"...Moon looks for the delightful dishes that are the hallmarks of the Southern take on the traditional staple..." -- Jacksonville Magazine
"In her chatty cookbook, Vicky Moon sketches a culinary road trip from Key West to Washington, D.C." -- Lucretia McDine, Daily Press (Newport News, VA)
"There's more to salad than lettuce and tomatoes. If youve lost sight of that, check out this handy...book..." -- Amie Streater, Pensacola News Journal
"Travel up the coast from Florida to Washington, D.C. bite by bite, salad by salad." -- Lois Friedman, Read It & Eat, New Horizons, August 2003
"Whether the occasion is a Sunday luncheon or a formal dinner party, there is something to suit any event." -- Phoenix Home & Garden
"While its not a traditional beach read, (it) will give you something to whip up your next day trip." -- Florida International Magazine
About the Author
Vicky Moon has chronicled the lives of the rich, the not-so-rich, the famous, and the not-so-famous for more than twenty years. She has covered her hometown of Middleburg, Virginia's local murders and prominent lives for People Magazine and the Washington Post. She has also written about Middleburg's hunt balls, steeplechase races and parties for Town and Country, Millionaire and Southern Accents magazines and has served as a contributing editor for House and Garden. Ms. Moon is the author of The Official Middleburg Life Cookbook, The Middleburg Mystique: A Peek Inside the Gates of Middleburg, Virginia (Capital, 2001); and Best-dressed Southern Salads (Capital, 2002). Vicky lives in Middleburg, Virginia, with her husband, sportswriter Leonard Shapiro, and her son. Find out more about Vicky at www.vickymoon.com.