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A Culinary History of Florida

Prickly Pears, Datil Peppers & Key Limes

American Palate

by Joy Sheffield Harris

eBook
From the very first prickly pears harvested by Paleo-Indians more than twelve thousand years ago to the Seminole tribe’s staple dish of sofkee, Florida’s culinary history is as diverse as its geography. Italian, French, Creole, Spanish, Cuban, Greek, Mexican, Minorcan and Caribbean influences season southern, soul and Cracker foods to make up Florida’s eclectic flavors. Learn how Florida orange juice changed the look of the American breakfast table and discover the state’s festival-worthy swamp cabbage. Through syllabubs, perloos, frog legs and Tupelo honey, author Joy Sheffield Harris serves up a delectable helping of five hundred years of Florida cuisine—all with a side of key lime pie, of course.

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Publisher: Arcadia Publishing Inc.

Kindle Book

  • Release date: October 7, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9781625851871
  • Release date: October 7, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9781625851871
  • File size: 8676 KB
  • Release date: October 7, 2014

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From the very first prickly pears harvested by Paleo-Indians more than twelve thousand years ago to the Seminole tribe’s staple dish of sofkee, Florida’s culinary history is as diverse as its geography. Italian, French, Creole, Spanish, Cuban, Greek, Mexican, Minorcan and Caribbean influences season southern, soul and Cracker foods to make up Florida’s eclectic flavors. Learn how Florida orange juice changed the look of the American breakfast table and discover the state’s festival-worthy swamp cabbage. Through syllabubs, perloos, frog legs and Tupelo honey, author Joy Sheffield Harris serves up a delectable helping of five hundred years of Florida cuisine—all with a side of key lime pie, of course.

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