Denise chats with the doyen of Southern Cuisine, Nathalie Dupree! She tells us “…it was my mistakes that lead me to what I wanted to do.” Show links: Visit Nathalie’s website, contact Nathalie, buy her latest book or read At Home with Nathalie Dupree in The Local Palate. Women Beyond a Certain Age is an award-winning weekly podcast with Denise Vivaldo. She brings her own lively, humorous, and experienced viewpoint to the topics she discusses with her guests. The podcast covers wide-ranging subjects of importance to older women. Visit our podcast website, join our Facebook Group and like our Page, listen to all our past episodes, follow us on Instagram or drop us a line! Denise Vivaldo, host and producer. Denise’s books on Amazon. Producer, editor, and everything even remotely techie is handled by Cindie Flannigan. See Cindie’s work here.
NATHALIE DUPREE: Being A Pioneer In The Kitchen, Moving Forward Even When You Don’t Know What You’re Doing, And Helping Women Develop What They Love
It’s virtually impossible to do a quick introduction on the one and only food legend, Nathalie Dupree. She is a trailblazer. She is a leader. She is an advocate and mentor for many people, especially women. Her bio is absolutely fascinating and inspiring. She’s a best-selling author of 15 cookbooks and has done more than […]
HRN HAPPY HOUR w/ Nathalie Dupree, Cynthia Wong at Charleston Wine + Food 2020
Heritage Radio Network On Tour
For the final installment of HRN On Tour recorded live at Charleston Wine + Food, Kat and Hannah were joined by three indomitable women in the Charleston food scene: Gillian Zettler (Executive Director of Charleston Wine + Food), Cynthia Wong (Founder of Life Raft Treats), and cookbook icon Nathalie Dupree. In this segment, the topics range from ice cream flavors to the joys and challenges of organizing a major food festival. Plus, Nathalie Dupree teases stories from her newest book, Nathalie Dupree’s Favorite Stories and Recipes. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.
SOTA POP Special Edition: Award-Winning Chef and Author Nathalie Dupree
The SOTA Pop Podcast
Chef Dupree is an award-winning chef and author who has written fourteen cookbooks which have sold over half a million copies. She has been awarded four James Beard Awards, is credited for starting the New Southern Cooking movement, and was awarded with the honor "Grande Dame," which she considers her highest honor. Her books New Southern Cooking and Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking are on the 2017 Southern Living 100 best cookbooks of all time list.
If you’re a fan of Southern cooking, chances are you’ve heard of my friend, Nathalie Dupree. She was Southern cooking before Southern cooking was cool, and if you want to learn how to make biscuits, Nathalie’s your gal. Her cookbooks have sold more than half a million copies, and she’s hosted more than 300 episodes of cooking shows that have aired on PBS, the Learning Channel and the Food Network. She’s written food columns, run a cooking school and been a chef in three restaurants. Plus, she’s run for office. The international organization for women in the food and beverage industries, “Les Dames d’Escoffier,” has named her a Grand Dame. If you want to talk to someone who’s living a juicy life, you have to meet my friend Nathalie Dupree.
Episode 81: Nathalie Dupree, Author & TV Personality (Charleston, SC)
The Southern Fork
I learned to cook from the women in my family for sure, but I also learned to cook from Nathalie Dupree. Probably starting around early middle school age, I would post up by the TV on Saturday afternoons to catch many of the cooking shows on PBS, and Nathalie not only showed me how to make a coconut cake, she also taught me that, just by her presence on my screen, Southern food was worth noticing, worth learning to cook, worth celebrating. Nathalie is one of the American masters of home cooking. She has won James Beard Awards for books Southern Memories and Comfortable Entertaining as well as her most recent, Nathalie Dupree’s Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking. She was, among many other things, also the Founding Chairman of the Charleston Food and Wine Festival and a founder of the Southern Foodways Alliance, two entities, that, if you listen to this podcast, you know I’m very connected to. When I first moved to Charleston more than a decade ago, Nathalie was a far away figure in the culinary stratosphere, but over the years, we’ve gotten to know one another, and I’ve even sat on the couch a few times where we conduct this interview, gleaning advice on navigating freelance life. I know I’m not alone in that, as she is a mentor to many, all while still creating content, both for her books and for The Post and Courier, and still cooking almost every day. On this particular day, we chatted in the living room, sipping on Diet Cokes, while a large fish carcass for fish stock simmered at a low boil in her kitchen.
NATHALIE DUPREE is the author of fourteen cookbooks. She is best known for her approachability and her understanding of Southern cooking, having started the New Southern Cooking movement now found in many restaurants throughout the United States, and co-authoring Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking. She has trained many stsudents, many of them now own restaurants, catering or other food businesses, edit magazines, have their own television shows and have written their own cookbooks.Nathalie, has won wide recognition for her work, including four James Beard Awards. She was awarded the honor of “Grande Dame” for Les Dames d’ Escoffier, the highest honor for women who have excelled in the food industry. She was also named the 2013 Woman of the Year from the French Master Chefs of America, and in 2015 was named to the James Beard Who’s Who in America.
Hervé Dechamps is only the 7th Cellarmaster and Chef de Cave in the 200 year-old history of Champagne Perrier-Jouët. The venerable champagne house and its splendorous Art Nouveau design Maison Belle Epoque represent luxury and enduring quality with a Champagne that is food-friendly and classic. Author of 14 cookbooks including Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking, Nathalie Dupree shares her time-tested tips for planning and hosting Thanksgiving from preparing the turkey to making super sides.This show is broadcast live on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network http://www.talk4media.com/).