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Category: Nathalie Dupree

A Double Play from The New York Times: Zucchini and Cherry Tomatoes with Red Pepper Dressing and Best Chicken Salad

         Ask me my favorite day of the week and I will say Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday have their charms.  But of weekdays, nothing compares to Wednesday and the arrival of “Food” from The New York Times.   Formerly called “Dining”, the section was renamed in […]

Thanksgiving Way Out West: Easy Squash and Corn Pudding from Nathalie Dupree

The year, for the first time ever, I am heading out to California to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with three of my favorite people on earth: my son, my daughter-in-law and my 6 year old grandson.  The minute I knew the trip was on, I […]

Nathalie Dupree’s Mississippi Caviar from "Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking"

         Of this year’s cookbooks, “Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking” by Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubert (Gibbs Smith 2012) is at the top of every list of the year’s best.  I’ve already shared the story of my sideways connection to Ms. Dupree in an […]

Skillet Lemon Chicken with Spinach and Fingerling Potatoes and Spinach from Nathalie Dupree’s "Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking"

         Nathalie Dupree has just published “Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking” (Gibbs Smith 2012), an immense compendium of Southern cuisine, which runs 720 pages and contains some 650 recipes. Amazingly, Nathalie writes in her introduction that 300 pages and 100 photographs never saw […]