Treasured Alabama Recipes Cookbook
Treasured Alabama Recipes Cookbook is a vintage cookbook favorite with southern recipes from around the state. If you love southern cuisine, this is a cookbook find you'll want to keep in your kitchen for years to come.
Format: Softcover with spiral binding, 115 pages (pages flip top to bottom).
Copyright: 1979, Ninth Printing (1967).
Publisher: The Strode Publishers.
Author: Kathryn Tucker Windham.
Description: The Treasured Alabama Recipes cookbook was original published in 1967. It is a wonderful cookbook with so many special dishes. We spot Apricot Corn Bread, River Forks Pecan Pie, Ham Fritters, Cream of Peanut Soup, Guntersville Giblets Rice, Sand Mountain Squash Souffle, and so many more wonderful recipes for you to try at home.
- Have a bowl of crab gumbo down where the Gulf tosses its waves against Alabama's white beaches.
- Dribble butter sauce over fresh-water fish caught where the Tennessee River dips down into the state.
- Heap a plate with barbecue at a political rally in the Black Belt.
- Feast on a supper of broiled quail and hot grits with gravy in the Pine Belt.
- Help yourself to rich chicken pie at a dinner-on-the-grounds in the Appalachian foothills.
- Bite into a thick slice of country cured ham doused with red-eye gravy in the Winegrass.
Wherever you are, take two (biscuits, that is) and butter them while they're hot. You'll be eating Alabama Style!
Condition: Cover has some dirt spots. Interior good condition.
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