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Calling All Cooks
First in series of four cookbooks with recipes handed down from generation to generation for both novice and expert cooks. Every effort is made not to duplicate recipes in any of the books in the collection.
Published January 1st 1982 by Telephone Pioneers of Alabama
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I love this cookbook with a special kind of ferocity. I grew up Southern, real Southern, and beyond the usual biscuits and gravy and grits, I can think of about 10 dishes that symbolize my mother's cooking for me. All 10 of those are in this cookbook and have graced many a Sunday dinner or church potluck. Give a Southern woman some cream of mushroom soup and Ritz crackers, and she can whip up a casserole even Gordan Ramsey can't find a reason to yell at. So I went into this month's cookbook havi ...more
What a great cookbook! My mother swears by it. I bought this (finally) this year and haven't made any recipes out of it myself yet. However, I've read it and have also eaten uncountable recipes from it that my mom has made over the years.