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Edna LewisAt the Table with an American Original$
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Sara B. Franklin

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781469638553

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469638553.001.0001

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I Had, of Course, Heard about Her

I Had, of Course, Heard about Her

An Interview with Nathalie Dupree, April 14, 2016

(p.173) I Had, of Course, Heard about Her
Edna Lewis

Sara B. Franklin

University of North Carolina Press

Sara Franklin, author and oral historian, interviews Nathalie Dupree, one of Lewis’s closet friends. Dupree gives color and depth to Lewis’s life as a celebrity chef who rarely received royalties for her famous books. She reminisces on memories as varied as Lewis’s manner of dress to her political affiliations while shining light on the vivacious, intelligent woman behind the recipes.

Keywords:   interview, Nathalie Dupree, royalties, feminist, southern cooking, Judith Jones, Middleton Place, farmers market, legacy, Sara Franklin

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