Sylvia Woods, born in Hemingway, South Carolina, started the world-famous Sylvia's Restaurant in 1963 and opened a second restaurant in Atlanta in 1997. She owned a line of canned and bottled food products that is sold in supermarkets across the country.
Ive had this book for a good two years now. I love this book not only for the holidays but to try different things every now and then on regular dinner nights as wellPublished 24 days ago by Kiana McGlory
Certainly not what I expected. More stories about the family than actual recipes. The ones that are illustrated are bland and basic. I'm very disappointed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kenneth grier
I used to live in New York City and Sylvia's cooking is legendary and reminiscent of the Deep South cooking style. So strong and stick to the ribs recipes. Very good bookPublished 1 month ago by Lisa B.
This is more than just a cookbook; this is also a history book of sorts. It's a condensed compilation of this family's milestones. I'm enjoying it & I believe you would as well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DeniseJ Holder
Many dishes that are both familiar (especially in multi-generational families) and easy to prepare. This cookbook can be a