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A set of oven dishes each candy and savory from a southerner whose ardour for them suggests no signal of cooling 

No person is aware of southern cooking quite like jean anderson. A protracted-time food editor and the author of such books as a love affair with southern cooking and falling off the bone, her encyclopedic know-how of southern meals makes her the best creator for this scrumptious down-home series. If it is baked and it is from the south, you'll locate it right here.From a southern oven consists of greater than 150 recipes, each savory and candy, traditional and modern-day. You will find appetizers and snacks, most important dishes, facets, breads, and desserts that showcase such cherished southern staples as beef and rice, candy potatoes and vidalia onions, butter beans, and blackberries and peaches. From oven-barbecued hen to shrimp and artichoke hearts au gratin to blueberry pecan crisp, this e-book has all of it. At some stage in, anderson dishes up juicy bits of records and lore approximately the recipes, while luscious full-colour images offer mouthwatering proposal.

In from a southern oven, acclaimed cookbook creator jean anderson dishes up a delicious down-home series of baked, braised, broiled, oven-fried, and barbecued southern classics. Further to the to-die-for pies, cobblers, and crisps you'd anticipate, you will find a bumper crop of oven savories: deviled eggs and shellfish, fowl pies and pilafs, ham and sausage loaves, crammed pork chops and greens—plus casseroles and gratins galore. What is more: as soon as within the oven, there may be little toddler-sitting needed!

From the traditional to the contemporary, those one hundred fifty-plus recipes include appetizers and snacks, mains and facets, breads and desserts. Southern staples abound—beef, pecans, and sweet potatoes . . . Vidalia onions and inexperienced tomatoes . . . Blue crabs and butter beans . . . Peaches and wild persimmons. Recipes? How 'bout atlanta brisket? Savannah party shrimp and rice? Hen and dressing casserole? Creole eggs? Candy potato corn bread? Scuppernong pie? Hummingbird cake? They're all here at the side of insider tips and hints to brief-cut prep times, juicy bits of history and lore.



If you've a ardour for southern cooking in all its sincere, soulful glory—and even if you haven't—this one-of-a-type new series of the south's oven-pleasant is the cookbook for you.
full of great recipes and little stories(I like the stories as much as the recipes) I cant wait to try them. I am so glad I purchased this book. I collect cookbooks and am very glad I bought this one.-Lana Ingram
From a Southern Oven: The Savories, The Sweets, by Jean Anderson is the kind of cookbook that every serious Southern cook should own--even if they already own too many Southern cookbooks. This is the beautiful, useful kind of cookbook that delights me every time I pick it up. It seems there is no end to the recipes I want to make from this book. The book is hardcover with thick, glossy pages. It begins with a few tips for using the cookbook and then launches into a primer on Southern ingredients. Anderson provides you with tips on purchasing and working with everything from persimmons to shrimp. The book is divided into part 1, savory, and then part 2, sweets. The savory foods are chaptered as follows: appetizers, nibbles, and snacks; main dishes (meat, fish, fowl, and more); vegetables and sides; and breads (yeast and quick). The sweets sections is chaptered as follows: pies and pastries; puddings, cobblers, crisps, crumbles and more; and cakes and cookies. Then the book finishes with a source guide so you can buy everything from tableware to grits easily. There aren't photos for each recipe, but what photos are included are full page and expertly done. This is a book that makes you want to cook. The recipes are well written and should appeal to a broad audience. It strikes me almost as a superlatives" of the South cookbook. You will find the trademarks of Southern cooking here: Sally Lunn muffins, red velvet cake, St. Simon's deviled crab, Smith Island ten-layer cake, Vidalia pie, chocolate chess pie. These are the dishes one would think to include in a mini encyclopedia of Southern cooking, the ones that get handed down from one generation to the next. Each recipe begins with an interesting paragraph long introduction that tells you more about the origins of the recipe or what to pair it with.-Sacca Mecca
I love this cookbook and cannot wait to try some of the amazing recipes inside. I received it in a very timely manner and it was in excellent condition. -Carol 

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