|Cora Tyson's glazed carrots|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
When Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was organizing civil rights protests in the summer of 1964 in St. Augustine, Cora Tyson was in her 40s.
King stayed in her Lincolnville home several times that summer, and though she cooked steak and potatoes for him, they generally went untouched. He spent most of his time planning protest activities, Tyson said.
“He liked iced tea, though” she said. “I made three pitchers in the morning, and they were gone at the end of the night. If I had a little mint, I’d put a little mint in there, too.”
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