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Topic - Nathalie Dupree
Two Southern ladies are discussing a mutual acquaintance. "You know? She can't cook," says one lady gently. "Poor thing," says the other, nodding sadly. "I feel so sorry for the family."
Ms. Dupree is also serious, but she writes with a giggle; she can introduce a recipe with the wisdom and naturalness of the South's tradition of good storytellers.
"Southern cooking," says Ms. Dupree, "is the Mother Cuisine of America."