Kitchen Wis­dom

Southern Living (USA) - - Travel & Culture -

Nathalie Dupree has taught count­less read­ers and view­ers the art of South­ern cook­ing and has also helped gen­er­a­tions of peo­ple, par­tic­u­larly women, start ca­reers

in the food world. Here, three cook­book au­thors share the most mem­o­rable cook­ing (and life)

les­sons from their men­tor. “Nathalie is won­der­ful, cre­ative, and ex­tremely de­mand­ing. She ex­pects things out of you that you never dream you could do, but in the end, you re­al­ize you can do them af­ter all.” Shirley Cor­ri­her, au­thor of BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Suc­cess­ful Bak­ing with Over 200 Mag­nif­i­cent Recipes Re­becca Lang, South­ern Liv­ing

Con­tribut­ing Ed­i­tor and au­thor of

The South­ern Veg­etable Book

“She taught me to never apol­o­gize for any food I serve. Be proud of what you cook, no mat­ter what it is!” “She showed me how to be a re­laxed, gra­cious host­ess; to al­ways make room for last-minute guests; and to use my pretty things on the ta­ble, not keep them locked in the china cab­i­net.”

Cyn­thia Graubart, au­thor of Sun­day Sup­pers: Sim­ple, De­li­cious Menus for Fam­ily Gath­er­ings

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