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Son of a Southern Chef: Cook with Soul
Contributor(s): Lynch, Lazarus (Author)

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ISBN: 0525534172     ISBN-13: 9780525534174
Publisher: Avery Publishing Group
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Binding Type: Paperback
Published: June 2019

Annotation: Presents a collection of recipes which include new versions of favorite classic Southern dishes, including hot catfish sandwich with ranch sauce, jerk-spiced grilled corn with coconut confetti, brown stew chicken, and curried shrimp and okra.
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Cooking | Regional & Ethnic - American - Southern States
- Cooking | Regional & Ethnic - Soul Food
- Cooking | Regional & Ethnic - Caribbean & West Indian
Dewey: 641.597
LCCN: 2018059322
Physical Information: 0.7" H x 7.9" W x 9.9" (2.20 lbs) 288 pages
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.

Contributor Bio(s): Lazarus Lynch is an African-American entrepreneur, author, musician, multimedia host, and the face of Son of a Southern Chef. He is a two-time Chopped champion and the host of Snapchat's first-ever cooking show, Chopped U, and the Food Network digital series Comfort Nation. His website was a 2017 Saveur Blog Awards nominee. Lazarus has appeared on The Cooking Channel, BuzzFeed, Tastemade, NPR, and The Today Show. He lives in New York City, where he was raised.

Reviewed by Publishers Weekly Reviews (PW Reviews 2019 February #3)

With a personality and presence as bold as his food, Lynch, a two-time winner of Food Network's Chopped, here offers a bevy of dishes with Southern roots (his father is from Alabama and ran a soul food restaurant in Queens): corn and green onion fritters with red pepper sauce; skillet turkey chili with cheesy jalapeƱo cornbread crust; blackened salmon burger with cucumber sauce; and maple bourbon buttermilk fried chicken are just some of the dishes readers will want to bookmark. Lynch has a gift for combining flavors, as seen in his curry lamb meatballs in coconut sauce; lime, rum and coconut bars; and Coca-Cola- BBQ chicken, a riff on classic Beer Can Chicken (Lynch uses the soda as a marinade, to steam the chicken, and to craft a quick barbecue sauce to serve alongside). The one downside is the number of similar images devoted to Lynch rather than to his creations. Nevertheless, this is an exciting, approachable collection of recipes perfect for entertaining. (June)

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