At long last, the companion book to the hit food blog, with 23 mouthwatering recipes, 26 restaurant reviews and more than 100 color photographs
In her debut memoir, Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser serves up heartfelt stories and easy-to-execute recipes from her Savannah kitchen. Discover quick, mouthwatering main courses such as succulent Wild Georgia Shrimp and Grits, and creamy Lobster Mac & Cheese; enjoy leisurely starters, including crispy Fried Green Tomatoes and fresh Alaskan Salmon Cakes; and master flavor boosters like garlic-herb butter, fresh herbs and strawberry basil sauce.
Pull up a front row seat to Rebekah's culinary adventures, including cooking for celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain, Marcus Samuelsson, Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis. Come along on her journey through culinary school - victories, failures and all. Take a ride through Georgia from Atlanta to the coast and in between, on a quest to find the best bakeries, brunch, lunch and dinner restaurants in the South.
With a combination of her professional career in public relations and classic culinary training, Rebekah shares meaningful family traditions and hard-won life lessons, plus entertaining tips to encourage others to gather around the family table and share in the joy of cooking and eating together. Written with the courage of her convictions and a pinch of audacity, Some Kinda Good is the perfect book for anyone who dares to dream and acts on those instincts. Good food and good company, that's what it's all about
Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser is a Georgia food writer and culinary TV personality. A finalist on Food Network Star and ABC's The Taste, she is the longtime Statesboro Herald food columnist and creative force behind the Southern, coastal brand and blog, Some Kinda Good. She lives in Savannah with her husband Kurt, and gregarious 10-pound Shih Tzu, Ewok.
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