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Southern Cooking (Favorite Brand Name Recipes Series)

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PDiscover memorable dishes that make Southern cooking a cherished tradition.brbrA classic collection of more than 100 soul-warming, elegant yet down-home recipes like Southern Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Peach-Glazed Virginia Ham, Fried Green Tomatoes, Hoppin' John Soup and Sweet Potato Pecan Pie.brbrThis handy book lays flat which makes it convenient to use.brbr56 ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published July 15th 2010 by Publications International
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Joel
May 21, 2012 Joel rated it liked it
This cookbook features over 150 recipes that help define the American South. From crab cakes to quick breads to BBQ pork ribs to simple iced tea, it's all covered here. Most dishes are fairly basic and take no more than an hour or two to fix. Of course, many of them can be tossed into a slow cooker and left to simmer for much of the day, so when returning from a long day at work, it's all ready. A lot of tasty photo illustrations go along with the recipes. Great when you have a tried and true ...more
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