HUNGRY IS A MIGHTY FINE SAUCE COOK BOOK : Recipes & Ramblings from the Belle of all things Southern.

HUNGRY IS A MIGHTY FINE SAUCE        SHELLIE RUSHING TOMLINSON

                                         Shellie Rushing Tomlinson, the Belle of All Things Southern, is serving up down-home southern dishes with a healthy side of laugh-out-loud entertainment in Hungry Is a Mighty Fine Sauce. Featuring dozens of tried-and-true recipes complemented by entertaining stories, your hunger--and your craving for humor--are sure to be satisfied! Uncomplicated, delicious recipes including Bodacious Black Bean Salad and Spicy Sausage and Crawfish Spread (125 recipes, to be exact!) fall into categories including Feeding the Funny Farm, Carnivores Are Us, Holidays in Dixie, and Watching the Curves. Eye-catching photos, guaranteed to make your mouth water, are included throughout. . .sure to be a much-appreciated gift or centerpiece on your very own kitchen countertop.

PAT'S REVIEW 

           This is a southern cookbook that is filled with recipes and stories as well. I thought the stories added to the book instead of just your regular here is the recipe and follow the instructions. The photos in the book were very good as well. Even though this is a southern cookbook and you may not be able to, or want to cook some of the recipes, the section on breads, and deserts are always a good place to start and are filled with many good choices. Overall I found this to be a very good cookbook. I got this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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