Plantation Celebrations - Chef John Folse »»»Published: October 21, 2009

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  • Southern hospitality isn't just a phrase, it's a tradition.

Come with us to a land where moss hangs thick from majestic oaks. A land where the scent of magnolias permeates the warm breezes and the aromas of family recipes are absolutely beguiling. It's a place where Southern hospitality isn't just a phrase, it's a tradition.

Take a trip back in time to days long past in the Old South. These episodes travel to the plantations of our state and treat you to such unique excursions as a picnic under century-old oak trees and a view of a bayou while enjoying planter's punch and drop biscuits.And you'll learn some fascinating facts about the Civil War from guests in authentic uniforms and dresses.

Since Southern hospitality is, indeed, a real tradition, Chef Folse shares more of his delicious recipes that viewers can use to entertain wherever they may be. How about a steaming bowl of shrimp and okra gumbo, crabmeat-stuffed chicken breasts, and a slice of warm cane river pound cake? Sound appetizing?

That's just the beginning as you experience these programs which are as much of a delight for your sight as they are for your senses of taste and smell. Won't you join us?

  

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