The Heritage of Southern Cooking

The Heritage of Southern Cooking

by Camille Glenn
     
 

Good food blesses all, the one who cooks it and the one who eats it.

Raised in the kitchen of her parentsI Kentucky country inn more than 75 years ago, Camille Glenn has run her own cooking school and catering business and writes featured food columns for The Louisville Courier-Journal. In THE HERITAGE OF SOUTHERN COOKING she celebrates the rich Southern

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Good food blesses all, the one who cooks it and the one who eats it.

Raised in the kitchen of her parentsI Kentucky country inn more than 75 years ago, Camille Glenn has run her own cooking school and catering business and writes featured food columns for The Louisville Courier-Journal. In THE HERITAGE OF SOUTHERN COOKING she celebrates the rich Southern tradition of gracious hospitality and sumptuous good food with a lifetime of heirloom favorites, regional specialties, and original dishes.

Praise for THE HERITAGE OF SOUTHERN COOKING

"What a wonderful book. . . . You could almost live on it with its spread of easy and complex, down-home and fancy." (The Washington Post)

"A richly nostalgic book. . . . Filled with an archive of old photographs, the book is as good for looking as for cooking." (Food & Wine)

"Captures the essence of Southern sensibilities." (The Louisville Courier-Journal)

"One can almost see magnolia trees looming in the dusk . . ." (Northwest Gourmet)

A RECIPE SAMPLER

Baby Hot Browns

Hearty Chicken and Ham Gumbo

Kentucky Burgoo

Carolina Silk Snapper Chowder

The HunterIs Veal Stew

Sweet and Tender Pork Roast

Piquant Ham with Juniper Berries

Old Seelbach House Perfect Chicken Hash

Trout a la Marguery

Alabama Deviled Crabmeat

Perfect Pan-Fried Oysters

Vidalia Onion Pie

Old Stone Inn Corn Fritters

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

Luscious Chocolate Cake

CamIs Prune and Spice Cake

Clouds in Chocolate Cream

Florida Everglades Coconut Pie

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780894801174
Publisher:
Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
01/10/1986
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
7.06(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.02(d)

Meet the Author


Raised in the kitchen of her parents' Kentucky country inn, Camille Glenn has run her own cooking school and catering business, and writes food features and columns for the Louisville Courier-Journal. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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