Buttermilk biscuits, Sweet Potato Casserole, Pecan Pie--these are a few of the dishes the South is justifiably famous for. But what about Texas Mucho Torpedoes, Mediterranean Rice Salad, and Apple-Lokshen Kugel?
The Confederate Cookbook: Family Favorites from the Sons of Confederate Veterans has gleaned 340 of Dixie's finest recipes from contemporary Confederate kitchens from Florida to Alaska. Here you'll find delicious, traditional recipes that evoke the flavor of the Old South, as well as savory contemporary and regional favorites from all over the country that will make your mouth water.
So pour yourself a big glass of sweet tea and enjoy! Fascinating historic anecdotes and previously unpublished images of identified Confederate soldiers are here for your perusal, along with easy-to-use instructions on how to make some of the most delicious dishes ever to grace your sideboard.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans is a patriotic and hereditary organization dedicated to preserving and defending the history and principles of the Confederate States of America. Founded in 1896, the SCV currently has over 27,000 members coast to coast and in several foreign countries.
Compiler Lynda Moreau is a professional book publicist who is directly or collaterally descended from over ten Confederate soldiers. She is an avid collector of vintage Gone with the Wind memorabilia, and an unabashed lover of all things Southern. She makes her home in Metairie, Louisiana, with her husband (an active member of the SCV) and their two children.
Southern hospitality has always meant good conversation, friendly smiles, and an invitation to dinner. True to the region's tradition of elegance, gracious living, and delicious cuisine, The Confederate Cookbook: Family Favorites from the Sons of Confederate Veterans presents almost 350 time-honored family recipes handed down from past generations, along with regional classics and contemporary local favorites.
As the oldest patriotic and hereditary organization for male descendants of Confederate soldiers and sailors, the Sons of Confederate Veterans continues to preserve, defend, and perpetuate the history and principles of the Old South. With over 700 camps and 27,000 members coast to coast, the memory and sacrifice of the men who defended the Confederacy, as well as the heritage, history, and record of the Confederate States of America, endures.
Anyone who loves southern cooking needs this cookbook. You also get a history lesson about the solders who loved these recipes. I have used it many times. Read morePublished 10 months ago by bonnie
the only thing to say about this book is, it is a must have for anyone would look great sitting on your shelf or better yet you reading and using the recipes within this bookPublished 13 months ago by Joe
Loved all the great recipes - easy to make. Some old favorites and new ones that i've not seen or tried before.Published 21 months ago by Mary Smith
i ordered this one also because the book has main dishes and southern cooking same from a way i know that me as a confederate descendant of a family member from 1862 have cooked... Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by bobby joe harris
My sister had a copy of this book, and I liked the recipes in it, so I searched for it and found it on Amazon. Read morePublished on March 2, 2011 by Lacy