Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Weekend Cooking is hosted by Beth Fish Reads.
Ninety percent of my sizable cookbook collection is Southern, ranging from local church cookbooks to ones penned by culinary icons. So, I was understandably excited to see four new Southern cookbooks coming out this fall, including this first one, by one of my favorite food bloggers:
Southern Plate: Classic Comfort Food That Makes Everyone Feel Like Family
By Christy Jordan
"You won't find fancy food or new fangled recipes in this cookbook; just easy, no fuss Southern favorites because at the end of the day most folks want to come home to a meal just like Mama used to make, prepared by someone who loves them."
By Johnnie Gabriel
"In this follow-up to Cooking in the South, Gabriel serves up Second Helpings of more than 150 delectable Southern recipes."
My Southern Food: A Celebration of the Flavors of the South\
By Devon O'Day
"My Southern Food will take readers and cooks on a mouthwatering journey with photographs, stories, and 200 recipes that make this much more than a traditional cookbook."
The Complete Southern Cookbook: More than 800 of the Most Delicious, Down-Home Recipes
By Tammy Algood
"With more than 800 delicious Southern recipes for over 85 different ingredients, there are plenty of options when your garden is plentiful and your freezer is stocked."