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Delilah's Everyday Soul: Southern Cooking With Style

by Delilah Winder

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In Delilah’s Everyday Soul, chef Delilah Winder shares the Southern-inspired recipes that helped earn her the devotion of many, including television’s Oprah Winfrey, the NFL’s Donovan McNabb, and music’s Patti LaBelle. Sharing more than 100 of her favorite recipes and the stories behind them, Delilah reaches back to her roots and forward to future generations of soul food lovers with her fun, eclectic recipes. For Delilah, Southern food comes from the heart and touches the soul. The recipes in Delilah's Everyday Soul are arranged by occasion and accented with special memories, tips, and suggestions for preparing and serving. They feature traditional soul food like Delilah’s delectable fried chicken and strawberry lemonade, and also include more modern renditions of the fare, plus alternative ingredients for those who want to try healthier versions of the spectacular recipes.… (more)
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If you want to learn more about southern cooking then this is the right book for you. It includes almost all the recipes that the South is famous for and the author, whose passion for cooking is contagious, does a good job presenting the different recipes with entertaining anecdotes of her own.
However, if you are looking for some healthy and quick recipes then maybe you should get a different cookbook. The author doesn't give any calorie counts or preparation times. What she does give you are some delicious and sometimes indulgent recipes. This book was clearly written for the love of food not to watch your waistline.

My only complaint is that some of the recipes didn't seem to have the right measures. For example the famous Maccaroni and Cheese Recipe(which btw won an award on the Oprah Show) called for one 9x13 pan and states that it serves 6-8 people. Well, when I made it, I came out with THREE 9x 13 pans of maccaroni and cheese ( I should have probably been alerted when I had to buy 5lb of cheese:D ) . I ended up giving the mac and cheese to some of my friends and family. And everybody confirmed that it was the best Mac and Cheese ever! So just use some common sense when you look at the amount of ingredients versus the serving size. ( )
  Lilac_Lily01 | Feb 26, 2009 |
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In Delilah’s Everyday Soul, chef Delilah Winder shares the Southern-inspired recipes that helped earn her the devotion of many, including television’s Oprah Winfrey, the NFL’s Donovan McNabb, and music’s Patti LaBelle. Sharing more than 100 of her favorite recipes and the stories behind them, Delilah reaches back to her roots and forward to future generations of soul food lovers with her fun, eclectic recipes. For Delilah, Southern food comes from the heart and touches the soul. The recipes in Delilah's Everyday Soul are arranged by occasion and accented with special memories, tips, and suggestions for preparing and serving. They feature traditional soul food like Delilah’s delectable fried chicken and strawberry lemonade, and also include more modern renditions of the fare, plus alternative ingredients for those who want to try healthier versions of the spectacular recipes.

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