The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook by Paula Deen

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  • Chicken or shrimp marinade

    • Breadcrumbs on August 10, 2014

      p. 107 - Excellent marinade with just the right balance of sweet, savoury and tang. I'd definitely use this recipe again.

    • lhudson on November 08, 2016

      Used this marinade on shrimp and it provided excellent flavor, just make sure you don't over cook the shrimp.

  • Peanut butter bread

    • MidwesternerTT on July 08, 2016

      This is a very good, mildly sweet "quick" bread that also calls for sugar but no eggs and uses baking powder for levening. I used a mixer to combine ingredients well. My bread took 60 minutes to bake.

  • Herb-baked chicken

    • MidwesternerTT on July 08, 2016

      Easy and very tasty. I only needed half the oil listed.

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  • ISBN 10 1299024815
  • ISBN 13 9781299024816
  • Published Jan 01 2009
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Random House
  • Imprint Random House

Publishers Text

For the first time in a beautiful, gift-quality hardcover, the beloved cookbook by the Food Network superstar - with 5 million copies in print!

Down-home and downright delicious, the recipes in The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook have become classics of their kind - Southern meals from the heart of Georgia and the heart of their wonderful creator. Paula H. Deen has owned and operated The Lady & Sons restaurant for almost twenty years - and the tastiest starters, main courses, and desserts on her menu are now available in a stunning keepsake edition of her bestselling cookbook.

The Lady & Sons is more than an institution; it's an inspiration. Paula started the place newly divorced and with the creditors closing in. Enlisting the help of her devoted sons, Jamie and Bobby, she turned it into a runaway success and a symbol of pluck, perseverance, and plain hard work.

Here are the delicious fruits of their labors - hearty appetizers from Pecan-Stuffed Dates to Pickled Okra Sandwiches; mouth-watering dinners like Red Snapper Stuffed with Crabmeat and Foolproof Standing Rib Roast; and such devilishly good treats as Praline Pumpkin Pie or Tunnel of Fudge Cake. Plus breads, sides, sauces, and more... complete with mouthwatering color photographs.

For family suppers, parties, or picnics, these easy-to-follow recipes will be hard to resist - just like the elegant new edition that contains them.



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