Southern Living A Southern Gentleman's Kitchen

Adventures in Cooking, Eating, and Living in the New South

Author: Matt Moore

Publisher: Southern Living

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 288

View: 306

Today, in addition to being chivalrous, honest, and generous, a Southern gentleman is socially connected, well-traveled, and has an appetite for life. In this part-cookbook and part-guidebook, Matt Moore embraces a fresh perspective on what it means to cook, eat, and live as a true Southern Gentleman in the 21st century. Moore takes readers on an entertaining walk through the life of a Southern gentleman using recipes for 150 distinctly simple Southern dishes for every meal of the day, plus tales from family and some well-known friends. Gorgeous full-color photography graces this culinary update on authentic Southern cuisine. Featured recipes include everything from Seafood Gumbo and Gameday Venison Chili to desserts like Grilled Georgia Peach Crisp and favorite cocktails like The Brown Derby and NOLA Sazerac.

Inventing Authenticity

How Cookbook Writers Redefine Southern Identity

Author: Carrie Helms Tippen

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 212

View: 150

In Inventing Authenticity, Carrie Helms Tippen examines the rhetorical power of storytelling in cookbooks to fortify notions of southernness. Tippen brings to the table her ongoing hunt for recipe cards and evaluates a wealth of cookbooks with titles like Y'all Come Over and Bless Your Heart and famous cookbooks such as Sean Brock's Heritage and Edward Lee's Smoke and Pickles. She examines her own southern history, grounding it all in a thorough understanding of the relevant literature. The result is a deft and entertaining dive into the territory of southern cuisine--"black-eyed peas and cornbread,fried chicken and fried okra, pound cake and peach cobbler,"--and a look at and beyond southern food tropes that reveals much about tradition, identity, and the yearning for authenticity. Tippen discusses the act of cooking as a way to perform--and therefore reinforce--the identity associated with a recipe, and the complexities inherent in attempts to portray the foodways of a region marked by a sometimes distasteful history. Inventing Authenticity meets this challenge head-on, delving into problems of cultural appropriation and representations of race, thorny questions about authorship, and more. The commonplace but deceptively complex southern cookbook can sustain our sense of where we come from and who we are--or who we think we are.

SOUTHERN LIVING Best Soups & Stews

112 Hearty One-Pot Meals

Author: The Editors of Southern Living

Publisher: Time Inc. Books

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 96

View: 718

Hearty soups and stews abound in this collection of Southern Living recipes.

Southern Gentlemen

John "Rip" Peterson\Billy Ray Wainwright

Author: Jennifer Blake

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 810

In some small Southern towns the old ways still exist. Breeding counts and the old boys hold court. Everyone has a place and no one's supposed to cross the line. But rules are made to be broken... In Southern Gentlemen, authors Jennifer Blake and Emilie Richards deliver two contemporary stories of family, love and betrayal, all set against the colorful backdrop of the Deep South. This is their South—filled with old families, old money and old grudges. A place where the finest women are ladies and the best men are gentlemen. And where men from the wrong side of town have more honor than all the blue bloods combined.

Southern Gentleman

Author: Yvonne Lehman

Publisher: Barbour Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Orphans

Page: 170

View: 428

Christmas With Southern Living, 1992

Author: Vicki L. Ingham

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

View: 842

An armchair tour of Christmas around the South includes ideas for crafts and recipes that help ring in a green Christmas and a special section on "Gifts Kids Can Make."

Southern Living Off the Eaten Path: Second Helpings

Tasty eats and delicious stories from the South's less-traveled trails

Author: Morgan Murphy

Publisher: Southern Living

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 263

Off the Eaten Path: Second Helpings takes you on the ultimate road trip and into some of the South's most tucked-away diners, drive-ins and dives with food critic and travel writer Morgan Murphy as he cruises the roads less traveled in 16 Southern states. More than a cookbook, Second Helpings charts the best Southern foods at off-road diners, roadside food stands, and independently owned restaurants from Texas and Appalachia to the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts, gathering up a bellyful of recipes, laughs, and Southern lore along the way. Second Helpings devours the South in five big bites, each chapter charting a tasty trail through one Southern sub region. Each of the five recipe chapters covers three to four states, eight to 12 eateries, and 24 to 32 restaurant recipes that will inspire your own home cooking. With humor and his uniquely Southern voice, Murphy introduces you to each restaurant, recipe, and attraction, highlighting the best iconic Southern dishes to try in each region, from biscuits and gravy to white barbecued chicken and peanut butter pie. Worth the drive: Murphy showcases one restaurant, character, or dish in each state as not just worth stopping for but worth driving out of your way to see-- a BEST in each state.

The South's Best Butts

Pitmaster Secrets for Southern Barbecue Perfection

Author: Matt Moore

Publisher: Southern Living

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 288

View: 525

2018 NBBQA Awards of Excellence Winner In The South’s Best Butts, food writer and Southern gentleman, Matt Moore, waves away clouds of smoke to give barbecue-lovers a sneak peek into the kitchens and smokehouses of a handful of the Barbecue Belt’s most revered pitmasters. He uncovers their tried-and-true techniques gleaned over hours, days, and years toiling by fire and spit, coaxing meltingly tender perfection from the humble pig—the foundation of Southern BBQ. More than a book of recipes, Matt explores how the marriage of meat, cooking method, and sauce varies from place to place based on history and culture, climate, available ingredients and wood, and always the closely-guarded, passed-down secrets followed like scripture. Because no meat plate is complete in the South without “all the fixin’s” to round out the meal, Matt cues up patron-sanctioned recipes from every establishment he visits. One thing is for certain…this book will change the way you cook, smoke, grill, and eat, but be warned: Your own butt may suffer in the process.

Welcome, a Foreigner's Guide to Successful Living in the Southern United States

Author: Irva R. Hayward

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 274

View: 105

One-of-a-kind "mini" encyclopedia of everyday living in the United States. It need not be read at one time. When information is needed about a specific subject, the table of contents at the beginning of the book, and the index at the back will guide the reader to the information required.

Dinner on the Grounds

Southern Suppers and Soirees

Author: James Farmer

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 115

Whatever an event’s raison d’etre, a dinner on the grounds is filled with the classic elements of Southern culture—reshly cultivated food, family tradition, heirlooms, laughter and stories, all enjoyed in an outdoor venue. James T. Farmer III presents a collection of menus with mouthwatering recipes for every occasion, from traditional country church– hosted homecomings to lavish southern weddings, while reminding us that the art of grand Southern entertaining is not that each event need be grand, but that they are all grandly presented with style and confidence rooted in a heritage of hospitality. James T. Farmer III, a true Southern gentleman and a graduate of Auburn University, has written a variety of books on southern living, including A Time to Plant, Porch Living, Sip & Savor: Drinks for Party and Porch, and A Time to Cook: Dishes from My Southern Sideboard. He is president of James Farmer Designs, which specializes in residential landscape, interior and floral design. He has appeared on the Today Show as well as regional television. His work has been featured in Southern Living and Traditional Home, among other magazines, and he is an editor-at-large for Southern Living. He lives in Kathleen, Georgia, just outside of Macon.