Who Dat Cookin' [NOOK Book]

Overview

Y'all ready for some real food? The way we fix it in the Bayou State? Down here it's all about the seasoning & the time you take to do it right! From top-notch tailgating to celebratory cocktails! From game-night appetizers to Super Bowl party pleasers! From Lenten seafood to Mardi Gras favorites & rich NOLA desserts! Learn to grill like the champions do! Score a touchdown with the tastiest recipes from the state that 's home to the best eating & the best sports-teams in the world! Whether you're a ...
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Who Dat Cookin'

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Overview

Y'all ready for some real food? The way we fix it in the Bayou State? Down here it's all about the seasoning & the time you take to do it right! From top-notch tailgating to celebratory cocktails! From game-night appetizers to Super Bowl party pleasers! From Lenten seafood to Mardi Gras favorites & rich NOLA desserts! Learn to grill like the champions do! Score a touchdown with the tastiest recipes from the state that 's home to the best eating & the best sports-teams in the world! Whether you're a fan in Ohieaux or Idaheaux... Chicageaux or San Francisceaux... WHO DAT say dey gonna out-cook Louisiana? ... A cookbook with serious Yattitude! YEAH YOU RIGHT!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012500274
  • Publisher: Pontchartrain Press
  • Publication date: 5/14/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 216
  • Sales rank: 1,159,136
  • File size: 236 KB

Meet the Author

New Orleans native, Todd-Michael St. Pierre, has developed recipes for Cooking Light Magazine; his books have have been featured in The Denver Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Baton Rouge Advocate, The Lafayette Advertiser & on AOL Food. Todd-Michael is also author of popular cookbooks like Jambalaya, A Streetcar Named Delicious, Thinner You With a Vampire & A Confederacy of Scrumptious! A major Saints fan he currently lives in Boulder, Coloradeaux, but spreads the love for all things south Louisiana, wherever he goes! You can read more about the author, his cookbooks & children's books at LouisianaBoy.com
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  • Posted May 20, 2011

    Where is the sample?

    I downloaded the sample and it won't open

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  • Posted January 13, 2011

    Excellent Cookbook from an Excellent author!!

    This is the 1st of Todd-Michael St. Pierre cookbooks I have purchased. It is a great south louisiana cookbook!! He really represents New Orleans and all her flair!! The recipes are scrumptious!! I recommend this one and all other cookbooks to. I recommend all of his works from Cookbooks to the Childern's books. Which I also am proud owner of!!!

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  • Posted December 5, 2010

    Great South Louisiana Cookbook!

    This is the first time that I have purchased Todd Michael's books. Originally I bought two for Christmas gifts, then decided I wanted one also. All total I have purchased nine of his cookbooks, many as Christmas gifts (two different ones for myself). I love the names of the recipes in the Who Dat Cooking book and the recipes all sound so good. I have tried one of the recipes so far and it was delicious. Can't wait to try more recipes from it. They all look good. I have also purchased a Street Car Named Delicious and can't wait to see those recipes. If you are interested in good South Louisiana cooking, Who Dat Cooking is the book to buy!!

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  • Posted December 4, 2010

    A Simply Wonderful Collection of South Louisiana Cooking

    Todd-Michael St. Pierre's new cookbook, Who Dat Cookin' is a wonderful treasure. You will find some new recipes and some which may already sound familiar. Mostly what you'll find is that once you start making some of these very tasty creations, you won't be able to wait until you can move on to another new recipe. I found this book so helpful and well put together, I bought not only one for myself, but 8 others to share with friends and family. You will not go wrong with this purchase.

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