Savannah Cook Book

The Savannah Cook Book packs a punch with a collection of recipes from Colonial Kitchens, in the Georgia Society of Colonial Dames House. This is sweet little softcover is copyrighted 1933, however it is a later printing likely from the 60s or later. 

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Format: Softcover spiral bound, 186 pages 

Copyright: 1933 (later printing) 

Publisher: J.J. Little and Ives Company, New York 

Author: Harriet Ross Colquitt 

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Description: The Savannah Cook Book is a collection of old fashioned receipts or recipes from colonial kitchens. Colonial Kitchens had many requests for recipes for rice dishes, and for shrimp and crab concoctions which are peculiar to their locality in the basement of the Colonial Dames House, the home of the Georgia Society of Colonial Dames of America, on Lafayette Square in Savannah. Opened in 1928, the Colonial Kitchens was known for its old fashioned food. Inside this cookbook are the receipts or recipes from the Kitchens.  

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Condition: Cover has some spots. Interior pages have some pencil erasures and spots. Further in good condition with no tears.  

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