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Sept 2009 COTM: SOUTHERN Seafood

yamalam | Aug 31, 200901:38 PM     27

September 2009 Cookbooks of the Month:

SCREEN DOORS AND SWEET TEA: Recipes and Tales from a Southern Cook, by Martha Hall Foose (SDST)
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BON APPETIT Y'ALL: Recipes and Tales from Three Generations of Southern Cooking, by Virginia Willis (BAYA)

Please post your full-length reviews of recipes for seafood, fish, shellfish, etc here. Please mention the name of the recipe you are reviewing and the book or author and page number, if possible, as well as any modifications you made to the recipe. This thread includes:

BAYA
Chapter 6: Fish and Shellfish

SDST
seafood dishes from Chapter 4: Dishes from the Kitchen and Backyard, and other seafood dishes from throughout the book

A reminder that the verbatim copying of recipes to the boards is a violation of the copyright of the original author. Posts with copied recipes will be removed.

Happy Cooking!

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