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Arly 100 photographs bring to life both Virginia's food and the bounty of her native Georgia You'll also find a wealth of tips and techniues from a skilled and innovative teacher and the stories of a Southern girl steeped to her core in the food kitchen lore and unconditional hospitality of her culinary forebears on both sides of the Atlantic Bon Appétit Y'all is Virginia's way of saying Welcome to my Southern kitchen Pull up a chair Once you have tasted her food you'll want to stay a good long whi This cookbook has many recipes I will try out and am sure to enjoy I first saw Virginia Willis with what s her namethe white haired cook with the adorable sonscan t remember her name But the recipes she created during the show prompted me to get the cookbook Love the stories that accompany the recipes and as always I prefer recipes with pictures This is a grand book of recipes from a French trained chef but with down home Y ALL attitude and taste NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW recipes I will try out and am sure to enjoy I first saw Virginia Willis with what s her namethe white haired cook with the adorable sonscan t Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, remember her name But the The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) recipes she created during the show prompted me to get the cookbook Love the stories that accompany the Homewrecker recipes and as always I prefer Make your own model forts & castles recipes with pictures This is a grand book of Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury recipes from a French trained chef but with down home Y ALL attitude and taste

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Bon Appetit Y'All Recipes and Stories from Three Generations of Southern Cooking

Ly delicious recipes are arranged by chapter into starters and nibbles; salads and slaws; eggs and dairy; meat fowl and fish main dishes; sides; biscuits and breads; soups and stews; desserts; and sauces and preserves Collected here are stylishly updated Southern and French classics New SouthernChicken and Dumplings Boeuf Bourgignonne rib sticking old timey favorites Meme's Fried Okra Angel Biscuits and perfectly executed comfort food Mama's Apple Pie Fried Catfish Fingers with Country Rémoulade Ne Not my cup of tea

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The daughter and granddaughter of consummate Southern cooks Virginia Willis is also a classically trained French chef These divergent influences come together splendidly in Bon Appétit Y'all a modern Southern chef's passionate and utterly appealing homage to her culinary roots  Espousing a simple is best philosophy Virginia uses the finest ingredients concentrates on sound French techniue and lets the food shine in a style she calls refined Southern cuisine More than 200 approachable and consistent Raised in Georgia and a classically trained French chef Willis has a cooking style she calls refined Southern cuisine Hands down the best BB and coleslaw I have ever eaten I don t normally eat pork or BB I have been using this cookbook since summer Pie crust is now my standard it s so easy you make it in a food processor Chocolate meringue pie was delicious as was the red velvet cake that I made for my daughter s December birthday The coconut pie was okay but definitely not worth the grief I had with the hammer and the coconut This is not only a great cookbook but a very good narrative as well Willis includes cooking tips and techniues intermingled with lots of personal recollections and food lore in a down home writing style


10 thoughts on “Bon Appetit Y'All Recipes and Stories from Three Generations of Southern Cooking

  1. says:

    This book has all the heart of a Junior League cookbook communicated with the skilled hands of a French chef Although it's Willis' first cookbook I read her two books in reverse order so I knew what to expect and I was not disappointed Basic to Brilliant Y'all 150 Refined Southern Recipes and Ways to Dress Them Up for Company is a powerful and challenging work taking traditional Southern recipes and refining them with classical

  2. says:

    This is a very good cookbook I wrote a few great recipes to add to my collection Thanks again

  3. says:

    Raised in Georgia and a classically trained French chef Willis has a cooking style she calls “refined Southern cuisine” Hands down the best BB and coleslaw I have ever eaten I don’t normally eat pork or BB I have been using this cookbook since summer Pie crust is now my standard—it’s so easy you make it in a food processor Chocolate meringue pie was delicious as was the red velvet cake that I made for my daughter’s December birt

  4. says:

    OMG I'M HOME AGAINMy grandmother would never share her recipes with anyone She felt her daughters didn't have the calling a

  5. says:

    Not bad at all just nothing really new or different for me

  6. says:

    Not my cup of tea

  7. says:

    Must have a copy of Virginia Willis's Bon Appetit Y'All to add to your collection of either cookbooks or books about the South or books written by a SouthernerThis book and its recipes are so extraordinary until I find myself repeatedly breaking the cardinal rule of never serving something before you've tried it first I have not been disappo

  8. says:

    What I like about this is not so much the cookbook aspects of the book which are lovely it is a coffee table sty

  9. says:

    This cookbook has many recipes I will try out and am sure to enjoy I first saw Virginia Willis with what's her namethe white haired cook with the adorable sonscan't remember her name But the recipes she created during the show prompted me to get the cookbook Love the stories that accompany the recipes and as always I prefer recipes with pictures This is a grand book of recipes from a French trained chef but with down home Y'ALL attitude and

  10. says:

    Not what I expected Honestly there's French food than Southern and the author has a somewhat condescending tone when talking about traditional southern foods that don't fit what she learned in culinary school

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