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Beans, Greens & Sweet Georgia Peaches: The Southern Way of Cooking Fruits and Vegetables (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 16. September 2014

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Seasonally arranged recipes explore side dishes as prepared in traditional Southern kitchens. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Why cooking and eating Southern-style is good.
When I was on tour for my first book, people kept commenting that Southerners didn't know how to cook vegetables - that everything was overcooked and everything had hog fat in it, and on and on it went. I wanted to demonstrate that - not only do Southerners know how to cook vegetables, our way with garden produce is as varied and highly developed as any of the world's great cuisines. We have a culinary heritage to be proud of, and it doesn't have to be "nouvelled" or "fusioned" to make it interesting and good.

I love sharing good food of all kinds. This is my way of giving back some of what so many wonderful cooks have given me. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Von Ein Kunde am 12. Juli 1999
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Southern cooking is more than pork fat and collards (though these are good things). Southern cooking is--like any other important cuisine--making the most out of nature's bounty. Damon Lee Fowler knows that. He takes the natural abundance of Southern gardens and creates (or in many cases) recreates recipes that make eating your vegetables the best part of the meal.
If you grew up in the South and/or (like me) had a Southern mother or grandmother who cooked lots of seasonal vegetables. This book is chock full of recipes and memories.
I have tried about 2/3 of the recipes so far and I haven't found one that I disliked.
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Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Southern cooking is more than pork fat and collards (though these are good things). Southern cooking is--like any other important cuisine--making the most out of nature's bounty. Damon Lee Fowler knows that. He takes the natural abundance of Southern gardens and creates (or in many cases) recreates recipes that make eating your vegetables the best part of the meal.
If you grew up in the South and/or (like me) had a Southern mother or grandmother who cooked lots of seasonal vegetables. This book is chock full of recipes and memories.
I have tried about 2/3 of the recipes so far and I haven't found one that I disliked.
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HASH(0x99a3a3c0) von 5 Sternen So much more than collards and grits! 17. Dezember 2000
Von Steve Benner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Damon Lee Fowler's "Beans, Greens, and Sweet Georgia Peaches" is a follow-up to his successful "Classical Southern Cooking", concentrating this time on the Southern cook's way with fruit and vegetables. It is, however, much more than merely a book of recipes. Instead, Fowler serves up a delightful treatise on the philosophy and outlook of Southern cooking, in which the recipes act more as examples of his principle arguments, rather than the book's main raison d'être. It is clear that the author is more interested in explaining the `why' of Southern cooking than the `how' - something that is very useful when you find yourself needing to make substitutions because of problems of availability! In addition, his enthusiasm for his subject shines through on every page. In all, this makes for a fascinating read. The book also contains some really wonderful recipes!
Throughout, Fowler concentrates on Southern traditional ways, always aiming for the authentic touch to his dishes and methods of preparation. Consequently, even though this book is mainly about vegetable dishes, prepared Southern-style, it is by no means a vegetarian cookbook. Traditional Southern pork dripping or ham, as well as seafood features prominently throughout the book. Nevertheless, Fowler remains sensitive to the fact that its title and subject matter may well draw the attention of those seeking vegetarian recipes and so he thoughtfully (and tastefully!) provides true vegetarian (and even vegan) alternatives wherever possible. While these may not be totally true to their origins, the results are every bit as tasty.
My copy of this book was given to me by my wife, as a memento of our first trip to Atlanta. Even though some of the ingredients are a little hard to come by the UK, it has nevertheless come to be one of my favourite sources of inspiration in the kitchen. And it is a wonderfully mouth-watering way to be reminded of the hospitality the Southern States!
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HASH(0x9963718c) von 5 Sternen Don't Let the "Booklist" Review Scare You 17. Januar 2001
Von Grace Watts - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is a treasure. I was so pleasantly surprised that it wasn't "weird" and un-southern like "Booklist" led me to believe. Now I can almost cook like my great-grandmother did. (I need more practice.) Not only is this a great cookbook and reference, it's full of very enjoyable reading. I find myself picking this up for my recreational reading and getting hungry. It also tells me all I want to know about the vegetables themselves, like how to choose a ripe cantalope, and why sweet potatoes are sometimes called yams. However, it's very well organized and laid-out if you need to get a recipe and skip the conversation. (But that's not very southern of you.) I can't get enough of that braised cabbage!
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HASH(0x99dc39b4) von 5 Sternen Southern veggies - the real way 14. Dezember 2007
Von Melissa Camp - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Finally able to duplicate the vegetable dishes my grandmothers made.

e.g. Slow cooked Pole Beans with ham hocks, like I remembered. Tip: you have to have the right type of green bean or it just won't work.
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HASH(0x99a1c2e8) von 5 Sternen A 5 STAR Cookbook 8. Juli 2011
Von G Clifford - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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When I retired from teaching, some of my friends at school gave me this book and they all signed it, because I was moving to Georgia. That summer, Damon Lee Fowler came to the area for a cooking class. After trying some of the recipes and meeting him, I was hooked. (I think I have everyone of his cookbooks.) I like them all, but just like a first child, I think this is my favorite. Where do I start....his Watermelon Salad, Pecan Pie, St. John's Peach Chutney are all worth the price of the book and I haven't even scratched the surface. Where else can you find a recipe for fiddleheads? (and I love fiddleheads)
You won't be sorry if you buy this cookbook.

My husband doesn't even like grits and he loves his "Grits and Greens".
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