Where to find the best recipes for country cooking

Where to find the best recipes for country cooking

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There was Gunga Din – cook, valet, servant and mentor to the British kids during the glory days of the Raj – and then there is Paula Deen, mentor to the cooks of the North American continent. More precisely, Paula Deen is a 63 year old culinary expert and celebrity chef from Georgia whose food, cookbooks and restaurant are household names all over the southern United States. She is widely held to be the best modern practitioner of the art of southern and country cooking, and people throng to her The Lady and Sons restaurant in Savannah, Georgia in the thousands to taste her delicious fried chicken, meatloaf and green beans, and to savor her famous hoecakes.

Paula Deen is also a widely respected author. She has written a number of best selling cookbooks, and her Paula Deen’s magazine is the finest source of authentic and delicious recipes for country cooking. You can subscribe to the magazine at subscription.com. he magazine includes daily cooking tips from Paula herself, as well as columns by other contributors, latest and seasonal recipes (you can contribute recipes too), and the online version even boasts an online shopper’s stop for cooking utensils, books and DVDs and other paraphernalia.

The most important section of the magazine is, of course, its recipes. Here you will find a bounty of the best country cooking recipes, divided into 12-15 sections. The sections include appetizers, beverages, casseroles, main courses, side dishes, breads and cookies, and desserts. Each section has literally hundreds of the finest recipes, all tested and tried by the great Paula Deen herself.

The magazine also includes a list of top ten recipes which you will find very interesting. The list invariably includes a new version of the famous Southern Fried Chicken. You will find a great recipe to cook your fried chicken using various secret herbs and spices. You will also find a recipe for the famous hoecake of Paula, as well as various other southern delicacies.

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