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AS OF APRIL 2107, THIS IS THE ONLY FULLY EDITED AND COMPLETE VERSION AVAILABLE. Reviews stating that ingredient amounts and other information might be missing are for other editions, which are created from an automated scan! This version has been hand retyped, carefully edited and completely reset with a new foreword by chef Flora Mae Moreland. The original Aunt Caroline's was published in 1922, and the recipes themselves read like a window into another time, offering a glimpse of both everyday life and special-occasion cooking around the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Named for William McKinney's "Dear Old Southern Mammy," the recipe collection has been left to languish in recent decades thanks to its lack of politically correct language, which has made it somewhat controversial. However, as noted in the new foreword by chef Flora Mae Moreland, in erasing references to "mammies," we "erase their contributions and the work of their hands on stoves, in sinks and at tables for more than 100 years before the first edition of this book was printed." This edition has been updated, edited and reprinted in honor of those strong women and all those who benefited from their culinary talents. Notable recipes include: Southern Sweet Potato Biscuits Cotton Blossom Popovers Besty Ross Pound Cake Aunt Sug's Nut Cookies Sea-Foam Candy Deviled Crabs Aunt Caroline's Own Pickle Tar Heel Chow Chow Chess Pie Louisiana Molasses Custard Virginia Dare Pudding Creole Tomato Soup Southern Creamed Sweet Potatoes Creole Potato Balls Plus more than 200 additional pages full of Southern flavor for you to discover!
bound: 229 pages
publisher: Independently published (April 28, 2017)
isbn: 1520996519, 978-1520996516,
weight: 14.4 ounces (