Oriental, NC, February 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- With her trademark sweet tea girl southern charm, Vicki Prescott presents to her readers recipes and stories told in a delightfully humorous light. With over 300 pages, “Sweet Tea Please” features tried and true southern recipes, many of which have been handed down for generations. Old recipes such as Hog Killin’ Stew, Chocolate Sop and Cheese Biscuits interspersed with new ones like Pamlico Paella and Oh Baby Shrimp Scampi, make “Sweet Tea Please” a standout from other regional cookbooks. When asked about the appeal of “Sweet Tea Please”, she smiled broadly and said, “This book is a must for anyone who loves southern coastal food and those who grew up in the south, or just wished that they had.” You can’t help but smile when you read about her sweet tea girls, Saturday night and Sunday morning singing and Neuse River shrimping trips.
Vicki Prescott grew up in Pamlico County and still resides there today. She, along with her husband, Bobby, were the original owners of the Trawl Door Restaurant in Oriental. Her love of cooking started at an early age, mesmerized by her Grandmother’s gifted skills in the kitchen. A self taught artist and member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, Vicki has perfected her skills cooking and catering for family and special events and considers her talents in the kitchen an art form in itself.
“Sweet Tea Please” can be purchased directly from Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and area retailers. Vicki will be at the New Bern Farmer’s Market on Sunday, February 24th from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. selling and signing her book. For further information about “Sweet Tea Please” you may contact Vicki Prescott at 252.249.0937, 252.229.0826 or firstname.lastname@example.org.