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Annabella P. Hill
Published: Jan 27 2011
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Damon L. Fowler is a culinary historian and the author of six cookbooks, including Dining at Monticello, Classical Southern Cooking and the Savannah Cookbook.
Annabella P. Hill (1810–1878) raised six children and managed a household that included as many as ten boarders in LaGrange, Georgia. She also served as the principal of the Orphan's School and published a biography of her brother entitled The Life and Services of Rev. John E. Dawson, D.D.
"One of the best of the recent spate of historical cookbook reprints. A lengthy introduction by Damon L. Fowler displays impressive research, not only on the book and its author, but on cookbooks of that era."—Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
"A wonderful work...that belongs in the library of anyone having any interest in American food and its history."—Karen Hess, culinary historian and author of The Carolina Rice Kitchen: The African Connection
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