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PUTTIN' ON THE PEACHTREE | Junior League of DeKalb County 1999 ©1979

PUTTIN' ON THE PEACHTREE | Junior League of DeKalb County 1999 ©1979

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PUTTIN' ON THE PEACHTREE | Junior League of DeKalb County 1999 ©1979 is a comprehensive cookbook featuring timeless recipes such as Zucchini Lasagna and Tournedos (Filet) in Puff Pastry, as well as regional favorites like Georgia Pralines and Green Beans with Salted Peanuts. Originally published in 1979, this book has stood the test of time and is a must-have for any cooking enthusiast.

This cookbook features a multitude of restaurant recipes, including Baked Oysters Beach House from the Abbey Restaurant, Shrimp Romanoff from Armando's Restaurant, Shrimp Ernie from the Olde College Inn, and Carrot Vichyssoise from the Four Seasons in New York.

This 20th Anniversary edition of this Junior League cookbook is adorned with the coveted induction into the McIlhenny Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards Hall of Fame and proudly displays the gold seal on the cover. With its hardcover binder style, the cookbook is in excellent condition and shows minimal signs of use. This is the 7th edition of the original cookbook, a testament to its longevity and popularity.

This cookbook is a must-have for any culinary library. It is a prime example of a community cookbook, often used as a fundraiser by groups of women. From the recipes and kitchen equipment used to the household hints and headnotes, this collection provides a unique glimpse into American culture and social norms during a specific era. These cookbooks have become unofficial records of the past, highly valued by collectors and culinary experts for their historical significance rather than just their recipes.

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