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Deliliah's Everyday Soul: Southern Cooking with Styleby Delilah Winder
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In Delilahs Everyday Soul, chef Delilah Winder shares the Southern-inspired recipes that helped earn her the devotion of many, including televisions Oprah Winfrey, the NFLs Donovan McNabb, and musics Patti LaBelle. Sharing more than 100 of her favorite recipes and the stories behind them, Delilah reaches back to her roots and forward to future generations of soul food lovers with her fun, eclectic recipes. For Delilah, Southern food comes from the heart and touches the soul. The recipes in Delilah's Everyday Soul are arranged by occasion and accented with special memories, tips, and suggestions for preparing and serving. They feature traditional soul food like Delilahs delectable fried chicken and strawberry lemonade, and also include more modern renditions of the fare, plus alternative ingredients for those who want to try healthier versions of the spectacular recipes.
Tradition meets the 21st century in this hip and colorful cookbook that shows that Soul Food doesnt have to be country food.”
Sharing more than 100 of her favorite recipes and the stories behind them, chef Delilah Winder reaches back to her roots and forward to future generations of soul food lovers in this hip, colorful cookbook.
About the Author
Delilah Winder left a career as a business analyst to open her one-woman food stand in Philadelphias historic Reading Terminal Market. Today, she employs more than 60 people who work in six Delilahs Southern Cuisine stands. In 2000, she opened Bluezette, a Latin, Caribbean, and soul food restaurant in Philadelphias Old City district. Delilahs food has received numerous accolades, including Best Mac and Cheese by Oprah Winfrey, 100 Favorite Foods by Saveur Magazine, and Best of Philly. Delilahs cooking has been featured on many national television food shows, including Food Networks The Best of Southern Cuisine, and CBSs Chef On A Shoestring.
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