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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Southern Food at its Best! Dec 2 2012
By Sandra A. Gutierrez - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Here is another great cookbook by America's beloved cooking guru, Jean Anderson. This time, she has given us a treaty on Southern side dishes and I, for one, can't wait to eat my way through this one. As always, Jean's recipes are spot-on, thoroughly tested, and work each and every time, and that's why I've collected her books over the years. So far, I've made her Open-Face Vidalia Pie, Mushroom Tassies, Chicken Jambalaya Casserole, Cheddar Biscuits, and Chocolate Chess Pie to the rave reviews of my family and friends. Her recipes are straightforward, and easy to make. Best of all, they're at the heart of Southern cuisine, which epitomizes comfort and down-to-earth goodness. Each and every time I reach for her book, I see new recipes that I must try, like her Creamed Celery with Pecans, Country Ham and Cauliflower Casserole, and Praline Cheesecake. Her headnotes are filled with cooking tips and interesting trivia and are written in a beautiful conversational cadence that makes me feel as if Jean is sitting at the kitchen table, talking to me as I cook. This book is certainly going on my holiday gift-giving list this year. It's ideal for both novice and well-seasoned cooks who love good, honest, and true Southern flavors.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A Book of Treasured Recipes, a Book to Treasure Nov. 24 2012
By Sylvia Carter - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Many pages in my copy of From a Southern Oven: The Savories, The Sweets from the ever-reliable Jean Anderson are already flagged with bookmarks. How can I resist trying pecan-stuffed pork chops, country ham and cauliflower casserole, Chesapeake deviled crab, shrimp and artichoke hearts au gratin, tomato pudding, the intriguingly-named sweet potato schnitzel? Those are just some of the entrees and vegetables, but there are also recipes for breads (rice muffins that use up leftover rice), appetizers (pecan-cheddar pennies) and -- be still, my heart -- brilliant desserts: chess pie made with Ruby Red grapefruit, orange Christmas cake, coconut buttermilk pie. The tireless Anderson, the author of classic books on grassroots American cookery and Portuguese food, among many others, is that rare author who cooks like a dream and tells a story equally well. Each recipe is accompanied by a vignette that is not just a "filler" header for the recipe but contributes valuable information about its origins. Anderson was once a home extension agent, that unsung heroine of rural American. Her recipes are meticulously tested and will definitely work; you can depend upon it.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Savoring the Rich Hospitality of the South Oct. 29 2012
By Dee Long - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Discovering the culinary intricacies and idiocyncracies of cultures right within the United States can be just as fascinating as learning about ethnic delicacies from around the world. Jean Anderson does an excellent job of introducing the reader to all of those ingredients which are staples in Southern cooking but may not be everyday familiar pantry items elsewhere, such as grits, persimmons, molasses, hickory nuts, cornmeal and crawfish. No calorie counting allowed here. The recipes presented are rich and lush with a bounty of ingredients and prepared with tips and techniques handed down from one mother and grandmother to the next generation. Beautifully illustrated, these dishes are homey, stick to your ribs cooking. We especially enjoyed the personal reminiscences that are included at the top of every recipe. From a Southern Oven inspires a new appreciation for the aromatic and delicious dishes being turned out by Southern home chefs.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Walkin The Walk Dec 3 2012
By Alexis Touchet - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Jean Anderson has another home run in her newest cookbook, From A Southern Oven. I tested some of Jean's recipes previously as a food editor at Gourmet Magazine and have always admired her knowledge, tireless research and ability to deliver recipes that work and taste wonderful. She not only "Talks the Talk, but Walks the Walk" and her legacy continues with this cookbook. The Key Lime Cheesecake is sublime and my guests could not stop going back for more of her Oysters Johnny Reb. Definitely put this one on your Christmas gift list .
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful! Nov. 29 2012
By Dotty Tookey - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I'm always thrilled when a new Jean Anderson cookbook is available and "From a Southern Oven" is an exciting addition to my collection. I love to open her books and enjoy each page - the recipes, expert advice, and history are beautifully written and a joy to use. I haven't found another author as thoughtful and complete. I know that when I'm working with a recipe, her advice will guarantee success. Southern Oven's "Gingery Sweet Potato Cupcakes with Walnuts and Dried Cranberries" was a favorite at our Thanksgiving table and the "Sweet Potato Schnitzel" jumped off the serving dish - the grandchildren loved them! I know my new "Southern" friend will provide many happy meals in our Wisconsin home.