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Geechee Girl 2013 Recipe Calendar By Debbie Lerman
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First Annual Geechee Girl Recipe Calendar, with appetizing photos and easy-to-follow recipes. The Geechee Girl Rice Café opened in Philadelphia in 2003. The restaurant pays tribute to the... More > Geechees, descendants of the enslaved Africans who live in the Low Country—the coast and islands off South Carolina and Georgia. Geechee Girl chef owner and Valerie Erwin, whose grandparents were from the Low Country, shares 12 of her favorite recipes in this illustrated calendar, designed and photographed by Philadelphia photographer Debbie Lerman. Some of the recipes are traditional dishes. Some are examples of the innovative Low Country cuisine for which Geechee Girl is so well known. All are delicious and simple to prepare.< Less
Adventures in Dutchyland By Steve Dudek
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The Netherlands tourist bureau advertises a Vermeer landscape of manicured fields, herds of bicyclists, and little canals. However, behind Holland’s whirling windmills lies the most peculiar... More > country of Europe. Steve Dudek sets off from America to work for a year in the Netherlands. His laboratory job at a Dutch university is fraught with the humorous stumbles of a naive American abroad. Dutch language requires a steady supply of throat lozenges. Dutch cuisine is best procured from a wall. Dutch train stations make for lousy hotels. Along the way, Steve Dudek explores the not-so-far corners of the Netherlands. He pokes into the idiosyncrasies of Dutch life from the clerk offices to the coffeeshops. Don’t install a red light on the porch and don’t take more than one cookie. Adventures in Dutchyland guides those about to move to Holland, sends postcards back to those that rather stay home, and laughs along with those that have bicycled through the low countries—and fallen off.< Less