Cooking From: Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking by Nathalie Dupree
I picked this up this week and would love to cook from it with anyone else who is interested. I love that the recipes from scratch, and don't rely on canned or packaged products like so many Southern recipes do.
In case someone doesn't have the book yet, I am posting links to news articles that feature some recipes
From The Advocate ( Baton Rouge newspaper) features her quick and easy cinnamon apple cobbler recipe
A Spiced Peach interview with her Squash Casserole recipe
Knoxnews.com with her Classic Caramel Cake recipe
I'm open to also including her other cookbooks.
Well, yum, that Classic Caramel Cake looks good. I have this book, but have not cooked from it yet.
Just sticking my toe in so that I know when to find it when I cook from the book.
Thank you, Rasputina, for starting the thread!
I just got the Kindle version of this book. (It was only $9, so I thought I'd check it out and then spring for the hardcover if I like it.) I just skimmed through quickly, but already saw several things I want to try!