Unfortunately, the art of Southern cooking is disappearing. Few people today learn to cook from members of their family. Restaurants in Charleston, Beaufort and around the South Carolina and Georgia coast-line are now filled with graduates of Culinary Art schools who know little of authentic Low Country cooking. Some of the so-called ""Masters of Food"" have taken traditional Southern recipes and added a 21st Century flair to their dishes. While many of the new creations are delicious, the cooking art of the Old South is vanishing as quickly as the Southern blue-blood heritage. The Lost Art of Low Country Cooking is a tribute to my Southern heritage and to the culinary masterpieces of the women and men of the Low Country whose genre of cooking will forever be unique, unmatched, and unforgettable to those whose lips brush the fruits of their labor.
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