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Feb 1, 2008 05:14 AM

February 2008 Cookbook of the Month: Frank Stitt’s Southern Table

Welcome to the links thread for the February 2008 Cookbooks of the Month,Frank Stitt’s Southern Table. You may wish to bookmark this thread for future reference, as it contains links to all the other threads for this cookbook.

Here's the thread for general discussion, recipe planning, links, and previous picks and pans:

Here are the links for full length recipe reviews. Please select the appropriate one.

Southern Traditions:

A Little Something to Start:

First Courses:

Fish & Shellfish:

Farm Birds & Game Birds:



. . . and Something Sweet to Finish:


Happy Cooking!

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  1. Thank you, JoanN. I know I speak for all of us when I say that we so appreciate your hard work.

    1. Thanks for everything you've done as coordinator, JoanN! There were some great books and discussion during your term. I look forward to delving into Stitt's book this month since I do own it and haven't made that much from it. Cheers!

      1. I just sent Frank Stitt's wife, Pardis, a note about the book being our cookbook of the month. Maybe we'll get personal input. I do not know either of them personally, I am not affiliated with the restaurant other than being a major fan. We are both members of Slow Foods and she heads up the Birmingham chapter. Hopefully I'll get a return visit next month on my way to Atlanta.

        1. Awesome...I live in Bham, and I always enjoy eating at Franks restaurants! And have read his cookbook, and it is a great book. If you are ever in the area any of his 3 restaurants are worth a stop.

          1. I spotted reference to Frank Stitts book in an article in Food and Wine Magazine. My Daughter in law is from Birmingham she confirmed that Frank Stitt was a passionate chef. To my surprise for my birthday I got an autographed Southern Table book and have put it to good use since. In a word...wonderful!

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            1. re: Ichewonthis

              How nice - any particular favorite recipes that you'd recommend trying?