The Civil War Cookbook

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Courage Books, Dec 1, 1993 - Cooking - 93 pages
3 Reviews
Every Civil War buff will want to own this unique cookbook, which takes the reader right into the kitchens of 19th-century America. Illustrated with wonderful period photographs, it intertwines history and food for a fascinating new look at the lives of Civil War soldiers and their families. Traditional recipes, illustrated with full-color photographs and highlighted with historical anecdotes, include instructions for recreating treats sent in care packages to soldiers in the field, camp dishes, and special meals.

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User Review  - drbubbles - LibraryThing

A wanna-be coffee-table book. Half of the book (all of the right-hand pages) is pretty pictures of food and/or ingredients. The other half has pictures, recipes, and captions. I thought the book would ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Chambers - Goodreads

This cookbook was full of tidbits about the Civil War as it pertains to food and full of pictures. I loved it. I even found a few recipes to try. Read full review

Contents

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CHAPTER I
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Camp and Pfielkdl
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Copyright

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About the author (1993)

The author of more than forty books, WILLIAM C. DAVIS is the director of programs at the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies. He is also chief consultant for the A&&E television series Civil War Journal and teaches history at Virginia Tech. He lives in Virginia. <br>

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