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Cooking In High Cotton

Author : Inc The Junior League of Monroe
ISBN : 0960236422
Genre : Cooking
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The Junior League of Monroe encourages you to begin Cooking In High Cotton with their third cookbook filled with 221 recipes. This cookbook not only features southern recipes for all occasions, but also great food tips and side notes to help individualize dishes to your own palate.
Category: Cooking

High Cotton Cookin

Author : Marvell Academy Mother's Association
ISBN : 0918544149
Genre : Cooking, American
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High Cotton Cookin' is packed full with old & new southern treats. Included are such chapters as Wild Game (for hunters & their wives), an excellent Bread section with 64 recipes, ranging from quick breads to yeast & sourdoughs, a Preserving chapter with old-fashioned recipes for such delights as Chow-Chow, Squash Relish, & Virginia Sweet Pickle Chunks.
Category: Cooking, American

Cotton Country Cooking

Author : Decatur Junior Service League
ISBN : 0961440600
Genre : Cooking
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Welcome to Cotton Country! Enjoy our new 25th Anniversary Edition of Cotton Country Cooking, and experience classic and popular Heart of Dixie recipes, as well as elegant entertaining suggestions. This TABASCO Award winner, inducted into the Walter S. McIlhenney Community Cookbook Hall of Fame, is being released with a new concealed wire binding and highlighted favorite recipes. This collection of recipes is ready to raise yet another generation on Southern Hospitality and basic good food. Join over 125,000 good cooks who have "religiously" cooked with Cotton Country Cooking, as we celebrate over 50 years of community service in Morgan County, AL.
Category: Cooking

Celebrations On The Bayou

Author : Inc Staff Junior League Of Monroe
ISBN : 0960236414
Genre : Cooking
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Whether its a holiday feast or casual summer supper, Celebrations on the Bayou captures the rich Louisiana heritage that makes southern entertaining a legend. A Tabasco Community Cookbook Regional Award Winner, it includes 30 enticing menus with exquisite photographs and an emphasis on fresh ingredients. Laissez les bon temps roulez!
Category: Cooking

Mama Dip S Kitchen

Author : Mildred Council
ISBN : 0807847909
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 66.63 MB
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A collection of more than 250 traditional Southern recipes from Mama Dip's Kitchen, a restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Category: Cooking

The Cotton Country Collection

Author : Junior Charity League of Monroe, Louisiana
ISBN : 0960236406
Genre : Cooking
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A collection of recipes including recipes for: hors d'oeuvres; soups; eggs and cheese; breads; jellies; salads; vegetables; meats; poultry; seafood; game; cakes; pies; cookies; and candy.
Category: Cooking

Cooking In High Cotton

Author : Georgia Cotton Women
ISBN : 0942407962
Genre : Cooking
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?Cooking In High Cotton is an exceptional cookbook compiled by the non-profit organization, Georgia Cotton Women, which conducts programs of research, promotion, and education for Georgia's cotton procedures. While the group encourages working to preserve agriculture, the main mission of the group is to promote the wonderful qualities of cotton and to educate our children and our communities that cotton truly is a miracle of nature, with slogans like “Cotton Counts” and Cotton IS “The Fabric of Our Lives.” A valuable resource for entertaining, this book will help you serve delectable meals to your guests while cultivating an interest in different aspects of cotton.. From the simple to elegant, from glamorous to “down home”cuisine, this book has it all. In addition to the variety of over 400 taste-tested recipes, the book includes more than 35 anecdotes of cotton history, collected nationally from producers and researchers in the cotton industry. This hardcover book is a deluxe lay-flat, fully concealed wire binding designed with easy-to-read type, helpful hints, concise directions and a cross-referenced section index to allow you to easily find the best recipe for each occasion. This book is a must read for the experienced cook and the beginner alike and is a great value for the price. The book is a valuable resource for the more food-focused readers, who will appreciate its great variety of recipes, selected by their members in taste testings for this great book. In this 304 page volume, the reader will find chapters that include Appetizers and Beverages, Breads, Cakes & Frostings, Candies, Cookies, Desserts and Pies, Entrees (Beef, Venison, Pasta, Pork, Poultry, Seafood), Salads and Dressings, Soups & Stews, Vegetables & Side Dishes, and finally a unique chapter labeled Everything Else which includes dips, marinades, jellies, sauces, pickles, relishes, and even a grilled peanut butter and banana sandwich. The book closes with an easy-reading cross referenced index. While reading through the book's many tempting recipes, readers will find themselves pausing to muse over historical facts about cotton and its importance in the world. The organization's profits from the sale of this book will be used to fund scholarships for the children of Georgia Cotton Women members and others involved in the cotton industry.
Category: Cooking

High Cotton

Author : Debby Mayne
ISBN : 1432852965
Genre : Fiction
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Some families are filled with so much love they can't help but drive each other crazy. Shay Henke has mixed feelings about going to her family's next reunion. On the one hand, she'll get to see everyone in her mama's family--folks she loves unconditionally. On the other hand, she knows there'll be more drama than you can shake a stick at. The days leading up to the event bring one surprise after another. First Shay must deal with her sister-in-law's deep, dark secret. Then she has to contend with the childish ways of her business-mogul twin cousins. And when her high school crush wants to be her date to the reunions . . . well, it may have been a dream come true for Shay's teen self, but the woman she's become doesn't know what to make of this. Shay's contentment is challenged, and she's determined to shake things up a bit. But will she find the excitement she's looking for, or will Shay realize she prefers her quiet predictable life? One thing is certain: Life in the Bucklin family is never boring.
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Sweet Vicious

Author : Libbie Summers
ISBN : 9780847841042
Genre : Cooking
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Provides recipes for baked goods that explore new taste sensations, from habanero carrot cake, grilled apricot polenta cake, and mojito cookies to fig and pig pie, salvation cinnamon rolls, and chocolate mug cakes.
Category: Cooking

The Half Has Never Been Told

Author : Edward E. Baptist
ISBN : 9780465097685
Genre : History
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Americans tend to cast slavery as a pre-modern institution—the nation's original sin, perhaps, but isolated in time and divorced from America's later success. But to do so robs the millions who suffered in bondage of their full legacy. As historian Edward Baptist reveals in The Half Has Never Been Told, the expansion of slavery in the first eight decades after American independence drove the evolution and modernization of the United States. In the span of a single lifetime, the South grew from a narrow coastal strip of worn-out tobacco plantations to a continental cotton empire, and the United States grew into a modern, industrial, and capitalist economy. Until the Civil War, Baptist explains, the most important American economic innovations were ways to make slavery ever more profitable. Through forced migration and torture, slave owners extracted continual increases in efficiency from enslaved African Americans. Thus the United States seized control of the world market for cotton, the key raw material of the Industrial Revolution, and became a wealthy nation with global influence. Told through intimate slave narratives, plantation records, newspapers, and the words of politicians, entrepreneurs, and escaped slaves, The Half Has Never Been Told offers a radical new interpretation of American history. It forces readers to reckon with the violence at the root of American supremacy, but also with the survival and resistance that brought about slavery's end—and created a culture that sustains America's deepest dreams of freedom.
Category: History