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Gone With the Wind Cookbook/Famous Southern Cooking Recipes

by Dolce & Gabbana

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Originally I purchased this book as a novelty item, but I have since come to rely on it for certain dishes. I've tried several of the recipes, and they have all turned out to be very good. Not necessarily the healthiest food, but very tasty. ( )
  Tmyers526 | Jun 30, 2008 |
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Originally published by Pebeco Tooth Paste in 1939, the Gone With The Wind Cookbook; Famous Southern Cooking Recipes was issued as just another advertising campaign to capture the public's attention. This 1991 facsimile edition has a copyright by Turner Entertainment Company. A tidbit from the introduction:

"Perhaps, too, you may have seen, in your mind's eye, that polished mahogany dining table at Tara, reflecting a juicy baked ham at one end, a veritable mountain of fried chicken at the other, and crowding in between corn muffins, hot biscuits, and waffles oozing with butter; heaping dishes of fried squash, stewed okra, and collards swimming in rich liquor; pecan pie , rich, steaming plum pudding, pound cake topped with sweetened whipped cream, and fluffy, white Syllabub fragrant of the wine cellar." I celebrated the birthday of Margaret Mitchell with recipes from this book at my blog Months of Edible Celebrations.
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