs and even how to grow them.
The finest restaurants in the area have contributed recipes to be tried at home along with award winning recipes from the Albemarie County Fairs. Each recipes in the cookbook has been tested to assure success.
Condition: Good condition.
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