sounds like something you’d see on Duck Dynasty
or maybe inspired by them
But back in the the good old days of the 1970’s it was the title of a syndicated column by James Beard. It was carried by the Brockton Enterprise, in the weekly Food section (which wasn’t called FOOD then, but something to let you know it was for the Mrs. House-wife/Homemaker – anyhow, it was the day that the grocery stores ran the ads with the coupons). So James Beard was another Early Influencer.
James Beard was a unique voice – a MAN writing in the Women’s Section who happened to be writing for PEOPLE. His voice was NOT the usual. He was witty and opinionated and generous and interested and interesting. He was no lightweight. One of his books was titled Delights and Prejudices, and that’s what you got with him.
I don’t like gourmet cooking or ‘this’ cooking or ‘that’ cooking. I like good cooking.
James Beard also liked to drop names…if it weren’t for James Beard I wouldn’t have heard of Marion Cunningham or Helen Brown or Elizabeth David, for instance.
In fact, there’s a great deal I owe to James Beard on the topic of bread alone.
Although bread is often better with something.