An Evening with La Cornue in Atlanta

A celebration of The Southerner’s Cookbook and La Cornue’s exquisite craftsmanship

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    An evening celebrating The Southerner’s Cookbook, a New York Times Best Seller, at Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio.

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    Guests gather with designer Debbie Blumencranz (third from left).

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    Guests admire a La Cornue 1908 Range in dark navy blue with satin chrome trim.

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    The La Cornue CornuFé 110 Range in ivory white with satin chrome and polished brass accent trim.

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    La Cornue chef Cathy Dyla prepares Frogmore Stew on the CornuFé 110 Range in stainless steel with satin chrome trim.

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    Guests pose in the showroom with their new copies of The Southerner’s Cookbook.

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    Frogmore Stew featured in The Southerner’s Cookbook.

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    Pork roasting on the La Cornue Flamberge Rôtisserie.

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    Guest Blair Cofield flips through the pages of the cookbook.

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    Anne Puricelli, La Cornue Director of Sales & Distribution and Jed Portman, G&G assistant editor

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    Guests are educated on the details of a La Cornue range.

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    Chef Larissa Taboryski serves Black-Eyed Pea Jambalaya prepared on the Grand Palais 180 Range in cocoa with stainless steel trim.

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    Pickapeppa Pecans featured in The Southerner’s Cookbook.

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    Guests enjoy the celebratory evening with hand-crafted cocktails provided by Cathead Vodka.

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    Rôtisserie pork prepared by chef Larissa Taboryski.

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    Guests enjoy the evening at Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio.

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    Blues Cat: Cathead Vodka, blueberries, basil, lemon juice, and rosemary-infused simple syrup

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    A guest peers inside a CornuFé 110 Range.

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    La Cornue’s Craig Kmiecik shares the passion behind the La Cornue brand.

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    The Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio features a kitchen with the La Cornue CornuFé 110 Range in ivory white.

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    Guests browse through the pages of the The Southerner’s Cookbook in between tasting menu items featured in the book.

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    Principal of Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio Matthew Quinn and Anne Puricelli.

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    Nancy and Tony Tucker sip on craft cocktails prepared by Ross Merriman of Cathead Vodka.

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    Rôtisserie turkey with creamed collards.

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    G&GAssitant editor Jed Portman thanks the crowd for joining G&G and La Cornue to celebrate The Southerner’s Cookbook.

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    Guests pose inside the showroom.

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    Details on the La Cornue CornuFé 110 Range in ivory white with satin chrome and polished brass accent trim.

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In November 2015, Garden & Gun and La Cornue hosted a celebration of the launch of G&G’s latest book The Southerner’s Cookbook in Atlanta, Georgia. Guests met G&G assistant editor Jed Portman, tasted recipes from the pages of the cookbook prepared by La Cornue’s distinguished chefs on their exquisite ranges, and enjoyed craft cocktails at Atlanta's Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio.

Special thanks to:
Affairs to Remember
Cathead Vodka
Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio
Jim White Designs

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