Confederate Camp Cooking presents authentic nineteenth-century accounts of camp life from Confederate soldiers' diaries, journals, and letters. An insightful text, recipes, and extensive endnotes further enhance the reader's knowledge. 117 numbered pages including index. 84 research notes. 41 recipes, including both historical receipts and commemorative dishes. First published as a Compact Edition in 1990; this Bookshelf Edition published in 2018.
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About the Author
Patricia B. Mitchell began foodwriting in the early 1970s as a contributor to The Community Standard magazine in New Orleans. Since 1986 she has authored more than one hundred titles on food and lifestyle history, with well over three-quarters of a million copies sold.