Junior League of Greenville Cookbook - 300 Years South Carolina Cooking
Junior League of Greenville Cookbook - 300 Years of Carolina Cooking is a Tricentennial cookbook from the South Carolina organization. Favorite recipes passed down through generations make this a special cookbook with some traditional recipes from the past and some contemporary dishes from the present.
Format: Hardcover, 318 pages.
Copyright: 1974, First Edition, Fifth Printing
Publisher: The Junior League of Greenville, Inc.
Author: Members of The Junior League of Greenville, Carolina
Description: Junior League of Greenville Cookbook - 300 Years of Carolina Cooking - South Carolina's reputation for gracious living, charming manners and good food dates back to the early plantation days of the Colonial period and the delightful resort life of Upper South Carolina following the American Revolution. This Tricentennial cookbook, reminiscent of those early days yet usable in the new technological South, is a welcome addition to this year's publications. In this excellent cookbook, one will find not only the traditional recipes of the early days, such as red rice, creole shrimp, hopping john and scores of others but also up-to-date recipes for salads, canapes, soups, sauces, etc.
Condition: Good condition with worn cover cloth at edges.
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