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Classic Savannah desserts have been modified and modernized in this gift cookbook and enhanced by appetiteinducing color photography. The city's original settlers preferred to start their desserts with custard, and today there is no shortage of requests for crï¿½me brï¿½lï¿½e, crï¿½me caramel, and the most popular, the Savannah trifle. This cookbook showcases the sweets, restaurants, and fresh, local ingredients that make Savannah scrumptious. Whether it's Soho South Cafï¿½'s Berry Shortcake or The Lady and Sons' Pumpkin Gooey Butter Cakes, there is something for everyone to indulge in. History, musings, and stories accompany the many award-winning recipes, making this first-class cookbook a restaurant guide as well.
About the Author
Janice Shay, owner of the book-packaging company Pinafore Press, is an award-winning book designer who has produced cookbooks and art, garden, gift, and children’s books. For her efforts in design, Shay received the Comstock Award and the Jane Addams Peace Prize for Children’s Literature. She is the vice-president of the Publishers Association of the South and has served as an art director for magazines such as Rodale’s Scuba Diving and Atlanta Magazine. Shay lives in Savannah, Georgia.
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn is a professional photographer in Atlanta. In addition to producing advertising and corporate photography, she has seen her work published in more than a dozen books and in more than one hundred articles for numerous regional and shelter magazines, including Atlanta magazine, Coastal Living, Veranda, Traditional Home, and Elle Decor.
Martha Giddens Nesbit served as food editor, food columnist, and restaurant reviewer for the Savannah Morning News for twenty-five years and has been a regular food columnist for Savannah Magazine since 1998. She has collaborated with Paula Deen on four cookbooks. She lives in Savannah with her husband.