Item description for Mama Dip's Kitchen by Mildred Council...
Overview As seen on the Food Network's "Cooking Live" and on "Good Morning America." Chapel Hill's Mama Dip shares her life in food and 263 treasured recipes from her legendary restaurant--from country fried chicken to pecan pie--as well as charming recollections about her life with food. "Warm and wonderful."--Jean Anderson.
Publishers Description For nearly twenty-five years, Mildred Council--better known by her nickname, Mama Dip--has nourished thousands of hungry folks in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Her restaurant, Mama Dip's Kitchen, is a much-loved community institution that has gained loyal fans and customers from all walks of life, from "New York Times" food writer Craig Claiborne to former Tar Heel basketball player Michael Jordan. "Mama Dip's Kitchen" showcases the same down-home, wholesome, everyday Southern cooking for which its namesake restaurant is celebrated. The book features more than 250 recipes for such favorites as old-fashioned chicken pie, country-style pork chops, sweet potatoes, fresh corn casserole, poundcake, and banana pudding. Chapters cover breads and breakfast dishes; poultry, fish, and seafood; beef, pork, and lamb; vegetables and salads; and desserts, beverages, and party dishes. The book opens with a charming introductory essay, a savory reflection on a life in cooking that also reveals the story behind Council's nickname. It is both a graceful reminiscence of a country childhood and the inspiring story of a woman determined to make her own way in the larger world.
Citations And Professional Reviews Mama Dip's Kitchen by Mildred Council has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Library Journal - 11/01/1999 page 106
Ingram Advance - 10/01/1999 page 115
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Studio: The University of North Carolina Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.76" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.71" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Oct 4, 1999
Publisher The University of North Carolina Press
ISBN 0807847909 ISBN13 9780807847909
Availability 167 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 03:08.
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More About Mildred Council
Mildred Council, founder and cook of Mama Dip's Kitchen in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is well known and widely respected for her cooking, her charisma, and her longtime community service.
Mildred Council currently resides in Chapel Hill, in the state of North Carolina.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mama Dip's Kitchen?
GREAT COOKBOOK! May 6, 2008
The best pecan pie recipe in this book that I have ever found, and I have looked for one for years! It can be doubled to fit my Watkin's 10" deep dish pie pan without burning the pecans or the filling! I love it!
One of My Favortie Cookbooks! Dec 13, 2007
The recipes in this cookbook are fantastic. They are simple to make and absolutely delicious. Mama Dips has changed our long standing Thanksgiving tradition...her roated turkey recipe is so delectable we use this recipe now instead of the one that's been in use for the last 50 years. You won't go wrong with this cookbook. Highly recommended!!!
Mama Dip's Kitchen Oct 27, 2007
I love to cook and as a cook, I love people who enjoy cooking as well. I feel like I know Mama Dip. I love this cookbook!!
Great down home southern cookin Feb 18, 2007
If you like down home southern cookin this is the book for you!! I bought this and her other cookbook. Love Them!
absolutely devine Jan 9, 2007
I would recommend this cookbook to anyone searching for some real down home soul food. The recipes are simple and easy. The food is beyond delicious. This is my firt mama dip's cookbook but it won't be my last. I look forward to ordering her other cookbooks soon. The other night I cooked the creole shrimp with rice, and my husband and I loved it. He is a LOUISIANNA native so it was home for him. There are so many great things that I can say about mama dip's cook book, but what i want to say to people who are skeptical and not sure if they want to purchase her book, GET IT, you will not be dissappointed at all.