Beans, Greens & Sweet Georgia Peaches

Beans, Greens & Sweet Georgia Peaches

Author: Damon Fowler

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781493014101

Page: 304

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Think of Southern fruits and vegetable, and tomatoes, corn, okra, and watermelon come to mind. But what about grapefruits, oranges, and key limes from Florida? Or peas, beans, and greens from the fields of Mississippi? In Beans, Greens & Sweet Georgia Peaches, Damon Lee Fowler, who is passionate about preserving Southern culinary traditions, offers recipes for transforming Vidalia onions, sun-ripened tomatoes, field peas, butterbeans, sweet potatoes, Georgia Peaches, plump figs, watermelons, key limes, and Florida citrus into fruit and vegetable glories of the Southern table.



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