Frank Stitt's Southern Table: Recipes and Gracious Traditions from Highlands Bar and Grill

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Artisan Books, 2004 - Cooking - 366 pages
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R. W. Apple, Jr., of The New York Times credits third-generation Alabamian Frank Stitt with turning Birmingham into a "sophisticated, easygoing showplace of enticing, southern-accented cooking." His southern peers think his cooking may have a more profound sense of place than any of theirs. His food is rustic and homey, but sophisticated in method.

Now, Alabama's favorite son has written a long-awaited cookbook that features his enticing Proven al-influenced southern food. More than 150 recipes range from the traditional--Spicy Green Tomato and Peach Relish, Spoonbread, and Pickled Shrimp--to the inspired--Slow-Roasted Black Grouper with Ham and Pumpkin Pirlau and Pork Loin with Corn Pudding and Grilled Eggplant. Desserts such as Bourbon Panna Cotta and Sweet Potato Tart with Coconut Crust and Pecan Streusel elevate the best of the South for cooks everywhere.
  

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Great recipes by an even greater chef. - Goodreads
I didn't find many vegetable-centered seasonal recipes. - Goodreads
I should probably try one of these recipes myself. - Goodreads

Review: Frank Stitt's Southern Table: Recipes and Gracious Traditions from Highlands Bar and Grill

User Review  - Jean - Goodreads

I got this book because Lottie & Doof called it inspiring - but skimming through it I didn't find it to be inspiring or relevant. Sure I'd love to eat his food but I'm not that interested in cooking it. I didn't find many vegetable-centered seasonal recipes. Read full review

Review: Frank Stitt's Southern Table: Recipes and Gracious Traditions from Highlands Bar and Grill

User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

A beautiful book full of delicious things. Read full review

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Christopher Hirsheimer is executive editor of "Saveur". Her photographs appear regularly in "Saveur" and in numerous cookbooks, including "Fried & True". She lives in rural Pennsylvania.

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