Lucy Buffett on Better TV Wednesday

August 12th, 2008

Lucy Buffett, sister of Jimmy Buffett and owner of Lulu’s at Homeport, will be on Better TV on Wednesday to promote her new cookbook “Crazy Sista Cooking.”

This Wednesday, Lucy Buffett shows a nation-wide web audience and viewers in 12
major television markets how a Crazy Sista spices things up in the kitchen. She will
appear on Better TV and www.better.tv Wednesday, August 13th.

Be sure to check your local TV listings for the air time so you can watch Lucy
prepare some of her favorite dishes from her new cookbook, Crazy Sista Cooking.

Better is aired on Meredith-owned stations CBS 46 in Atlanta, Georgia; KCTV in
Kansas City, MO; FOX 5 in Las Vegas, NV; PDX 49 and FOX 12 in Portland, OR; FOX in
Greenville, SC & Asheville NC; News 3 in Hartford, CT; 4 News in Nashville, TN; KSMO
in Kansas City, MO; CBS 5 in Flint-Saginaw, MI; CBS 3 in Springfield-Holyoke MA; and
CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ.

If you don’t live in one of these 12 television markets, you can still watch Lucy by
logging on to www.better.tv. Look for her Crazy Sista Cooking Segment on the right
side of the homepage.

And if you are interested in learning more about Crazy Sista Cooking, or purchasing
your very own cookbook, please visit www.lulubuffett.com.

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Lucy Buffett to be on Today Show this Monday

July 25th, 2008

Jimmy Buffett’s sister Lucy will appear on the Today Show on NBC this Monday (July 28th) to discuss her cookbook “Crazy Sista Cooking”. Lucy is the owner of Lulu’s at Homeport Marina, a restaurant in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

There will be a watch party at Lulu’s from 8-10 am on Monday that includes a complimentary continental breakfast. Get the details here.

Get “Crazy Sista Cooking” now at Amazon.com.

Update – The Press Register has more:

The sister of singer Jimmy Buffett said she will be on the air during the 9 a.m. hour, when she will be featured in a three-minute cooking segment.

On TV, she’ll prepare the tiny Wee Burgers that are favored by her youngest patrons and showcase a pre-prepared sampling of L.A. (that’s “Lower Alabama”) Caviar. The latter is a signature LuLu’s dish comprised of black-eyed peas, various peppers, onion and cherry tomatoes, among other tasty ingredients.

“It’s exciting” being on TV, Buffett said on a summer afternoon from the bar at LuLu’s. “Sometimes I get a little nervous, but then I think, ‘Oh, heck. I am just going to cook.’ Hopefully, it will sell books.”

“Crazy Sista Cooking,” which features more than 150 of Buffett’s favorite recipes mixed in with tales of life in Lower Alabama, is a self-published book. Recently, book distributor PGW signed on to give the full-color volume greater exposure.

“We’re getting ready to run another 40,000 books,” Buffett said. “Hopefully, they will do well. If not, they will just be around LuLu’s for a while.”

Many of the dishes featured in the book are served every day on the LuLu’s menu.

“Almost all of them are LuLu’s recipes,” Buffett said. “I figure it’s not like they are big secrets. If you want to go and make an oyster loaf, I am sure you can do as well as I do. I want to make sure people enjoy the food, but I’m not sure that’s the whole reason people love LuLu’s.”

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