The Food Network, 'World's Best Soul Food,' to Air November 19, 2007

Nov 16, 2007, 00:00 ET from Louise's World's Best Soul Food

    ATLANTA, Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Proclaimed by the Food Network as the
 "Best Soul Food" restaurant, Atlanta's own Louise's World's Best Soul Food
 presents its local soul food dishes to the national audience of the Food
 Network's popular show "The Secret Life of Family Restaurants," airing
 November 19, 2007 at 10:30 pm and 1:30 am. To add to this momentous event,
 Louise's World Best Soul Food will celebrate the grand opening of its new
 home located in Lawrenceville, Ga. on Saturday, December 1, 2007 at 12 p.m.
 Louise's World's Best Soul Food is a family-owned restaurant that uses the
 deep-rooted southern recipes of restaurateur - Louise Holmes - who
 exemplifies the ultimate experience in mother's cooking!
     Louise Holmes, age 64, has been cooking home-cooked meals dating back
 over 50 years ago. She grew up in a small town called Girard, Ga. with her
 nine siblings and both parents, who were sharecroppers. Louise learned a
 majority of her cooking skills from her mom. Food was prepared from the
 master's leftovers. Unfortunately, her parents couldn't afford the finer
 appliances KitchenAid had to offer. Most of the cooking was done in large
 black pots and iron skillets over an open pit or fireplace. There were no
 cookbooks, measuring cups or formal training but not even the best chef
 could master her mom's taste. Louise took an interest in her mom's cooking
 at an early age. Soon she would be married with nine kids, cooking for her
 own family. She began to create her own recipes adding a dash of this and a
 pinch of that. Her delicious cooking was well-known throughout the
     While expanding her family, Louise dreamed of opening up her own
 business. In 2005, Louise's Soul Food opened its doors at 428 Ponce De
 Leon, in Midtown, Atlanta. It became an instant hit with customers and
 would prove to be some of the best food in Atlanta. Since opening Louise
 has gone on to receive countless accolades from MS-NBC, Creative Loafing,
 the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Georgia
 Magazine, Atlanta Voice, and Chef Magazine. Well-known Atlanta broadcaster
 Wes Sargenson even profiled Louise's in his popular local news segment,
 "Wes Side Story," on WXIA for the rave reviews it received from satisfied
 customers. The best testament of her good food would come through the
 world-renowned "Food Network," who came to Louise's August of this year to
 share with the world one of the best soul food cooks around.
     On December 1, 2007 Louise's will open its doors at its new location.
 Louise's would like to encourage you to join Mrs. Louise on that day in
 support of her opening. This event will prove to be one of your most
 memorable dining experiences ever. Not only will you be graced with
 Louise's humble presence but you will have the opportunity to enjoy some of
 the World's Best Soul Food, GUARANTEED!
     Tammie Holmes
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