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245 04 The happy table of Eugene Walter :|bSouthern spirits in 
       food and drink : an ardent survey of Southern beverages 
       and a grand selection of Southern dishes employing 
       spiritous flavorings /|cedited by Donald Goodman and 
       Thomas Head. 
264  1 Chapel Hill :|bUniversity of North Carolina Press,|c2011. 
300    1 online resource (xxvii, 262 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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500    Includes index. 
505 0  Cover; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; 
       Author's Preface; INTRODUCTION: Studying the Palate of the
       Deep South; On Recipes & Measurements; PART ONE: DRINKS; 
       PART TWO: VICTUALS; Index 
520    "A southern Renaissance man, Eugene Walter (1921-98) was a
       pioneering food writer, a champion of southern foodways 
       and culture, and a legendary personality among food 
       lovers. The Happy Table of Eugene Walter, which introduces
       a new generation of readers to Walter's culinary legacy, 
       is a revelation to anyone interested in today's booming 
       scene in vintage and artisanal drinks--from bourbon and 
       juleps to champagne and punch--and a southern twist on 
       America's culinary heritage. Assembled and edited by 
       Walter's literary executor, Donald Goodman, and food 
       writer Thomas Head, this charming cookbook includes more 
       than 300 recipes featuring the use of spirits in the food 
       and drink of the South, as well as numerous asides, lovely
       short essays, and countless witticisms that make for great
       reading as well as good cooking. A wellspring of southern 
       eating and drinking traditions lovingly collected by 
       Walter over the years, the volume is also a celebration of
       Walter himself and his incomparable appetite and talent 
       for life and its surprising pleasures. The Happy Table 
       showcases Walter's remarkably contemporary gustatory 
       sensibilities and the humorous and quirky yet incisive 
       voice for which he has long been embraced"--|cProvided by 
546    English. 
600 10 Walter, Eugene,|d1921-1998.|0
650  0 Cooking, American|xSouthern style.|0
650  0 Cooking (Liquors)|0
       sh85032046|zSouthern States.|0
650  0 Liquors|0
       |zSouthern States.|0
700 1  Goodman, Donald,|d1947-|0
700 1  Head, Thomas,|d1942-|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHappy table of Eugene Walter.|dChapel 
       Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2011|w(DLC)  
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       Collection - North America|c2016-09-09|yMaster record 
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