A Skillet Full of Traditional Southern Lodge Cast Iron Recipes & Memories
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A Skillet Full of Traditional Southern Lodge Cast Iron Recipes & Memories

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In keeping with the rich southern tradition of passing recipes from generation to generation, neighbor to neighbor, and from Tennessee to Mississippi and all points beyond, the members of the Historic Preservation Society of South Pitssburg, Tennessee have assembled a great collection of Lodge Cast Iron recipes.

From crispy-crusted cornbread, to perfectly pan-fried chicken,...more
Paperback, 195 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Lodge Press
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Robin
A huge great addition to our cast iron cooking library. Several are now camp favorites.
gina
An excellent book packed full of sometimes surprising but great sounding recipes. Hope they taste good!
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