From Black Tie To Blackeyed Peas
Savannah's hospitality has not changed since William Gaston was president of the Planter's Bank during the heyday of the cotton boom. He was known both for his philanthropy and generosity as a host. It was said that no stranger came to Savannah who was not welcome at Mr. Gaston's bountiful board.
The Gaston spirit lives today in this vibrant city known as the Hostess City of the South. Now its vintage cooks have shared their savory secrets From Black Tie to Blackeyed Peas. This collection of recipes, published by St-Joseph's Foundation of Savannah, Inc. along with Vic's Co-Owner Dr. Irving Victor, takes you on a stroll through historic Savannah from Savory Beginnings to secret endings.