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Presenting Sea Island’s Soul of the South – Recipes, History & Traditions, by Sarah Anschutz Hunt. Sea Island and The Broadmoor, sister properties, have come together to create a beautiful duo of books that encompass not only each resort’s favorite recipes, but are also remarkably rich in history and traditions.

Available in all Sea Island retail shops.

About the Author

Sarah Anschutz Hunt is a Colorado native who loves spending time with her family at Sea Island. Sarah holds a degree in American History from Princeton University and a J.D. from Stanford Law School. She has contributed articles to several art historical publications and currently serves as Director of the American Museum of Western Art and Board Chair of the Kent Denver School, both in Denver, Colorado. A mother of four, she greatly enjoys cooking for (and with) her husband and children, playing tennis, and is a lifelong distance runner. This is her first cookbook.

Soul of the South Tradition Highlight

Family Times


A relaxed, shared meal is a simple pleasure many families don’t hav the opportunity to enjoy often enough. Between work obligations, extracurricular activities, and our generally hectic lives, the nightly family dinner is a tradition that unfortunately has gone by the wayside in many American households.

Not on Sea Island. The days are packed—or at least as busy as you’d like for them to be—but the evenings typically unfold at a gentler pace. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that the wind typically lays down at sunset, making the water calm, still, and reflective.

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