Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking

Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking

6 oranges, plus rind 1 recipe Caramel Sauce (facing) Before peeling the oranges, grate the rind, leaving no white attached to the rind, using a grater or a microplane, or peel strips with a potato peeler and slice into thin julienne ...

Author: Nathalie Dupree

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

ISBN: 9781423623168

Category: Cooking

Page: 720

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Through more than 600 recipes and hundreds of step-by-step photographs, Dupree and Graubart make it easy to learn the techniques for creating the South’s fabulous cuisine. From basics such as cleaning vegetables and scrubbing a country ham, to show-off skills like making a soufflé and turning out the perfect biscuit—all are explained and pictured with clarity and plenty of stories that entertain. Traditional Southern recipes and ingredients are also given modern twists to make them relevant for today’s healthy lifestyle.
Categories: Cooking

The Habits of Good Society

The Habits of Good Society

But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice , and its own sugar too , is one that can scarcely be taught in a book . IIowever , let us go to dinner , and I will soon tell you whether you are a well - bred man or not ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433081957577

Category: Etiquette

Page: 435

View: 823

Categories: Etiquette

Sensible Etiquette and Good Manners of the Best Society to which is Added The Art of Writing

Sensible Etiquette and Good Manners of the Best Society     to which is Added The Art of Writing

Most fresh fruit too is eaten with the natural prongs , but when you have peeled an orange or apple , you should cut it with the aid of the fork , unless you can succeed in breaking it . Apropos of which I may hint that no epicure ever ...

Author: Jane Aster (pseud.)

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89098851884

Category: Etiquette

Page: 465

View: 167

Categories: Etiquette

Martine s Hand book of Etiquette and Guide to True Politeness

Martine s Hand book of Etiquette and Guide to True Politeness

Apropos of which, I may hint that no epicure ever yet put a knife to an apple, and that an orange should be peeled with a spoon. But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice, and its own sugar too, is one that can ...

Author: Arthur Martine

Publisher: Applewood Books

ISBN: 9781557094292

Category: Reference

Page: 167

View: 644

A guide to etiquette that was used right after the Civil War. Recommended by the Confederate Yankee.
Categories: Reference

The Polite Gentlemen s Guide to Proper Etiquette

The Polite Gentlemen s Guide to Proper Etiquette

But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice, and its own sugar too, is one that can scarcely be taught in a book. “However, let us go to dinner, and I will soon tell you whether you are a well-bred man or not; ...

Author: Cecil B. Hartley

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781632209030

Category: Reference

Page: 222

View: 114

From advice on how to treat ladies to how to behave at a party this handy 19th-century guidebook will delight readers with it's entertaining nuggets of wisdom.Ever wondered what to do in polite society if you find an insect in your food? Or how a gentleman should ask a lady to dance? And what on earth is the etiquette for smoking cigars? First published in 1860, this classic guide to gentlemanly behavior is a veritable mine of information and indispensable advice for aspiring gentlemen. No matter if a man finds himself at home, in the street, or in a place of amusement, he has but to leaf through this book to learn how best to behave, and indeed how not to behave. And if he can find time between his numerous invitations to balls and hunting parties, he could benefit from a perusal of the sections on gentlemanly deportment and conversational technique. Not forgetting, of course, the all-important advice on how to treat ladies, surely an integral part of any true gentleman's training.
Categories: Reference

Martine s Perfect Letter Writer

Martine s Perfect Letter Writer

Apropos of which , I may hint that no epicure ever yet put a knife to an apple , and that an orange should be peeled with a spoon . But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice , and its own sugar too , is one that ...

Author: Arthur Martine

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951002284257E

Category: Etiquette

Page: 373

View: 575

Categories: Etiquette

Martine s Hand Book of Etiquette

Martine s Hand Book of Etiquette

But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice, and its own sugar too, is one that can scarcely be taught in a book. "However, let us go to dinner, and I will soon tell you whether you are a well-bred man or not; ...

Author: Arthur Martine

Publisher: The Floating Press

ISBN: 9781776530915

Category: Self-Help

Page: 154

View: 632

Looking to brush up your table manners or bolster your confidence in formal social settings? Look no further than Arthur Martine's indispensable Martine's Hand-Book of Etiquette. From carving meats to behaving properly at weddings, this comprehensive guide has an easy-to-remember tip for virtually every situation.
Categories: Self-Help

The Gentlemen s Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness

The Gentlemen s Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness

But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice, and its own sugar too, is one that can scarcely be taught in a book. “However, let us go to dinner, and I will soon tell you whether you are a well-bred man or not; ...

Author: Cecil B. Hartley

Publisher: GENERAL PRESS

ISBN: 9788180320361

Category: Self-Help

Page: 475

View: 426

This book provides rules for the etiquette to be observed in the street, at table, in the ball room, evening party, and morning call; with full directions for polite or respondence, dress, conversation, manly exercises, and accomplishments. Man was not intended to live like a bear or a hermit, apart from others of his own nature, and, philosophy and reason will each agree with me, that man was born for sociability and finds his true delight in society. Society is a word capable of many meanings, and used here in each and all of them. Society, par excellence; the world at large; the little clique to which he is bound by early ties; the companionship of friends or relatives; even society tete a tete with one dear sympathizing soul, are pleasant states for a man to be in. All in all this is a great book on etiquette. A great place to learn the rules of etiquette.
Categories: Self-Help

The Polite Ladies Guide to Proper Etiquette

The Polite Ladies  Guide to Proper Etiquette

But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice, and its own sugar too, is one that can scarcely be taught in a book. “However, let us go to dinner, and I will soon tell you whether you are a well-bred man or not; ...

Author: Arthur Martine

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781632209047

Category: Reference

Page: 200

View: 876

A complete manual for those who desire to understand the rules of good breeding, the customs of good society, and to avoid incorrect and vulgar habits. Such as: Clear and Comprehensive Directions for Correct Manners, Dress, and Conversation; Instructions for Good Behavior at Dinner Parties, and the Table, with Hints on the Art of Carving and Taking Wine at Table Together with the Etiquette of the Ball and Assembly Room, Evening Parties Deportment in the Street and when Traveling And the Usages to be Observed when Visiting or Receiving Calls In addition to this readers will also master the etiquette of courtship, marriage, domestic duties, and fifty-six rules to be observed in general society.
Categories: Reference

Modern Etiquettes for Boys Youngmen

Modern Etiquettes for Boys   Youngmen

But the art of peeling an orange so as to hold its own juice, and its own sugar too, is one that can scarcely be taught in a book.” However, let us go to dinner, and I will soon tell you whether you are a well-bred man or not; ...

Author: Arnel Frankl

Publisher: Epitome Books

ISBN: 9789380297064

Category: Boys

Page: 230

View: 406

Man is a social animal and he finds his true delight in society. The Youngman who makes his first entrance into society should know how to choose his friends and conduct himself towards them. Experience is, of course, the best guide, but at first starting this must come second hand-from an older friend or from books. A judicious friend is the best guide, but how is the young man to know whom to choose? Naturally he opts for the second option, the books. And this book serves this purpose. It offers invaluable instructions regarding how to behave in the society-from dress code to dating etiquettes, from greeting capsules to kissing etiquettes, from ballroom etiquettes to the etiquettes of travelling, and much more. Read the book and explore the delightful world of gentlemanly etiquettes.
Categories: Boys