Born in 1890, Natalie Scott became a decorated war hero for her service with
the Red Cross in World War I and II and in Korea. A newspaperwoman during the
1920s, Miss Scott also published several cookbooks devoted to New Orleans
cuisine and founded a children's nursery in Taxco, Mexico, where she lived in
the 1930s and 1950s.
Miss Scott's cookbooks offer the reader authentic New Orleans and Louisiana
recipes. Mandy's Favorite Louisiana Recipes is a
collection of recipes gathered from her personal cooks. Accompanied by Mandy's
commentary, this book offers more than 300 Creole recipes. Gourmet's
Guide to New Orleans: Creole Cookbook (F) contains the
personal recipes of New Orleans' most celebrated hosts and renowned
restaurateurs. 200 Years of New Orleans Cooking (F) is a
historical compilation of authentic New Orleans recipes. Together, these books
offer an invaluable resource for authentic New Orleans cuisine.
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