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From "Seasoned in the South" by Bill Smith. Madame Constance was a housemother of a remote youth hostel on the northeastern shore of the St. Lawrence River at Sault-au-Mouton. The recipe calls for cashews but you can use pecans, almonds, pistachios, and hazelnuts.
When Philippa Kingsley decamped to Atlanta, Georgia, from her former home in the Hague (Dutch taste buds were never quite the same again), she did not miss a single “fiddle dee dee” cooking Thai food in America’s deep South.