Quarantine Cooking: Blueberry Pound Cake from Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

Our "Quarantine Cooking" series continues with Blueberry Pound Cake from Sallie Ann Robinson's Kitchen! Marthe Walters, UPF managing editor, gave this recipe a try. Marthe's comments: My daughter and I made the Blueberry Pound Cake from Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen: Food and Family Lore from the Lowcountry. We ran out of blueberries and eggs, so … Continue reading Quarantine Cooking: Blueberry Pound Cake from Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

Quarantine Cooking: Gullah Chicken Gumbo from Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

Tired of all the boxed quarantine snacks? Sian Hunter, UPF senior acquisitions editor, mixed up her quarantine fare with this Gullah Chicken Gumbo from Sallie Ann Robinson's Kitchen.  Here's why Sian chose this recipe: I chose this recipe because it sounded comforting. That I had most of the ingredients on hand was plus. Finding okra … Continue reading Quarantine Cooking: Gullah Chicken Gumbo from Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

“Robinson is an inviting and charming guide, as she introduces classic seafood-focused recipes for salads (shrimp, tomato, and red onion), sides (seafood fried rice with crabmeat, oysters, and shrimp), and basic mains such as a blue crab stew, crispy fried grouper, or shrimp and blue crab burgers. . . . This delightful cookbook also serves … Continue reading Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

The Denmark Vesey Affair

Read TIME magazine's review of The Denmark Vesey Affair . “Brilliantly conceptualized, exhaustively researched, and eloquently written, it is a gold mine for anyone interested in America's ongoing dilemma with slavery and race.”—John Stauffer, author of Giants: The Parallel Lives of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln “This stunning and magisterial documentary history accumulates and analyzes much evidence never … Continue reading The Denmark Vesey Affair

Unequal Freedoms

“Ambitious and convincing. This is the first examination of the role of European immigrants in the most southern of U.S. cities and the way that they and their ethnic children conformed to or dissented from the norms of the dominant white Southern culture.”—Walter D. Kamphoefner, author of The Westfalians: From Germany to Missouri “Demonstrates the … Continue reading Unequal Freedoms

February Review Roundup: FABruary Features

Our fabulous authors have been featured in nearly 100 reviews and articles this month. Take a look at just a few highlights below! . Unwind spotlighted two of our recent cookbooks. The magazine recommended Mango by Jen Karetnick "for all those that love this sweet, tropical fruit--or are overwhelmed by a ripe tree in their yard" and deemed it "the definitive … Continue reading February Review Roundup: FABruary Features

Stinking Stones and Rocks of Gold

Stinking Stones and Rocks of Gold: Phosphate, Fertilizer, and Industrialization in Postbellum South Carolina By Shepherd W. McKinley From our New Perspectives on the History of the South series comes the first ever book on the role of phosphates in the South Carolina plantation economy. In this top-down, bottom-up history, Shepherd McKinley shows how phosphate … Continue reading Stinking Stones and Rocks of Gold