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Clash of the Grandmas

My family and I are so pumped up about tonight! My son and daughter-in-law are hosting a "screening party", red carpet, spotlight and all the trimmings! They're having it catered but Tommy asked me to make the oyster dressing and the turkey gravy (because everybody loves Grandmas gravy). So, all that's done and now I'm sitting down and waiting for the show to air, what an experience...

This has been such a wonderful opportunity. It truly was the most stressful thing I've ever experienced, yet in the same breath I enjoyed it, particularly the camaraderie of the ladies. I hope that everyone tunes in for a fierce competition and serious Grandma cooking!

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Tune into Food Network to see how Anne did!

Wednesday, November 18 at 7 pm C

Sunday, November 22 at 3 pm C

Thursday, November 19 at 3 am C

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Chef Anne and Chef Harriet's cookbook is available for pre-sale!

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New Orleans natives, childhood friends and beloved New Orleans School of Cooking chefs Anne and Harriet have written a wonderful collection of savory Southern recipes and hilarious stories in their very first cookbook, Across the Table. Anne and Harriet have been featured on the Steve Harvey show over half a dozen times, where they are often referred to as Steve Harvey’s “New Orleans Grannies”. Whether in person, on television, or through their book, their distinct personalities, senses of humor and years of cooking experience shine through!

From the authors:

“Gumbo, Jambalaya, Étouffée and PoBoys are all dishes that we in south Louisiana have grown up with. When you’re surrounded by all this good food you tend to take it for granted. But, over the years we’ve learned it really is extra-special…and we can’t wait to share!

These recipes are from our family and friends. Heaven only knows where they got them, but they are the kind of recipes that are shared over a cup of coffee, with a side of pecan pie, from Across the Table.”

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