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Miss Kay's Duck Commander Kitchen: Faith, Family, and Food--Bringing Our Home to Your Table

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Writing a cookbook for people who love good food has been a lifelong dream for me—and I’m so happy to be sharing some of our family’s favorite recipes with you! In this book you’ll find everything from Jase’s Favorite Sweet Potato Pie to Phil’s own special recipes, like his scrumptious Crawfish Fettuccine. There’s “girly” food for a gathering of your best girlfriends, like ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published November 5th 2013 by Howard Books
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Not sure why I bothered with this - I'm not a huge fan of the show. The food is OK - lots of comfort staples, but almost everything is fried. I had hoped to get a good desert out of it, but while the recipes are OK, I've got them already, possibly in a better form (Texas sheet cake, anyone?). I had also hoped for more Cajun-inspired recipes.

The potluck chapter is probably the most useful. The information on cooking game would also be handy if you have a hunter in the family. And the dedication t
✿✿Tammy Barton
I checked this out at the library (had it on hold) and I totally LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! So far I have made the Cheesy Corn Casserole (my fave),Jase's Fave creamed Potatoes (Yummy), and Jep's Meatloaf choice..I have not never ever ever been a big meatloaf fan (icky), but my family all loves it so I make it, and with Miss Kay's recipe I actually was like OMG & WOW this meatloaf is DELISH!!!)This is now 1 of my favorite cookbooks!I have to get my own copy for sure!!
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Loved it--the title says it all. "Faith, Family, and Food--Bringing Our Home to Your Table." There are 2-3 page introductions of each chapter, telling a fun anecdote or two about family members and also sharing their family's strength and faith. Then, each recipe page also has a short paragraph by a family member, telling about the dish and why it's special to them, and/or giving hints, tips, and tricks for success in making it. Not only does each recipe page list the ingredients and steps to co ...more
Christine Smith
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December 14, 2013 by Christine Smith Leave a Comment

miss-kays-kitchenMiss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen by Kay Robertson brings faith, family and food into your own home. The book is filled with more than 200 pages of Robertson family recipes, stories and photos. The chapters in the book are organized from a mom’s perspective: Cooking for Phil, Feeding My Boys, When he Grandkids Come Over and Remembering Granny are some of my favorites. These are not lo
I enjoyed this book. The Robertsons are my kinda people, and I know these kinds of people. So they are familiar and likeable folks. The recipe selection and discussion was warm and folksy, and provided insights into the Robertson family and their history. I tried several of the recipes for a Duck Dynasty Marathon. The food wasn't special. I cooked what I already had ingredients for, and food that appealed to my tastes. Tried the Nutty Oatmeal Cookies. Just alright, nothing special, and over-bake ...more
Katy Jane
1. I loved the quotes, Bible verses, and anecdotes within the book. They made the book come alive. Like the quote in this book by Thomas Keller said, "A recipe has no soul. You, as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." Miss Kay's stories bring soul to this book.
2. I look forward to trying many of these recipes out. I'm a little tentative about some of them because of their nature, some because I'm lazy and don't want to work that long on them, and some because I have no clue where I would fin
I admit that I'm surprised by how much I liked this book! I entered to win it through First Reads so that I could give it to a friend. It arrived today and I read it cover to cover so that I could review it. While it does have a section of wild game recipes that I won't be cooking from (though my friend might), I actually took note of many recipes that I am going to try - from meals to sides to desserts. I put it on my Christian shelf and memoir shelf in addition to my cookbook shelf because int ...more
When I got this book I was a little nervous that the only recipes in this book would be for wild game. I was pleasantly surprised that almost all of the recipes are "regular" food. I like how the book is divided with some of her kid's favorite things to eat and then her grandkids etc. I also like that there was a comment on every recipe from either Miss Kay or one of the other members of the family. It has great pictures and easy to follow recipes.
For the family and faith portions of the cookbook, 5 stars. Very sweet, nice to see all the old family pictures, and fun to read. I definitely enjoyed the book on the basis of Miss Kay's anecdotes alone.

For the food portion... 2 stars. I doubt I would make anything in this cookbook. I either already have a similar recipe that I don't need to replace, or, well, these just don't sound as good. There is a lot of fried food and a lot of cheese and cream and condensed soup and butter. I can't believ
Heather Maclean
Got it for Christmas and I was so surprised. It's shockingly good! It's charming, witty, religious, uplifting, easy-to-follow, and the recipes are downright delicious. I'll admit, I was expecting nothing but Squirrel Brains Stew, and there is a chapter on Wild Game Recipes (which look good, btw), but the rest is all good, hearty, normal Southern food. Already made the Spoon Butter Rolls, Roasted Beef & Vegetable Soup, and the Chocolate Pie --- all YUM! Can't wait to try the rest. Very happy ...more
so,i'm pretty much going to read anything Duck Dynasty, even if it's a cookbook.
they've got some really good recipes, but I will probably not be able to cook 95% of them.
anyway, I enjoyed reading it and looking at the recipes, but I wish there had been more stories in here!
Many recipes in here are Miss Kay's version of recipes we already have, but her extras add so much. This is the first book I grab now when planning meals.

