"Hoppin' John Taylor is a true asset to true Southern cooking but the Grandmother of all Southern cookbooks is the Junior League of Charleston's Charleston Receipts. Charleston Receipts was first published in 1950 and is still the oldest Junior League cookbook in print. Called the Bible of all Junior League cookbooks, Charleston Receipts features recipes that have served Charleston hostesses well for decades and is considered a "must" in any cookbook collection. Described by Food & Wine as "reflecting the nostalgia for the Old-South that prevailed among low-country aristocrats during the postwar (Civil War) era," Charleston Receipts features a recipe collection as colorful and timeless as the area that it represents. The recipes were influenced by the family cooks, many of whom spoke the Gullah dialect, a centuries-old Atlantic Creole language that is illustrated and preserved throughout the pages of Charleston Receipts. Charleston Receipts was inducted into the Walter S. McIlhenny Community Cookbooks Hall of Fame in 1990.
I live on James Island and received one of the surveys. The survey was very straight forward with just a few questions about gender, race, and do you want 526 completed. I cannot think of any way that the results of this survey could be misinterpreted. It was very basic with a yes or no question. There was no room for comments.
Blame Republicans??? Our current President has taken more donations from Wall Street than any other politician ever. He might have been slight "harder" on Wall Street than previous administrations but that isn't saying much. Washington is what is broken.
If you read the commentary in the Post & Courier written by Zais, he stated that the money would not go into the classrooms for the students or the teachers. Has this been verified by your reporters??
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