From the owners of Hartsyard, a restaurant with a cult following in Sydney, Australia, comes a book of 100 recipes for "dude food that's not dumb." It's American Southern-style cooking at its best, perfected by Gregory Llewellyn, a New York chef who moved around the U.S. honing his skills, then helped open fourteen restaurants along the East Coast before following his Australian wife, Naomi Hart, to Sydney. These restaurateurs believe in "leaf to root, nose to tail" cuisineusing the entire food sourceand they practice back-to-the-land food production in their culinary adventures. Under these principles, the recipes in Fried Chicken & Friends are surely the most flavorful dishes in both hemispheres. As the Hartsyard motto goes, "Good food makes good memories. It should be savored and shared in fine company."