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Cooking With Faith: 125 Classic and Healthy Southern Recipes by Faith Ford and Melissa Clark (co-author)

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  • ISBN 10 0743251652
  • ISBN 13 9780743251655
  • Published Mar 16 2004
  • Format Hardcover
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Scribner

Publishers Text

You wouldn't know it by looking at her, but Faith Ford loves to eat--about as much as she loves to cook. Growing up in Pineville, Louisiana, Faith learned from her mother and grandmother the ins and outs of preparing the great Southern classics: Smothered Chicken, Smoky Beef Brisket, Catfish Po'Boy, Buttermilk Biscuits, Creamy Cheese Grits, and Fluffy Lemon Pie Box.


As a young model and actress living in New York and Los Angeles, Faith set about modifying her favorite dishes from home. What she came up with was healthful, calorie-conscious fare that didn't skimp on flavor. Cooking with Faith shares all of her innovative updates on the Southern classics, from Crispy Oven-Fried Chicken, Dilled Egg-White Salad, and Roasted Five Vegetable Soup with Turkey Meatballs to Sauteed Green Beans with Fresh Herbs, Faith's Lighter Cheese Grits Frittata, Cranberry Orange Slush, and Faith's Peach and Pecan Crumble.


An inspired combination of the best of both worlds--the homespun recipes Faith grew up with along with lighter versions and modifications--Cooking with Faith includes 125 recipes, beautiful color and black-and-white photography, and many engaging anecdotes of Faith's Southern childhood.



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