Quail Country


From the Publisher: 

Quail Country preserves the heritage of Southern hospitality known for more than a century in this southwestern corner of Georgia. Within these pages you will find recipes for native wild game, family favorites that have passed through generations, and unique recipes that have combined tastes. This unique collection makes up what is known in the deep South and "Southern cookin'."

About the Author:

In 1931, the Albany Hospital League was founded by one of Albany's discerning citizen's, Mrs. J.C. Keaton, who noticed the city's growth and its need for volunteer services. For 33 years, the Albany Hospital League was a shining example in the Albany community.

On February 3, 1964, the Hospital League officially became the Junior League of Albany, Georgia, Inc. This acceptance made Albany, Georgia the 14th League in the south region, and the 199th member of the Association of Junior Leagues International Inc. (AJLI).

Today, the Junior League of Albany are volunteers, physicians, lawyers, therapists, teachers, homemakers, engineers, nurses; young, not so young, married, single, moms, and so much more. They are a group of intelligent women committed to helping their community. 

Release Date: 1983
Condition: Very good, marks on both front and back inside covers, otherwise like new.