by Roxe Anne Peacock
From the publisher: Over 150 full-color photos inspired by nineteenth century recipes, anecdotes, and the Civil War History Lover’s Cookbook will transport readers through the Battle of First Bull Run/Manassas to April 9, 1865, where General Robert E. Lee stood under an apple tree to dispatch his surrender to General Grant.
Do you know what he was eating when he surrendered? Prepare a picnic of lemonade, raspberry shrub, mint julep, fried chicken, ham sandwiches, potato salad with boiled dressing, cold slaw, soda biscuits and quince marmalade to observe one of the many Civil War re-enactments throughout the United States. Enjoy eating tea cakes while viewing more than 150 full-color photos of replica Civil War items, re-enactors portraying Abraham Lincoln, Generals Custer, Lee and Grant, foods and recipes inspired by the nineteenth century.
Share in the Union’s Thanksgiving holiday by preparing recipes from the chapter, Siege at Petersburg. Find out what General Grant ate every morning with his breakfast. Roxe Anne Peacock brings the nineteenth century and Civil War era to life through the wonderful photography depicted throughout the book.
Roxe Anne Peacock is the author of two mysteries, Fatal Catch and Leave No Trace. Her first cookbook is History Lover’s Cookbook.
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013