I recommend this for anyone who can handle the calories and the banana pudding recipe is worth the price of the book.Published 11 months ago by jacqueline w asbury
NICE RECIPES, USED BOOK PURCHASED IN GREAT CONDITION......SOME RECIPES LOOK PRETTY INTERESTING AND I HAVE EAR-MARKED A FEW I WILL TRY THIS FALL ONCE I AM IN NESTING... Read morePublished 17 months ago by M. Mack
Very fun background for each recipe. I love the passionate sharing of the history for each recipe. I sometimes felt like I lived in New Orleans!Published 17 months ago by Diane O'Neill
I purchased this book as gift for a friend and fortunately one for myself as well. All the recipes I've tried so far have turned out to be uncommonly delicious. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Margaret MacDonald
Seriously. If you love cook books, get this one. You will enjoy it. You will use it. I have often felt that if I get ONE keeper recipe that I use a lot from any cookbook, it was... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Travisw723
I love this book, it is a great addition to any baker's collection and a treasure of New Orleans sweets.Published 21 months ago by Alexandria D.
Beautiful pictures and great recipes - I want to make everything in this and the recipes are simple enough to do that.Published on March 26, 2011 by EBC
Very good cookbook. Gives some history and recipe. Will be making some in future. Makes me want to go to New Oleans.Published on March 15, 2011 by J. R. Mohr