“Cooking with Miss Quad: Live, Laugh, Love, and Eat” by Quad Webb or Miss Quad gives cooks the confidence and the proper tools to flex their skills in the kitchen. This hardcover cookbook features 100 recipes divided into 11 sections with cutesy names such as ‘Teasers but Surely Pleasers” (appetizers), “Pleasure Principle: Carbs for Comfort” (comfort food), and “Grillin’ and Chillin:’ BBQ with Miss Quad” (grilled food). Unfortunately, Miss Quad did not include a dessert section. That’s disappointing. A few of the food images are blurry but you can still get a visual of the recipe being prepared.
Nevertheless, the ingredients consist of items found at most grocery stores and the instructions seem uncomplicated. I look forward to trying what she calls “fun and flavorful dishes.” On my list, I have the spicy sage sausage flatbread topped with fried eggs, jalapeno cheese hush puppies, baked strawberry grouper, peach, fig and arugula salad with spicy lemon honey vinaigrette and the blueberry bourbon lemonade. What should I make first?
Born and raised in Memphis, TN, Webb grew up cooking with her mom who presented the task in an exciting way. Therefore, she always enjoyed the experience. She created #CookingwithQuad tutorials on Instagram to help her friends and others gain the same admiration for it.
When the first-time cookbook author is not cooking, she is starring on Bravo’s “Married to Medicine” and co-hosts the talk show “Sister Circle” weekdays on TV One, both filmed in her Atlanta where she lives.
Given her busy schedule, she still finds time to set the mood and partake in a delightful meal at home. Now, you can too with “Cooking with Miss Quad.” I give it a thumbs-up. “Cooking with Miss Quad” is available on Amazon.
Also, decision made. Be sure to try my version of her jalapeno cheese hush puppies recipe.
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