Condition: Vintage Like New -light rubbing
Published in 1980 as a souvenir book for visitors to Colonial Williamsburg. The James River Plantation Cookbook gives a glimpse into the homes and kitchens of Old Virginia. The heart of plantation life was, and still is, the James River. This book has history of several plantations, including Carter's Grove, Sherwood Forrest, Belle Air, Greenway, Westover, Berkeley, Brandon, and Shirley. There are recipes from families of each home in book.
The recipes range from seafood, ham, venison, salads and desserts, all of them served through generations.
Williamsburg Publishing Co.; First Edition (January 1, 1980)
Paperback: 64 pages
Dimensions: 17.7 x 25.5 cm
Weight: 188 g