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am 16. Oktober 1998
"The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook" is a commendable collection of down-home Southern recipes. Paula H. Deen, the owner and proprietor of the popular The Lady & Sons restaurant, has included hundreds of her favorite dishes here. And nearly all of them are simple to prepare--especially her signature Cheese Biscuits, which she serves (piping hot, of course) to customers waiting in line. Other delectable-sounding dishes include: Broccoli Souffle, Potato-Egg Salad, Ester's Dill Coleslaw, Herb Corn Bread, Hoppin' John (which, thankfully, contains no meat stock), and Grandmother Paul's Sour Cream Pound Cake. The book's spiral binding, non-glare paper, and simply layout are all laudable features. Author John Berendt (MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL) pens a fine Introduction, in which he discusses what makes Deen's downtown restaurant so quintessentially Southern.
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am 5. Oktober 1998
It's seldom one finds two themes meshed in a book about cooking. However, Paula Deen's "The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook" marries a rags-to-riches success story with the notion that good, wholesome food--and its preparation--do not have to be intimidating to anyone.
Everyone loves the American success story, and the reader gets a warm dose of 'feel good' after discovering Deen's rise to the top of Savannah's culinary tradition--having started nine years ago with $200, a brand-new divorce after 27 years of marriage, a Mt. Everest-high stack of bills--and two sons to feed.
The reader discovers that work--hard work--creativity, and the way to a person's heart through their stomach can translate into the American Dream. An added bonus is a book with easy-to-follow and prepare southern traditional recipes with many unique examples of Deen's culinary presentations from her famous historic district restaurant in downtown Savannah.
Having eaten in her restaurant, I was surprised to find Deen a warm, real woman who makes her customers feel as if they are guests in her home. Walking the restaurant with a platter of southern hoecakes and cheese biscuits, Deen shares her recipes, tips and kitchen advice with customers eating platters of piled-high southern traditions. Her cookbook share the hoecake and cheese biscuits recipes, as well as her rich, meaty crabcakes--a signature dish in both the cookbook and restaurant.
The noted writer, John Berendt, was so taken with Deen and her story, as well as the restaurant and her food, that the "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" author enthusiastically penned the forward, referring to Deen as a "Steel Magnolia."
The reader, too, will embrace his assessment while preparing warm, wholesome recipes which bring to mind those days-gone-by when family truly enjoyed the mealtime as a focal point to share the day's experiences while eating good, simply-prepared food.
Again, having visited her restaurant and having purchased her cookbook, I am definitely a fan, and hope to hear more of her in the future.
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am 2. September 1999
I have not yet read the book, but I can vouch for the fact that the Lady & Sons restaurant in Savannah is arguably the best southern food establishment on earth. I have travelled all over the country, asking locals their favorites, testing the recommendations in Jan and Michael Stern's excellent "Road Food" book (which, amazingly, does not list Lady & Sons), and using my intuition for finding good restaurants, and I can say I have never had better fried chicken, macaroni & cheese, or banana cream pie in a restaurant or home. I make special trips to Savannah just to eat there. I love the great and often sophisticated cuisines of Paris, NY, Bologna, Hong Kong, and New Orleans -- but the pure enjoyment of a Lady & Sons meal stands up to all of them. Thank you, Paula Deen (whom I've not yet met, but am told is a wonderful woman), for sharing your recipes with the rest of the world.
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am 10. Januar 1999
If you have always wanted to learn to cook down-home dishes just like grandma, this book is the place to start. As you probably know, grandma doesn't follow a recipe, just a dash of this and a sprinkle of that. Paula Deen has taken all the guess work out of preparing delicious country recipes by giving step-by-step directions for every dish you can imagine. Unlike other cookbooks , which tend to provide recipes only for those interested in preparing fancy dishes that are more artwork than eating...this book is packed with recipes that the majority of people eat on a daily basis. These are foods that the kids will eat too! This book is appropriate for experienced chefs as well as those who simply love to cook good meals for their families. I use this book everyday!
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am 17. Juli 2000
We spent a week on Hilton Head Island, SC and thankfully stopped in Savannah for a day. We ate at The Lady & Sons and would have to say that of the all the restaurants (most of which were overpriced) this was the best. Her food is fantastic and the recipes are all there, except for a wonderful pecan pie that she said will be included in her upcoming cookbook (my husband described it as the only pecan pie he's eaten that afterward he wasn't gasping for a cup of coffee). The greens are fabulous as is her melt-in-the-mouth fried chicken and macaroni and cheese and, and, and. I wanted to buy the book while in Savannah, but the town was sold out. This is a must-have for every kitchen.
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am 17. Juli 2000
We spent a week on Hilton Head Island, SC and thankfully stopped in Savannah for a day. We ate at The Lady & Sons and would have to say that of the all the restaurants (most of which were overpriced) this was the best. Her food is fantastic and the recipes are all there, except for a wonderful pecan pie that she said will be included in her upcoming cookbook (my husband described it as the only pecan pie he's eaten that afterward he wasn't gasping for a cup of coffee). The greens are fabulous as is her melt-in-the-mouth fried chicken and macaroni and cheese and, and, and. I wanted to buy the book while in Savannah, but the town was sold out. This is a must-have for every kitchen.
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am 22. September 1999
Putting it simply, this cookbook is a lot of fun! It's fun to read, fun to use, and the food is truly fun to eat! I am ordering my second copy because my 86-year-old midwestern mom visited and loved the recipes I fixed from Paula's book. She took home the Gooey Butter Cake recipe and has made it four times in three weeks and shared it with everyone in her little town in Tennessee. It's a great book and SO easy to use. I am addicted to Paula's house seasoning which now sits to the left of my cooktop at all times. Try it...you'll love it.
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am 7. April 1999
Oh, the intro by that Midnight author guy. For fans of his, this may be the only reason to buy this book. And I'm giving 2 stars for that. Were all these recipes even tested? I 've heard her cafe is actually good, but I cooked about a quarter of the recipes in this book and they all were dissapointing. I almost felt ripped off. Nothing is more ARGH! than cooking recipes that turn out bad - all of them! Don't waste your money. If you want to cook great southern food, buy True Grits. It's much better than this.
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am 8. August 1999
I collect cookbooks and this one has gone to the "top of the class" in one week's time. The pepper steak recipe is outstanding. The shrimp and artichoke bake would be fantastic for company, as would be the Scallops Charleston. While they took a little time, I fixed them both after getting home from work and had time to spare. This book is a good investment for southern cooking enthusiasts!
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am 3. Mai 2000
If you like good down home southern cooking this is the book for you. My favorite recipe is for the banana pudding. The recipes are simple and quick to make. Even if you are a novice in the kitchen you can navigate your way around with these recipes.
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