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'PON TOP EDISTO - Cookin' 'Tweets The Rivers | Trinity Episcopal Church ©1997 | Tabasco Community Cookbook Award Winner

'PON TOP EDISTO - Cookin' 'Tweets The Rivers | Trinity Episcopal Church ©1997 | Tabasco Community Cookbook Award Winner

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Explore the captivating flavors of Southern and low-country cuisine with 'PON TOP EDISTO - Cookin' Tweets The Rivers. This exceptional cookbook, compiled by Trinity Episcopal Church on Edisto Island, celebrates the traditional dishes of the region while raising funds for the preservation of the historic church building.

Indulge in beloved recipes from local plantations including Sunnyside She Crab Soup, Beckett Place Pecan Pie, Oak Island Scalloped Oysters, and Cassina Point French Toast. You'll also find delightful treats like Peach Ice Cream and Tomato Pie, along with timeless classics such as Deviled Crab, Oyster Pie, and Edisto Island Clambake, passed down through generations of Edisto Island families.

This 287-page hardcover spiral bound book is in excellent condition, with the Tabasco Community Cookbook Award Winner given by the Mcllhenny Company gold seal prominently displayed on the front cover, further adding to its credibility as a quality publication.

This cookbook is a valuable addition to any culinary library. It is a community cookbook, often published by a group of women as a fundraiser. Through the recipes, kitchen equipment, household hints, and headnotes, readers can gain unique insights into American culture, social norms, and historical details. As unofficial records of the past, these cookbooks are highly valued by collectors and culinary scholars for their historical relevance, rather than just the recipes contained within.

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