Ann Hollowell, known as The Cooking Lady, will be the special guest speaker at the March Luncheon with Books, at noon on March 19th.
According to her website, Hollowell is: “A Southern cook with the style of Meryl Streep, the personality of Dolly Parton and the kitchen skills of Ina Garten. Ann Hollowell brings a fresh, real approach to Southern food. Born and raised in South Louisiana, she came naturally to Cajun and Creole cooking. When her family moved to Dallas, Texas, she grew to love the grill and Tex-Mex. In Mississippi, she added down-home Southern cooking to her repertoire. No matter where she has lived, Ann has always embraced the joy of cooking with her unique approach she calls “Experimentation.”
There will be a light lunch, courtesy of Kappa Kappa Iota and Friends of the Library, beginning at 11:30, which will feature items from The Cooking Lady’s cookbook.
We encourage you to join us at this free event at the Jennie Stephens Smith Library in New Albany.
To view the Cooking Lady website: http://www.annhollowell.com/about-2/
For a “taste” of The Cooking Lady: