Dining in the Historic South: A Restaurant Guide With Recipes
Dining in the Historic South cookbook is a combination restaurant guide and recipe book. This cookbook journeys through ten southern states to bring you the best recipes from historic restaurants, taverns, tea rooms, and other dining establishments.
Format: Hardcover, 220 pages.
Publisher: McClanahan Publishing House
Author: Marty Godbey
Description: Legendary Southern hospitality, based on generosity of spirit, bountiful foodstuffs, and a diverse regional cuisine, can be found in many of the South's most interesting historic structures.
Mansions and cottages, schools and churches, train stations and warehouses, 18th-century taverns and golden-era hotels are now restaurants that provide a little Southern history with each meal.
Whatever your taste in architecture or culinary style, there's something to tempt your palate in the Dining in the Historic South cookbook.
If you hunger for traditional Southern fare, try Ann's Peanut Butter Pie, Barbecued Shrimp, Kentucky Bibb Lettuce with Hot Bacon Dressing, or Southern Sweet Potato Pone.
Sample the contemporary flavors of Cream of Shiitake Soup, Scallops on Linguine with Red Pepper-Caper sauce, Eggplant and Crab Medallion, or Oyster Mushroom Terrine.
New treatments of local products include Honey Bourbon Chicken, Grilled Shrimp and Cherry Tomatoes with Peanut Sauce, Black-eyed Pea Soup with Collard Greens, and Bran Scones. Your sweet tooth will love Chocolate Roulage, Butterfinger Pie, Spanish Caramel Flan, Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce, and Bittersweet Chocolate Terrine.
Exciting recipes join stories from Southern history, with all the information you'll need for cooking, armchair travel, or planning a trip around Dining in the Historic South.
Condition: Good condition.
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