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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2013
In a Snap!: Tasty Southern Recipes You Can Make in 5, 10, 15, or 30 Minutes - eBookTammy AlgoodThomas Nelson / 2013 / ePub$2.99
At My Grandmother's Table: Heartwarming Stories and Cherished Recipes from the South - eBookFaye PorterThomas Nelson / 2013 / ePub$3.99
The Southern Vegetarian Cookbook: 100 Down-Home Recipes for the Modern Table - eBookJustin Fox Burks, Amy LawrenceThomas Nelson / 2013 / ePub$5.99
The Southern Food Truck Cookbook: Discover the South's Best Food on Four Wheels - eBookHeather DonahoeThomas Nelson / 2013 / ePub$2.99
The best recipes for entertaining, straight from the Souths most charming imaginary everytown?
Sure, there are major milestones that demand the fine china and fresh flowers. But in the South no special occasion is needed to throw open the front door, set up a buffet line down the kitchen counter, and welcome your nearest and dearest over for the sort of meal they wont soon forget. Join Patsy Caldwell and Amy Lyles Wilson as they once again take us to Luckettville to meet the talented downhome hostesses whove said, Yall come over a time or two in their day.
Youll get the perfect menu suggestions for just about every occasion a Southern entertainer might encountersoups to ladle up during the big game, savory meats to toss on the grill for those summer picnics, and sweets to regale the crowd with during those last six weeks of the year. Recipes include:
- Iron Skillet Roasted Chicken with White Beans and Tomatoes
- Blackberry Lemonade
- Cherry Cobbler Cupcakes
- Good Neighbor Chicken Fiesta Soup
Get inspired to make your kitchen a place where friends and family will look forward to landing. All thats left to do is say itYall come over!
Writer Amy Lyles Wilson was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. Now based in Nashville, Tennessee, Wilson wrote the text for the New York Times bestselling cookbook Cooking with Friends, and her essay The Guts to Keep Going, about helping her mother adjust to widowhood, was featured on National Public Radios This I Believe and appears in This I Believe II: More Personal Philosophies from Remarkable Men and Women (Henry Holt, 2008). Wilson holds academic degrees from Millsaps College, the University of Mississippi, and Vanderbilt University Divinity School. An affiliate of Amherst Writers and Artists, she leads writing workshops on such topics as creativity, spirituality, and grief. You can find her at www.amylyleswilson.com.