The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Sunday, May 08, 2011

A Southerly Course by Martha Hall Foose – Cookbook Corner -

My cookbook corner has gained one of the brightest additions of the year, A Southerly Course by Martha Hall Foose and it is what it states, “recipes and stories from close to home.” Home for Foose is Mississippi; she grew up in the Mississippi Delta and now makes her home in Tchula, Mississippi – on the family farm.

Foose’s earlier cookbook, a James Beard Award winner Screen Doors & Sweet Tea sits prominently on my cookbook shelf, full of anecdotes of life growing up in the south, in Mississippi. Foose is a great story teller as well as a talented cook. When reading both of her cookbooks, I’m transported to a circa 1950 Mississippi porch on a warm summer day, sipping a sweet tea, pie in the window cooling waiting for Big Daddy Pollitt kind of moment.

Read the full review, get the recipes and watch the video :A Southerly Course by Martha Hall Foose – Cookbook Corner

1 comment:

Bubbe Bites said...

I saw this book at Barnes and Noble when I was at the mall last week. Lovely cookbook. It was between paydays. May go and get it this weekend. I cant help it. I need another cookbook like I need a hole in my head!


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