Beware of the number of servings each recipe makes if you're a small family unless, like us, you don't mind left overs.

The Pecan Pie recipe was a huge hit in our family surpassing the tried and true recipe of my mother's. Even mom liked it better than her own recipe. Enough said.
This book was cool because it had both mouth-watering recipes, and good stories. Miss Kay shares with us all of the fun times she has had with her family around the table, including the lessons they've all learned, the laughs they've shared, and the fun they've had.
Fredrick Danysh
For fans of Duck Commander [Duck Dynasty] Kay Robinson has put together a cookbook of favorite family recipes. Each chapter begins with a short family story. Some recipes call for canned products bu there are still interesting recipes such as crawfish pie.
Jenny K
I enjoyed reading all the little family stories/excerpts throughout the cookbook. This cookbook just shows how real the Robertson's are...they use canned soup to make recipes too! This cookbook is not fancy-fied in any way...just a real family cookbook.
Lovely cookbook! I loved how she made it into not just a cookbook but almost as a family book, full of pictures, stories, and nothing but good words about everyone, and how she demonstrates her faith. I also love that she had other people put in their recipes as well and not just her own.
As for the food, my favourite so far is the mac and cheese, good old fashioned southern cooking. Is she the best cook in the world? I do have better cookbooks but beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I definite
Sharon Chance

Along with faith and family, food is a big part of what holds the Robertson family of "Duck Dynasty" fame together, and it's the family matriarch, Miss Kay, who holds the spoon that keeps the pots full of delicious meals for her brood.

Miss Kay shares some of her best family recipes in her new cookbook, "Miss Kay's Duck Commander Kitchen," which she has put together with the help of Chrys Howard. (Crys is Korie, Willie Robertson's wife's mother!) And this book is not only filled with some yummy
Sheila Wakefield
This book is full of good country cooking, quotes, scripture, family photos & anecdotes from the Robertson family. Many of these recipes are things that I already cook. This book makes me like Miss Kay even more than I already did because it portrays her as the genuine and unpretentious woman that she is.
Carrie Doyle
I still don't think I'll be making any squirrel recipes any time soon - there are quite a few excellent recipes I'm looking forward to making - especially her Italian Creme Cake recipe!
This is the most unique cookbook I have ever seen. It has recipes for squirrel, alligator balls, possums, and fish. She is a great cook and I cooked a few of these things.
Wow! The recipes in here looked so good! It even had a recipe for frog legs. I've never had frog legs before but Miss Kay really made them look very mouth watering. :)
Gotta say that I was actually really impressed with this cookbook! The book was focused on "down home" recipes and a number of them were pretty well known/common recipes that are easy to find, but with Miss Kay's Cajun twist to them.

Just a warning...there are recipes in there for the "game" or critter. I totally bypassed that section. I never see myself eating squirrel or frog.

There are numerous recipes that call for the family's Cajun seasoning. I prefer to make my own as the better chunk of
Loved the stories and the pictures. Especially loved the recipes. We've tried almost half of them, and haven't found one we didn't like.
Miss Kay loves God, her family, and good food. This provided many tasty recipes, combined with Southern charm and rock solid faith.
Just like the show: lots of photos of the families, plenty of togetherness, and good Southern food (heavy on the meat, dairy, & frying!).
Tracy Morton
Many good recipes of all types. Some of the recipes involve using mixes which was a little disappointing.
I bought this for my mother.. I am pretty sure all the recipes will be delicious but I probably won't try squirrel
Renfroe Lass
I received this book for Christmas and I have really enjoyed it. I've made several of the recipes already. Being a southern country girl myself, I liked that the recipes are all familiar and easy to use. I so enjoyed the personal touch she gave by putting family anecdotes throughout. Definitely a keeper!
What a great cookbook. Can't wait to try some of her recipes, especially the corn casserole. I found that she and I cook a lot alike. This book was very well put together and very well written. Loved the pictures of the family and the stories. Enjoyed the Bible quotes and how The Lord Is So Much Apart Of Their Family! I watch The Duck Commander Show and HIGHLY dislike how they make Miss Kay look like a dumb, backwoods woman who is in actuality is a very smart woman as this book reveals!
Letitia Castleman
Good Christian values sprinkled throughout this cookbook.
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