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Sneak Peek: Donald Link's New Cookbook, Down South

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Here's an early look at the second cookbook by famed New Orleans chef Donald Link (of Herbsaint, Cochon, and more): Down South: Bourbon, Pork, Gulf Shrimp & Second Helpings of Everything, will be published by Clarkson-Potter in February 2014. In a departure from his first book Real Cajun (which won the 2010 James Beard award for Best American Cookbook), Link will expand his focus to traditional food and drink across the South, drawing inspiration (and stories) from spots like North Carolina's Jim 'N Nick's BBQ, Georgia's Stuckey's, and yes, lots of bourbon. The 10 spreads below — which show just some of the 110 recipes — include looks at dishes like carrot raisin salad, grilled ham steak, and banana pudding with moonshine whipped cream. Here's the sneak peek:

Donald Link's New Cookbook, Down South

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