Lowcountry Lore

Haunts, Hags and Plat-eyes
  • 82 Pages
  • 4.90 MB
  • English
Greene Pub
Short Stories (single author), Fi
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11773287M
ISBN 100970302533
ISBN 139780970302533

Lowcountry Lore: Haunts, Hags, And Plat-eyes is a book written about apparitions roaming upon the earth in the rural southern region of South Carolina. The apparitions includes hags, haunts and plat-eyes.

The stories are spooky, chilling and spellbinding.

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The book contains eighteen short stories which focus on the three different kinds of /5(5). “This authentic collection Lowcountry Lore book recipes is a hymn of praise not only to Gullah food but also to the ancient traditions of the West African culture still lingering in the Lowcountry of the American South.” ―Cassandra King Conroy, author of The Same Sweet Girls “Deliciously filled with mouthwatering recipes and heartfelt stories, this book is a cultural testament to genuine home 5/5(3).

A Siren's Song - Lowcountry Lore, Charleston, South Carolina. 50 likes. Two blogs written by Sarah A Perlitz. One, "Lowcountry Lore" involving the inexplicable, spiritual & Followers: Lowcountry Lore, LLC is a South Carolina Limited-Liability Company filed on August 3, The company's filing status is listed as Good Standing.

The Registered Agent on file for this company is Dorothy Witham George and is located at Paul Revere Court, Charleston, SC Founded: This was a beautiful, delicious, and cultural recipe book. I loved learning about the history, family stories, and lore of the island, too. I didn't make anything, even though I wanted to, but if I lived close to the ocean or a bay where I could get fresh fish every day, I'd be buying this recipe book and cooking like crazy!/5.

Charleston: Haunts, History and Folklore, Charleston, South Carolina. likes 3 talking about this. Charleston, South Carolina, Holy City, Historic City, Haunted City.

Join us we explore the Followers: Pullin'pots (Southern Blue Crab and Lowcountry Lore) by Branning Pat (ISBN: ); Published by Branning Publishing, Oct Compare book prices on to buy books from the lowest price among top online book retailers. For this book, she offers up a feast of options for serving the South's esteemed blue crab and introduces you to her talented friends along the way.

With descriptions so vivid, Pullin' Pots will have you smelling the great salt marsh of our Coastal South and tasting succulent salt-tinged crab cakes simmering in a cast iron : Pat Branning.

Sallie Ann Robinson is the author of Gullah Home Cooking the Daufuskie Way: Smokin’ Joe Butter Beans, Ol’ ’Fuskie Fried Crab Rice, Sticky-Bush Blackberry Dumpling, and Other Sea Island Favorites and Cooking the Gullah Way, Morning, Noon, and Night and coauthor of Daufuskie is a sixth-generation Gullah born on Daufuskie Island in South Brand: University Press of Florida.

Food and Family Lore from the Lowcountry. Sallie Ann Robinson. Hardcover: $ “A book to treasure as both a cultural history Lowcountry Lore book and a tempting cookbook.

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Robinson attracts with her recipes, but sets the hook with her immersive descriptions of a unique American place and time, noting that ‘One of the best ways to remember. Tales of the Lowcountry. Tales of the Lowcountry. Historical Tours.

We offer a two hour walking tour or a one hour air conditioned van tour jam packed with over years of history, folktales, and hollywood lore surrounding our beloved Beaufort by the sea. Ticket Prices.

per adult. Some food lore states the dish was created by Richard Gay, of the Gay Seafood Company, who was on National Guard duty in Beaufort in the s, but my instinct tells me that this is one of those rustic dishes of that simply came into being many, many years ago.

Lore credits the original recipe to Richard Gay, of Gay Fish Company, who hailed from Frogmore on St. Helena Island, deep in the heart of the Sea Island Gullah community. Unlike its distant coastal cousins bouillabaisse and cioppino, a. The book was closed Wednesday on a remarkable chapter of Lowcountry lore.

The Estill Book Club ended its th year with a sprightly discussion of books, notable quotes and current events, with. I love this Lowcountry legend and lore, well knowing that the truth is often much stranger than any fiction we can imagine. Having said that, enjoy this A-to-Z exploration of all things voodoo, at.

Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank's Carolina Lowcountry in this evocative tale that returns at long last to her beloved Sullivan's Island. Captivated by the island's alluring natural charms and inspired by colorful Lowcountry lore—lively stories of Blackbeard and his.

THE MEMORY OF WATER speaks directly to the heart and will linger in yours long after you’ve read the final page. I loved this book!” —Susan Crandall, Award-winning author “A heart-felt and emotional tale, THE MEMORY OF WATER is a Perf a book readers will savor and bring to mind long after they have turned the last page.”.

A good book makes a great holiday present, and a book by a local author is even better. Give someone you love the gift of learning about the Lowcountry this holiday season. “Vivid: Living Life In Full Color” BY JEFFREY KEEFER. After Jeffrey Keefer was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, he developed an interest in photography and poetry.

Lowcountry Christmas A-Z is an easy read and a great hostess gift or gift for that person who wonders why we rave so much about the wonders of why we live down here on the coast.

While there are many oversized, coffee table books on Christmas around, this small, intimate, friendly, fun, and pretty book is just a charming new addition to anyone. Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen: Food and Family Lore from the Lowcountry Sallie Ann Robinson. Univ. Press of Florida, $28 (p) ISBN.

In The Food, Folklore and Art of Lowcountry Cooking, Dabney takes readers on a tour of the various regions of the Southern Lowcountry including Charleston, Beaufort, and Savannah.

In this tour, he offers traditional recipes, first-hand history and lore, and stories from long-time residents and high-end chefs alike.

Not Quite Dead: A Lowcountry Mystery - Ebook written by Lyla Payne. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

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Charles Fraser’s Book of Precedents,was apparently handwritten by Charleston miniaturist Fraser as a reference work for his legal studies.

Compiled mostly fromthe book contains copies of writs, pleas and judgments and includes cases adjudicated fromalmost all of which were heard in Charleston district courts. Lowcountry Leisure Guide.

FREE at more than locations in the Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, Beaufort and Savannah areas. The guide provides a comprehensive view of what these locations have to offer in the way of shopping, dining, activities and events. The website will lend itself to the lore and legend of oystering and as a pathway for site visitors to learn more about the special Lowcountry environment.

“The fun will help support a fund, the (c)(3) philanthropic arm — the SC Lowcountry Oyster Trail Fund – at the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry. In her third cookbook, Sallie Ann Robinson brings readers to the dinner table in South Carolina’s Lowcountry.

Born and raised on the small, remote island of Daufuskie, Robinson shares the food and foodways from her Gullah upbringing.

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Rentz: Seed of 'Minnow' grows deeply in Lowcountry lore Throughout the book, the boy remains resilient by thinking of his sick father, reviewing the advice he's received, using every outdoor. David Schirduan’s RPG is infused with Lowcountry lore. Tools. Share on Facebook and Pathfinder, Lowcountry Crawl is a historical fiction RPG adventure book, rooted in Author: Michael Pham.

Not Quite True: A Lowcountry Mystery - Ebook written by Lyla Payne. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Not Quite True: A Lowcountry Mystery/5(13). Dorothea Benton Frank takes readers on an emotional journey deep into the heart of her beloved South Carolina Lowcountry. In PORCH LIGHTS, she conjures the magic and mystery in the wild shores, misty dunes, gentle salt breezes, and rainbow sunsets of the enchanted Sullivan’s Island, where three generations of a family will discover the indelible.

Sallie Ann Robinson's Kitchen (Hardcover) Food and Family Lore from the Lowcountry. By Sallie Ann Robinson. University Press of Florida,pp. Publication Date: Septem Local Lore Some of these stories have been told for so many generations that the fiction has become fact.

This holiday season, treat visiting family and fr is a nod to the importance of the nautical community that lives and works here in the Lowcountry. A compass rose accurately interprets nautical charts.

To book an outing with Outside. The flavors of the Lowcountry are steeped in Gullah lore with a mixture of French and European influences.

What all of them celebrate is a seafood-based, vegetable rich palette of tastes that are indigenous to the area. Here are our list of the best lunches in Hilton Head that showcase the unique Lowcountry style of cooking.