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Miss Daisy King

Southern Guide to Life ~ Miss Daisy King: Cooking with a LegendTennessee’s “First Lady of Southern Cooking,” Daisy King was the founder and chef of the renowned Miss Daisy’s Tearoom and is now the proprietor and executive chef of Miss Daisy’s Kitchen at Grassland Foodland Market in Franklin, Tennessee.

The author of fourteen cookbooks, including the million selling Recipes from Miss Daisy’s, she’s appeared on the “Today Show,” “CBS This Morning,” QVC,  NPT’s “Word on Words” and for 30 years, as the perennial guest chef on Nashville’s WTVF-TV’s “Talk of the Town.”

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Miss Daisy has been cooking since the age of six, when she “baked a Five Flavor Pound Cake from my grandmother Linnie Angleine Fraser Deaton’s recipe … and we still serve that cake today at Miss Daisy’s Kitchen.” From that pound Miss_Daisys_Healthy_Southern_Cookingcake, Miss Daisy progressed to learning the cooking skills that can only come from growing up on a farm. “My grandmother taught me recipes-from-miss-daisys-211x300how to dry fruit from our orchard, can and pickle vegetables from the garden, roll out biscuits by hand, and fry chicken. I even learned how to churn butter.” A move into the city pushed cooking into the background until college at Belmont University, where she earned a degree in home economics and journalism.

In 1974, after years as a successful caterer, she opened Miss Daisy’s Tearoom, first in Franklin and then Miss_Daisy_Celebrates_Tennesseein Nashville, Tennessee. After its closure in 1991, Miss Daisy served as a Miss_Daisys_Blue_Ribbon_Dessertsconsultant to major grocery stores chains and gourmet markets and as a media spokesperson for Pillsbury, Swift’s Sausage, and Bisquick.

Long one of America’s most celebrated regional cooks, she’s prepared her unique brand of “Southern cooking from the heart” for country music legends, television stars, US Senators and most importantly, for friends and family.

Miss Daisy is author of numerous acclaimed books including, Miss Daisy’s Recipes, Miss Daisy’s Healthy Southern Cooking, Miss Daisy Celebrates Tennessee, and Miss Daisy’s Blue Ribbon Desserts.   In her acclaimed ‘Meet Me At’ series, Daisy visits such incredible locations as The Hermitage Hotel, The Belle Meade Plantation, St. Simons Island, and Jekyll Island.

Miss Daisy lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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  1. Connie says:

    Just bought one of her books after seeing this! Too cool! Love it!