Deep South Staples: or How to Survive in a Southern Kitchen Without a Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup



A Lively Cookbook For Southerners Who Wish To Recapture The Tastes, Smells, And Memories Of Their Youth And For Fans Of Southern Cooking Everywhere Food In The South Is A Religion Yet The Problem With A Lot Of Southern Cooking Is The Ever Present Can Of Cream Of Mushroom Soup In This Lively, Humorous Cookbook, Robert St John Shows Southerners And All Fans Of The Cuisine How To Indulge In The Ideas And Tastes That Inspired Southern Cooking, Without Resorting To Ingredients Like That Canned Soup In The Recipe The Classic Dishes Are All Here They Just Taste Better Sections Include Cocktail Party Fare, Funeral Food, Breakfasts, Salads And Soups, Summer Suppers, Cakes, Vegetables, Chitlins, Desserts, Sides, And Much Recipes Include Buttermilk Chicken, Pecan Crusted Redfish, Fried Catfish, Cajun Popcorn, Corn Fritters, And Lots Of Other Southern Classics.Deep South Staples: or How to Survive in a Southern Kitchen Without a Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup

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[Reading] ➿ Deep South Staples: or How to Survive in a Southern Kitchen Without a Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup By Robert St. John – Tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Deep South Staples: or How to Survive in a Southern Kitchen Without a Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
  • Robert St. John
  • English
  • 27 December 2018
  • 9781401308384

10 thoughts on “Deep South Staples: or How to Survive in a Southern Kitchen Without a Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup

  1. says:

    Love this book

  2. says:

    Not only is this a fabulous cookbook of southern staples Robert St John also includes memories of his days in the kitchen with his wife, mother, grandma, etc His recollections are so endearing and funnyreally makes for a fabulous cookbook that you can really truly read Just take this quote, The first time I ate my wife s scrambled eggs was during the first breakfast she ever cooked for me It was early in our ma...

  3. says:

    A Hattiesburg, MS chef of three award winning restaurants tackles for down home Southern favorites Fried Chicken, Deviled Eggs, Biscuits, etc as well as generally American favorites Meatloaf, Pot Roast, Salad Dressings Well laid out and con...

  4. says:

    I bought this book for the anecdotes that go with each recipe, not the recipes themselves.

  5. says:

    This should really be a comedy book I laughed so hard I cried As did my mother in law husband

  6. says:

    A cornbread recipe so good that it breaks hearts.

  7. says:

    This book is comprised of the funny recollections of the author s southern upbringing with a sprinkling of southern comfort food recipes before each chapter Sigh.I miss Georgia.

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