Ann's Gilligan's Island Cookbook - Cookbook inspired by the sitcom
GILLIGAN'S ISLAND/CBS/1964-67 in which actress Dawn Wells played a naive country
girl named Mary Ann Summers who shipwrecked on a desert island with six other castaways.
Written by Dawn Wells with the assistance of Ken Beck and Jim Clark (and a
forward by Bob Denver) "Mary Ann's Gilligan's Island Cookbook" (Rutledge Hill
Press, 1993) has chapters on Appetizers, Beverages, Soups, Salads, Breads,
Entrees, Vegetables, Sauces, Desserts, and, of course, Coconut Cream Pies.
book also includes an episode guide for the original series, snippets from the
show's scripts, a short biographical sketch of Dawn Wells, and recipes
contributed by Bob Denver, Russell Johnson, Tina Louise, Alan Hale, Jim Backus
and Natalie Schafer.
Many of the recipes in the book were based on family
recipes handed down by Dawn's mother Evelyn G. Wells and her mother's mother, Grammie Rose.
Here are some of the recipe titles found in the book:
- Professor's Avacado-Stuffed Eggheads
- Mrs. Howell's Imported Caviar Pie
- Hot Ginger Lemonade
- S.S. Minnow Strewn
- Skipper's Navy Bean Soup
- Three-Hour Tour Fruit Salad
- Mrs. Howell's Tea Sandwiches
- Gilligan's Pancakes
- Castaway Zucchini Casserole
- Mr. Howell's Wall Street Walnut Cake
- Mary Ann's Famous Coconut Cream Pie
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