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The Place Setting.

The Place Setting

Fred W. Sauceman

Mercer University Press

1400 Coleman Avenue, Macon, GA 31207

0865549907 $25.00 www.mupress.com

The Place Setting: Timeless Tastes Of The Mountain South, From Bright Hope To Frog Level by Fred W. Sauceman (Senior writer and executive assistant to the President for Public Affairs at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City) is an eclectic combination of pure homestyle southern cooking and nostalgic "down home" stories. Offering his readers expansive first hand knowledge of southern cooking, Sauceman's The Place Setting includes tasty dishes ranging from Sheri Castle's Killed Lettuce; Gertrude Ripley's Carrot Cake with Black Walnuts; and Sorghum Snaps, to Spinning Spider Warm Goat Cheese Salad; White Lily Almond-Filled Pound Cake; and Margaret Anne Mitchell's Capered Deviled Eggs. The Place Setting presents an entertaining and invaluable compilation of area restaurants, unique cooking ideas, and intriguing stories which are ideal for readers with an interest in the culinary arts and southern culture, and in search of detailed recipes and fun stories.
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Title Annotation:The Place Setting: Timeless Tastes of the Mountain South, from Bright Hope to Frog Level
Publication:The Bookwatch
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Date:Sep 1, 2006
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