Hot off the publishing press, Pelican Publishing, I present Lagniappe Leftovers. Order your copy today and start saving food and money.
Words of Praise
“Susanne Duplantis is out to save the world one leftover at a time. You’ll think twice before ever throwing edible food away again!”–Poppy Tooker, host of Louisiana Eats! radio show
“With this fun, family-friendly cookbook, there’s no longer any excuse for standing in front of the refrigerator with the door wide open and asking oneself the eternal question: ‘What in the world am I going to make?'”–Adrian Miller, James Beard Award-winning author”You’ll never look at your leftovers the same way again! Susanne Duplantis has unlocked the code to rethinking leftovers and reducing kitchen waste.”–Cynthia Graubart, James Beard Award-winning author
“Susanne Duplantis takes the last bit of leftovers from your favorite Southern dishes and repurposes them into brand-new tasty offerings. These simple home-cooked recipes combine the time-saving advantage of leftovers with the convenience of pantry staples you already have on hand to create family-pleasing meals that are also friendly on your wallet. With Susanne’s guidance, you’ll begin to see leftovers as a delicious way to save time, food, and money.”
There are 100 delicious and practical recipes and 25 tips!
I modeled the cookbook after vintage style cookbooks, so if you want to take a step back in time, grab a copy
A special thanks to my illustrator Dr. Tom Quaid. He not only designed the retro cover but also did the black and white chapter sketches. Wait until you see the details!
Tom Quaid, a retired cardiologist, has always had a passion for drawing cartoons and caricatures. Upon his retirement in 2009, he opened an art studio, Heart to Art, where he pursues portrait and landscape oil paintings. Tom and his wife, Susie, live in Baton Rouge, where life is good with six grandchildren.
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