Sue Ade

Sue Ade, otherwise known as "Kitchen Ade" in and around the Lowcountry neighborhoods that encircle the fast-growing Bluffton, South Carolina area, has been interested in the culinary arts since the age of 12 when she discovered that the best seats in any house were the ones that surrounded the kitchen table. A French grandmother, who taught her "every practical thing I know in life," an Italian father, and a mother who ran the family's restaurant business, were not only early mentors, but the driving force behind her commitment to bring folks recipes, food facts and useful tips that have the potential to transform any meal, no matter how simple, into an appetite pleasing tour- de-force. Although she enjoys all forms of cooking, baking is her true passion, and finds immeasurable pleasure in sharing the best of the best from a tried and true diverse collection of deeply satisfying, remarkably uncomplicated dishes. Always mindful of the special demands placed up families caught up in today's hurried life-style, all of her recipes are selected not only for their taste and visual appeal, but for their relative ease of preparation, as well. "I can't say that being a really good cook will bring you every success you ever dreamed of, but regardless your level of cooking skill, it must come from the heart." "Heart," says, Sue, "is the cook's most essential ingredient." Quoting, the late, great French chef Julia Child, Sue likes to remind cooks and would-be cooks that, "The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you've got to have a what-the-hell attitude."

Sue Ade, March 27, 2007

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