Carolina Rice Kitchen

Carolina Rice Kitchen

by Karen Hess
     
 

"Karen Hess has shaped this long-forgotten social history into a readable, informative, and highly beneficial narrative. Books like this made the ordinary lives of our forefathers seem much more authentic and closer to us than the Old South mythologies ever did".--South Carolina Historical Magazine. See more details below

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"Karen Hess has shaped this long-forgotten social history into a readable, informative, and highly beneficial narrative. Books like this made the ordinary lives of our forefathers seem much more authentic and closer to us than the Old South mythologies ever did".--South Carolina Historical Magazine.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781570032080
Publisher:
University of South Carolina Press
Publication date:
03/01/1998
Pages:
328
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments and Explanations
Ch. 1The Rice Kitchen of the South Carolina Low Country1
Ch. 2To Boil The Rice22
Ch. 3Pilau and its Kind36
Ch. 4The Rice Casseroles of South Carolina84
Ch. 5Hoppin' John and Other Bean Pilaus of the African Diaspora92
Ch. 6Rice Soups111
Ch. 7The Rice Breads of South Carolina114
Ch. 8Sweet Rice Dishes of South Carolina141
Ch. 9Rice in Invalid Cookery147
Ch. 10A Few Words on the Carolina Rice Cook Book and Its Contributors152
App. 1Errata in the Text of the Carolina Rice Cook Book159
App. 2Recipes for Making Bread, &c., from Rice Flour, ostensibly from the Charleston Gazette, as they appear in the Confederate Receipt Book (1863)161
App. 3: A Brief Glossary163
Notes164
Bibliography177
A Note on the Indexes192
General Index193
Receipt Index209

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