The Picayune's Creole Cookbook

The Picayune's Creole Cookbook

A reprint of the original 1901 edition.

  • Another relatively unknown author, Kate Chopin was a pinnacle of the local color movement. The Awakening takes place in Victorian New Orleans among the Creole culture. It's a great story of a woman who does not embrace her role ... Another relatively unknown author, Kate Chopin was a pinnacle of the local color movement. The Awakening takes place in Victorian New Orleans among the Creole culture. It's a great story of a woman who does not embrace her role as wife, mother, or her place in society, and wishes to be free. This novel was not received well and even banned when it was written because women were not allowed to think or behave freely, and it was seen as distasteful. It's a great book!

  • I found this while in New Orleans last New Year's...a great addition to any collection. More a coffee table book than anything, but it has great photography and inspiration, as well as a lengthy section on history of cultural infl... I found this while in New Orleans last New Year's...a great addition to any collection. More a coffee table book than anything, but it has great photography and inspiration, as well as a lengthy section on history of cultural influences to the regions cooking. Cajun & Creole are NOT the same thing!

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