For over fifty years, the Pirates House Restaurant has been
a culinary institution for Savannahians and visitors alike. Begun in 1950
as a two room tea house, the restaurant expanded to a maze of 23 connected
dining rooms under the direction of Herb Traub, who was the owner for thirty
five years. Under Traubs guidance, the Pirates House achieved
national recognition as one of Americas finest restaurants.
Of course, the heart of any consistently successful restaurant is its food.
The Pirates House Cookbook contains recipes for the restaurants
most popular dishes as well as offerings from some of Savannahs finest
cooks. Since its publication in 1982, over 65,000 copies have been sold. In
its newly published 9th edition, the Pirates House Cook Book is
available in hard cover for the first time.
With southern cuisine and seafood are the focus, the cook book is filled
with easy to follow recipes from appetizers through deserts. You can prepare
one as part of your meal or create a delicious southern-style dinner from
start to finish. You can also learn how to give an oyster roast and how to
set up a bar for 50 guests.
You can view the Table of Contents,
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the book online. You can even check out some sample
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