Captain Murrell's Savory Seafood Recipes: Delicious Concoctions from Historic Murrells Inlet, Seafood Capital of South Carolina
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Y'all, this is a fun cookbook with a lot of downhome seafood cookery. I happen to love both of those things so I'm a huge fan, but read on and I hope you'll agree.
From the Publisher:
Some say Murrells Inlet, South Carolina (just a hop and a skip from Myrtle Beach) was named for a notorious, but benevolent, privateer of the 1700s. In a similar sense of benevolence, this cookbook was written by Wilma and Herm Martin to share their decades long delight in traveling through the Coastal South. In this version, published in May 2000, the Martins share a wealth of delicious recipes like Drunk Jack Island Crab Soup, Murrell's Inlet Crabcakes (with saltine crackers, celery seed, and dry mustard), Gulf Stream Blackened Snapper, Will Daniel's Riverside Catfish Stew, and a wide variety of toppings and sauces for all manner of seafood.
Delicious Concoctions from Historic Murrells Inlet, Seafood Capital of South Carolina
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