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Bon Appetit, Y'all: Recipes and Stories from Three Generations of Southern Cooking Hardcover – May 6, 2008
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It is a beautiful book which I am enjoying reading and looking through. Virginia's voice is strong and clear as I read and I thank her from the bottom of my heart for the crust of that cobbler. I look forward to already promised biscuits and hopefully many many other kitchen events. "Yes Honey, I will go get real butter." Can you believe it, delicious cobbler in less than 24 hours! Buy this book now and just put it on the table. If he or she loves you, you might get cobbler too.
For any of us who spent any time at all standing on a stool or chair at the kitchen counter to cook alongside an older member of the family, Virginia's beautifully written and photographed new book is a poignant reminder that time spent in the kitchen with a child is doubly precious. Virginia reminds us that the kitchen is a place where we hand down stories, traditions, and a small part of our legacy in a uniquely wonderful environment. No other place in the world is quite like your mother's or Grandmother's kitchen - only there does love meet food in way that stays with you forever.
Food wise, Virginia serves up the both of best worlds: straight up old school southern classics like you wished your mama made (or if you are lucky soul, maybe she did), and her signature New South outlook derived from a wonderful fusion of her southern upbringing in her grandmother's kitchen and her classical French training.
Bon Appétit Ya'll is a lovely tribute to Virginia's southern legacy firmly based in the here and now. I heartily recommend you take this lovely walk; you'll enjoy it immensely.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I liked this book and will cook from it. I enjoy reading cookbooks, like novels, and found this one satisfying. Old fashioned cooking, modernized, but still rich. Read morePublished 12 days ago by wildsage
I grew up in the south and some of these recipes I have never heard of. This is not your typical southern cook book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Panthera
I really liked the introduction and history of each recipe.
I'm from the South, so I can tell you the roots of these recipes are indeed Southern... Read more
I think this author's grandmother knew mine. But the combination of the added French suggestions add a new kind of variety. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Caroline Summersett
I'm not really into Southern cooking, but I have a client I'm trying to fatten up a bit. As a Holistic Health Counselor I always improve on the ingredients for most recipes to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book feels like sitting at your kitchen table sifting through all of your favorite recipes. A few from family, a few from gourmet magazine clippings and a few secrets. Yum!Published 2 months ago by Pamela Thornton
My daughter gave me this book two years ago; and I have loved every recipe from it!
Since then, I have purchased her second cookbook and have sent this one to two
of my... Read more