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Out Of Kentucky Kitchens

by Marion Flexner

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320 pages  Pubdate: 03/12/2010  6 x 9  None

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Down-home Southern cooking is as much a part of Kentucky’s heritage as fine horses or bourbon whiskey. Louisville’s own Marion Flexner gathers Kentucky’s best cuisine in Out of Kentucky Kitchens. Known as a skilled hand in the kitchen, Flexner compiled delicious and thoroughly tested recipes of Kentucky specialties, such as the Chocolate Almond Torte, Tombstone Pudding, and the Real Hot Brown. Colorful anecdotes, spanning 100 years of famous Kentuckians, the best hostesses, and cooks, bring this collection of the best Kentucky fare to life. Originally published in 1949, the reissue of this Kentucky classic gives generations of cooks access once again to a regional culinary guide that is a delight to use and read.

Marion Flexner (1899–1992) is the author of several books on cooking and entertaining as well as articles for Vogue, Gourmet, and House and Garden.

Out of Kentucky Kitchens is in the small circle of definitive books on Southern cookery and history. In spite of fast foods, and so-called health foods and other contrivances of the modern world, there’s really nothing like the satisfying and delicious wonders of genuine Southern cooking. -- John Egerton, author of Southern Food: At Home, on the Road, in History

Nobody knows Kentucky cooking better than Marion Flexner, who pioneered the field with this wonderful cookbook. Here is the true flavor of Kentucky gathered from every part of the state and set forth in all its variety from ‘sippages’ to nuts. The instructions are clear as a limestone spring, the book is a joy to cook from, and the food will warm your heart. -- Charles Patteson, author of Charles Patteson’s Kentucky Cooking

Providing a full range of time-honored recipes and anecdotes about well known Kentucky hostess and cooks, . . . supplies the ingredients and directions to preparing the food and drinks that have satisfied Kentuckians for generations. -- Fine Lines

Out of Kentucky Kitchens is an excellant and very highly reccommended pick for cookbook collections. -- The Midwest Book Review