Head over to Eater National this morning for a sneak peek at award-winning chef Donald Link's upcoming cookbook: Down South: Bourbon, Pork, Gulf Shrimp & Second Helpings of Everything, due out in February 2014 from Clarkson-Potter. Link has made his name as the chef/founder of Cochon, Herbsaint, and Peche, and his book Real Cajun won the 2010 James Beard award for Best American Cookbook. Down South "will expand his focus to traditional food and drink across the South," Erin Dejesus of Eater National reports, instead of focusing solely on his Louisiana roots. The book includes stories and 110 recipes inspired by spots like North Carolina's Jim 'N Nick's BBQ, Georgia's Stuckey's, and as promised, lots of Bourbon.
Eater National's sneak peek includes 10 spreads, looking at dishes like carrot raisin salad, grilled ham steak, and banana pudding with moonshine whipped cream. Check it out right here, or preview it yourself after the jump.
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