Monday 06/04 @ The Deli Diva

Today’s soup is Cream of Celery, one of my childhood favs! 

A big thanks to all of you who have purchased my Italian cookbook. Today I wanted to speak to those of you who enjoyed my Huffington Post/Aol weekly food columns.

One of the reasons I stepped down from my job writing for them was to devote more time to writing my books, so I thought it only fair to make one of my first books a selection of some of my most popular columns and recipes.

This book is a selection of about 50 columns and recipes from my column, Cooking with Chef Anne, and is appropriately titled the same.

You can read a free sample of it at Amazon and, if you like it, you can download it for just $2.99. Check it out, there’s some great recipes and also some articles from my culinary travels last summer to New England and Louisiana.



About Chef Anne

Chef Anne and her husband Rob, own The Deli Diva which serves divalicious sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts and more at 1st Ave SW, in historic downtown Largo, Florida. Chef Anne is a culinary travel writer and book author. She has written weekly columns for AOL/Huffington Post and Tampa Bay Start, as well as many travel and food related articles for numerous publications. Her books are available for purchase here: Rob is a talented metal artist, creating commissioned pieces of all types for his clients. From sculptures and garden art, as seen at the deli, to decorative estate iron gates and fences, he does it all. Stop by and try something fabulous dahling! Open M-F 11am to 3pm
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