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But Mama Always Put Vodka in Her Sangria!: Adventures in Eating, Drinking, and Making Merry Paperback – June 10, 2014
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“If this doesn't make you hungry, and thirsty, call the doctor, you are sick.” ―Roy Blount Jr.
“Julia Reed is on the loose again, this time discoursing as savvily and fearlessly and hilariously as always on the unquestionable superiority of Southern cookery, the social status of the gin martini, Spanish paprika, and a few dozen other matters of some urgency. With each collection of essays, ‘Miss Julia' just gets better and better, a voice that never loses its originality, freshness, and supreme wit.” ―James Villas, author of Pig: King of the Southern Table, and Crazy for Casseroles
About the Author
JULIA REED is a contributing editor at Garden & Gun, where she writes the magazine's "The High & the Low" column. She is the author of Ham Biscuits, Hostess Gowns, and Other Southern Specialties, Queen of the Turtle Derby and Other Southern Phenomena, and The House on First Street, My New Orleans Story. Reed lives in New Orleans.
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The stories that go along with the recipes are entertaining and engaging - makes you want to hang out with her for any weekend or event
I bought the silver punchbowl just because I HAD to start making the Christmas Eggnog, when it was featured in a Garden and Gun issue years ago. Was time to get the book it came from!
Love it and its in the cookbook stand this month to cook from,
I love to cook and eat and drink.
I love the peculiarities of the south and grew up in the same time period.
Since these were originally essays, there is a slightly disjointed feel to the book, and, of course, this is not deep and challenging reading. And most of the name dropping whizzes right over my head. But what fun! I feel like I've been on vacation after reading this book.