Friday, November 6, 2015

Whitney Miller's New Southern Table



Book Description

MasterChef winner Whitney Miller shares her favorite family recipes with her own unique flair, making them lighter and infusing them with global flavors.
Following her great-grandmothers' examples of creatively stretching meals during the Great Depression, Whitney Miller transforms recipes from her Southern roots, preserving flavors of traditional family dishes while offering the excitement of her own special touches. She offers a taste of her family table with dishes like Southern Horchata, PB&J Chicken Satay, Dehydrated Okra Chips, Sweet Corn Grit Tamales, Peach Bread Pudding with Sweet Tea Rum Sauce, and much more. Using new techniques and cooking methods, Miller reimagines classic recipes and experiments with flavors from around the world, inspired by her travels since winning MasterChef.

I enjoy new recipes and finding new ways to make my family happy with meals and supper time. I was glad to receive this book because I wanted to try some of these amazing sounding recipes.

The book is easy to understand with recipes that you'll enjoy making and eating with everyone. I was reading the book and figuring out which ones I would like to try. I like the pictures because it gives you a better idea of what you are going to make and what it should look like when you're finished the meal.

The only thing I didn't like was that there wasn't a picture for each recipe. So it was frustrating for those recipes that I never heard of, never made and didn't have an idea of what they should look like.
Other than that, I think it has a lot of recipes in it and if you like cooking and trying new recipes this book is a good choice for those meals.

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