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Charleston Receipts

Charleston Receipts Charleston Receipts was first published in and is the oldest Junior League cookbook still in print It contains recipes Gullah verses and sketches by Charleston artists This classic cookbook

  • Title: Charleston Receipts
  • Author: Junior League of Charleston
  • ISBN: 9780960785421
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Spiral-bound
  • Charleston Receipts was first published in 1950 and is the oldest Junior League cookbook still in print It contains 750 recipes, Gullah verses, and sketches by Charleston artists This classic cookbook is a must have for any collector Inducted into the McIlhenny Hall of Fame, an award given for book sales that exceed 100,000 copies

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    1. This cookbook, published by the Junior League of Charleston in 1950, is a gem. There are more than 700 recipes and it's fascinating reading. Unfortunately my husband would prefer that I stop reading it and get into the kitchen and make something for dinner. A must for cookbook collectors.


    2. A classic of Low Country cooking. As the daughter of a Charlestonian, I grew up on dishes from Receipts. A few of my favorites are macaroni pie, shrimp paste, cheese wafers and red rice. Its Lady Baltimore cake was the cake I preferred for my birthday cake, which is not to say I always got it. I actually have two copies of the book One is a first edition which my grandmother used then gave to my mother when she bought a new copy, and which my mother gave to me when she bought a new copy. Needles [...]


    3. I have had a copy of this on my cookbook shelf since shortly after it was published, and it remains a favorite. Having lived in Charleston for many years in my youth, it takes me back there. my grandmother's kitchen to Market Street. Some of the recipes have survived from colonial days in the original dialect, which only adds to the charm.


    4. A "must have" for any lowcountry southern lady. Typical Junior League cook book, with a great blend of everyday recipes as well as party fare & delicious sweets. And the coastal seafood recipes are wonderful. What's special about this book though are the original Gullah recipes written in their native language. It's truly an historical account of lowcountry South Carolina food.



    5. Haven't tried the foods yet, so can't really rate this, but I feel the need to note that this includes several recipes for "cooter" (because my sense of humor apparently never matured beyond middle school).


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