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Whether you've never set foot below the Mason-Dixon or take serious offense to the mispronunciation of "pecan," everyone can use a little Southern hospitality at their next party.Read the full article
That's easy to provide thanks to the new book "Tupelo Honey Cafe: Spirited Recipes from Asheville's New South Kitchen" (Andrews McMeel Publishing, $29.99). The book comes from the Asheville, N.C., restaurant of the same name, which has made its mark on Southern cuisine by adding innovative twists to traditional favorites. See Grit Cakes with Sunshot Salsa and Smoked Jalepeno Sauce, and Chicken Apple Meat Loaf with Terragon Tomato Gravy. And it embraces the farm-to-table movement both in its recipes, and with a portion of the proceeds going to the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project and the Manna FoodBank.
The book's authors, writer Elizabeth Sims and Tupelo Cafe executive chef Brian Sonoskus, include wine and beer pairing suggestions with each recipe, making it very easy to plan your Southern get-together.
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