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Charleston Cooking in Jacket
Item Details
Description
Heading: (Southern)
Author: Rhett, Blanche S.
Title: 200 Years of Charleston Cooking
Place Published: New York
Publisher:Random House
Date Published: [1934]
Description:


Edited by Lettie Gay. Introduction and explanatory matter by Helen Woodward. Illustrated with photographs, including frontis. portrait of two African-American children vendors on Tradd Street. Green gingham cloth, jacket. Revised Edition.



Includes a new, 24-page chapter on plantation drinks, incl. cherry bounce, St. Cecelia Punch, Otranto Club Punch, Plantation Toddy, etc. Printed just 4 years after the first edition, this work is important as it not only contains early Charleston recipes, but it also has editorial content about the history and inception of the recipes.

Condition
Jacket spine faded, chipping to jacket spine foot and more so to head and upper extremities, a couple short, closed tears to lower front jacket panel; owner's name and address (dated 1945) in small lettering to upper front free endpaper, else very good and bright.
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Charleston Cooking in Jacket

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0320: Charleston Cooking in Jacket

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Lot 0320 Details

Description
...
Heading: (Southern)
Author: Rhett, Blanche S.
Title: 200 Years of Charleston Cooking
Place Published: New York
Publisher:Random House
Date Published: [1934]
Description:


Edited by Lettie Gay. Introduction and explanatory matter by Helen Woodward. Illustrated with photographs, including frontis. portrait of two African-American children vendors on Tradd Street. Green gingham cloth, jacket. Revised Edition.



Includes a new, 24-page chapter on plantation drinks, incl. cherry bounce, St. Cecelia Punch, Otranto Club Punch, Plantation Toddy, etc. Printed just 4 years after the first edition, this work is important as it not only contains early Charleston recipes, but it also has editorial content about the history and inception of the recipes.

Condition
...
Jacket spine faded, chipping to jacket spine foot and more so to head and upper extremities, a couple short, closed tears to lower front jacket panel; owner's name and address (dated 1945) in small lettering to upper front free endpaper, else very good and bright.

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