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Published: Jan 24 2011
Size: 5.75 x 8.75
edited by Elizabeth Ravenel Harrigan
Elizabeth Ravenel Harrigan is a native of Charleston and grew up on Farmfield Farm, the Ravenel property. The first woman to serve as president of the Carolina Art Association, Harrigan coedited Piazza Tales: A Charleston Memory. She is a retired school psychologist and teacher now living in Washington, D.C.
"Rose Ravenel's book I can recommend without hesitation. The anecdotes are fascinating and offer an honest look at aristocratic Southerners' lives both before and after the Civil War. These receipts offer some gems of regional cuisine."—Donna Florio, senior writer, Southern Living
"It is an amusing and valuable work with great potential as not only a cookbook, but as a Lowcountry souvenir and a sort of social history as well."—John Martin Taylor, culinary historian
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