Upcoming Food Book Signings

22 Oct

If you’ve still got space on your shelf after securing Paula Deen’s new cookbook during her signing at Square Books last week, there are three more cookbook signing events coming up before the holidays that you’ll want to note on your calendar. For additional information, visit the Square Books website.

Jodi Rhoden signs Cake Ladies: Celebrating a Southern Tradition
11/02/2011, 5:00 pm

Jodi Rhoden shines a spotlight on the great tradition of southern cake ladies with profiles of 15 diverse southeastern women who wear the term with pride. Each profile features a bite of that woman’s “life in cake,” and includes luscious photos along with at least one signature cake recipe, from classic Vanilla Almond Pound and Hummingbird cakes to Mississippi Mud Cake and Vegan Red Velvet Cupcakes.

The Neelys sign Celebration Cookbook: Down-Home Meals for Every Occasion


Along with menus for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter Sunday, and every known holiday in between, here are all the fixings for a year of down home celebrating. 120 recipes including Hoppin’ John Soup and Deep-fried Cornish Game Hens for New Year’s Day; Smothered Pork Chops and Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes for “Welcome Home, Baby”; One-handed Turkey Burgers and Mint Tea for “Spring Cleaning.” The Neelys believe that life should be celebrated, holiday or not.

Hugh Acheson signs a New Turn in the South: Southern Flavors Reinvented for Your Kitchen

12/06/11, 1:00 p.m.

Owner of Five and Ten in Athens, Georgia, as well as two other restaurants and a wine bar, Hugh Acheson now shares 120 recipes of his eclectic, bold, and sophisticated flavors, inspired by fresh ingredients. In A New Turn in the South, you’ll find libations, seasonal vegetables that take a prominent role, salads and soups, his prized sides, and fish and meats—all of which turn Southern food on its head every step of the way.

One Response to “Upcoming Food Book Signings”

  1. Anonymous October 22, 2011 at 7:00 pm #

    Oh joy, Paula Deen, Inc. Her big tour bus fouled up traffic all over South Lamar and University when she arrived in Oxford. Please tell me when we stop worshipping at the feet of incorporated Southern cooks? Just let us know about truly good ones who do not have tour buses or LLC after their names are in town.

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