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Sallie Ann Robinson was born and reared on Daufuskie Island, one of the South Carolina Sea Islands well known for their Gullah culture. Although technology and development were slow in coming to Daufuskie, the island is now changing rapidly. With this book, Robinson highlights some of her favorite memories and delicious recipes from life on Daufuskie, where the islanders t ...more
Hardcover, 154 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by University of North Carolina Press
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Naima Haviland
Apr 01, 2013 Naima Haviland rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: lovers of casual cooking and dining; fans of Southern American culture and American history
I've been reading "Cooking the Gullah Way, Morning, Noon, and Night" by Sallie Ann Robinson as research for my historical paranormal novel, which is set in the Gullah Region and features Gullah characters and a Gullah heroine. Gullah is a distinct African-American culture in the coastal and sea-island region of Lower North Carolina, South Carolina, and Upper Georgia. It has its own history, crafts, and language. This particular cookbook (she has written several) has helped me make the food and m ...more
Aberjhani
Oct 27, 2008 Aberjhani rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: All who enjoy cooking and learning about unique cultures.
Recommended to Aberjhani by: I read about it.
Sallie Ann Robinson Cooks for the Mind, Body, and Spirit


Celebrity Chef Sallie Ann Robinson, a native of the famous Sea Island known as Daufuskie Island located just down the Savannah River between the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia, has made guest appearances on numerous cooking shows and been profiled in such publications as the 2005 Old Farmer’s Almanac, Southern Living, and National Geographic. In COOKING THE GULLAH WAY, MORNING, NOON, AND NIGHT, her book of highly appealing regional re
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Fenixbird SandS
Dec 05, 2008 Fenixbird SandS marked it as to-read
Recommends it for: Cooks, Southern-style lovers!
Recommended to Fenixbird by: Poet-I-Am Aberjhani
Found new/used thru Amazon..this & many related books (including the "Gullah New Testament!!" COOKING & SHARING MEALS, BREAKING BREAD TOGETHER ARE CELEBRATED IN MOST CULTURES (WE ARE WEAK ON THIS IN SW USA).....SOME OF THE BEST EXPERIENCES I HAVE HAD WITH LOVELY PEOPLES OF OTHER CULTURES I HAVE MET HERE FROM AROUND THE WORLD!! IT IS SAID NOTHING REFLECTS A CULTURE MORE THAN LANGUAGE & ITS CELEBRATIONS...

FEATURES?? Gullah home beliefs & remedies

"...a filling breakfast of the autho
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Dawn
Having had a life long love of Lowcountry, and several significant adults in my childhood who were Gullah, and find the Gullah people to be warm and funny and sharing with their love of food and ways to prepare it, I enjoyed this book and read it cover to cover in one sitting, and then went back and read the recipes as my 'bedtime' reading for almost a week.
Mary Z : )
This was a fun book. It was a blend of the author's young life on one of the east coast barrier islands. As a coastal resident, and one who remembers a simpler life growing up, I could really appreciate this book. Tasty looking recipes, though I didn't try any. The home remedies were interesting, too.
ReadHowYouWant
A couple of recipes from this book have been reviewed at www.readhowyouwant.com/blog. The reviewer is a gluten-free eater, so chose recipes that could be made to fit her lifestyle. I like the idea of finding g-free recipes in regular cookbooks! Yum!
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Born on Daufuskie Island, off the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina, Sallie Ann Robinson was among the students taught by Pat Conroy when the famous author stayed for a time on her now famous island. Robinson has grown in her own right into the author of two celebrated cookbooks and an accomplished chef.

Her culinary expertise has helped to preserve the food dishes for which her native island i
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