"This is a collector's item and the perfect gift for any avid golfer". Golf Central Magazine

"The club chef is overlooked in the golfing world, but a new cookbook is drawing attention to the good food that’s often overshadowed by the nation’s premier courses...Golf a la Carte, the first in a series focusing on club chefs." The Island Packet (SC)

"Mr. Stern, an author of several children’s books, and Mr. Bartlett, a seasoned golf writer and editor, teamed up earlier this year to compile a golfer’s gastronomic delight — a cookbook entitled 'Golf a la Carte'. The concept is a hole in one. It has gained the attention of the PGA and some of the country’s finest golf destinations." Newport This Week (RI)

"There are recipes for fried green tomatoes, several variations of she-crab soup and a number of delicious gumbos. There are numerous recipes that call for fresh fillets of grouper, red snapper and striped bass, as well as the abundant crab, shrimp and oysters found in Southern waters. Yet there are variations in the recipes that encompass Asian, Polynesian, European and Caribbean ingredients as well." World Golf

"Golf and fine dining might not be the first two things you associate with each other, but that doesn't mean the two don't go together. As it so happens, golf course clubhouses can feature some pretty good chefs in their own right. That's what the editors of Golf a la Carte had in mind when they put their series of cookbooks together." Beaufort Gazette (SC)

"Golf a la Carte not only provides recipes from some of the finest golf clubs from the Southeast, but with the extraordinary photos throughout the book, you have the ultimate coffee table book. A‘must have’ for every golfer and cook." Speaking of Golf

"With the foreword by Arnold Palmer and a chapter on wines of the pros, this first volume will be a collector's item and perfect gift for any avid golfer."

"Illustrated throughout, this cookbook will be the perfect gift item for the hungry golfer!"

"Entertaining golf buddies for the holidays? This holiday season you can check out ‘Recipes from America’s Finest Clubs'."

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