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Screen Doors and Sweet Tea: Recipes and Tales from a Southern Cook

by Martha Hall Foose

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Thank you, Library Mine, for carrying such an array of cookbooks. No way my kitchen could hold all the ones I love. Might be worth an e-reader.... ( )
  kmajort | Feb 9, 2018 |
A nice assortment of unusual, tasty Mississippi-style recipes, pretty photography, and some sweet and amusing Southern ancedotes. Straddles homespun and sophisticated well. ( )
  dele2451 | Jul 3, 2012 |
Unbelievable recipes and the history behind some of them too! The photos are also wonderful and I was very entertained for reading a cook book! ( )
  mchwest | May 4, 2012 |
the recipes I have tried were terrible. Rum Tum Tiddie for one. Only the pickled okra was good. ( )
  kerrlm | Mar 1, 2012 |
Delicious! And, beautiful photography. Mississippi Delta. ( )
  kitchengardenbooks | Jun 4, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307351408, Hardcover)

Gifted chef and storyteller Martha Hall Foose invites you into her kitchen to share recipes that bring alive the landscape, people, and traditions that make Southern cuisine an American favorite.

Born and raised in Mississippi, Foose cooks Southern food with a contemporary flair: Sweet Potato Soup is enhanced with coconut milk and curry powder; Blackberry Limeade gets a lift from a secret ingredient–cardamom; and her much-ballyhooed Sweet Tea Pie combines two great Southern staples–sweet tea and pie, of course–to make one phenomenal signature dessert. The more than 150 original recipes are not only full of flavor, but also rich with local color and characters.

As the executive chef of the Viking Cooking School, teaching thousands of home cooks each year, Foose crafts recipes that are the perfect combination of delicious, creative, and accessible. Filled with humorous and touching tales as well as useful information on ingredients, techniques, storage, shortcuts, variations, and substitutions, Screen Doors and Sweet Tea is a must-have for the American home cook–and a must-read for anyone who craves a return to what cooking is all about: comfort, company, and good eating.

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Presents Southern food with a contemporary twist in more than 150 original recipes for creative dishes that range from sweet potato soup to sweet tea pie, accompanied by personal anecdotes, cooking shortcuts and variations, and tips on ingredients, preparation techniques, and storage.… (more)

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