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Gone With the Wind Cookbook: Famous Southern Cooking Recipes

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Small glossy hardcover with pictorial covers front and back, red and black lettering in an "antebellum" style, recipes for pilau, scrapple, soups, vegetables, meats and fish, shellfish, southern breads.
Hardcover, 47 pages
Published December 1st 1991 by Abbeville Pr
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Patricia Poupart
Jun 11, 2012 Patricia Poupart rated it really liked it
I acquired this book several years ago because I'm a HUGE Gone With The Wind fan. I picked it up tonight while looking for another cookbook and started to thumb through it. The inside of my book is bound upside down within the cover!! I wonder if this makes it rare or valuable. I'd love to hear from anyone about this.
Melissa
Jun 27, 2011 Melissa rated it really liked it
This is a fun little cookbook with great Southern recipes. It adds to the legend of Gone with the Wind as the reader imagines the O'Hara's sitting around the table with these delicious dishes!
Angela Joyce
Mar 07, 2009 Angela Joyce rated it really liked it
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Great fun, even if I will never make frogs legs or oyster stew. The French dressing and Melanie's Popovers are two of my favorite things to make.
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Great little cookbook with recipes from the movie and tips about the period of time the movie is set in regarding cooking.
Ally
May 31, 2011 Ally rated it it was amazing
Received this as a gift from my sweet Mother-in-law.
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Dec 08, 2012 Wild-Rogue-Rose rated it it was amazing
I now know how to make scrapple properly!
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