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Classic Southern Desserts: All-Time Favorite Recipes for Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Puddings, Cobblers, Ice Cream & More

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From the experts at Southern Living comes this all-new cookbook of classic Southern desserts updated to fit today's trends and ingredients.

Selected from the more than 10,000 dessert recipes fine-tuned in the Southern Living test kitchens over the past 40 years, Classic Southern Desserts is the ultimate treasury of best-ever recipes, foolproof baking advice, step-by-step te
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Hardcover, 344 pages
Published April 13th 2010 by Oxmoor House
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Nov 30, 2015 A rated it really liked it
Shelves: cookbooks, baking
Southern Living always classes it up while
keeping it accessible. This book is no exception. Yes I can nitpick. The original recipe for Hummingbird cake was omitted in favor of a lighter version. The decoration of the cakes is not covered in detail nor is the proper creaming of butter. Overall the recipes are worth more than the paper they are printed on and the ideas including the toffee tiramisu pie all take classics to a new level.
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Feb 23, 2014 Stephanie Cox rated it it was amazing
What a beautiful book! The recipes all look amazing. The best baking book I have picked up in a long time.
Mercury1122
Jul 12, 2011 Mercury1122 rated it it was amazing
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Gorgeous!! Every recipe comes with a beautiful photograph and every recipe is completely (almost universally) delicious (neither compliment is true of most recipe books - even great ones). Although, since it's a collection from the editors of a magazine, you don't get the great personal stories behind the recipes.
BJ
May 15, 2013 BJ rated it it was amazing
Loved this Cookbook! Beautiful pictures and great recipes, as well as stories about where these cakes, desserts, etc got their names and their origins.
Dana Wright
Jun 05, 2010 Dana Wright rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who loves to bake.
Shelves: cookbooks
This book had me hooked from the first second I looked at it. Awesome recipies and lots of them. Rum raisin oatmeal cookies.
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