Kiss My Grits, Sugar: Southern Humor with a Side of Tasty Fixin's
Blue Sage Press, 2010 - 116 pages
Since I'm a Southern girl through and through, I figured it was high time I got around to writing a book filled with good old Southern recipes. My mouth is watering just thinking about fried chicken, potato salad, banana pudding and pecan pie. This book is chock full of my family's favorites. And because I'm not the serious type, I like my food served up with some humor on the side. So I tucked in a few tall tales from my childhood about me and my kin to tickle your funny bone. Inside you'll find 19 humorous short stories about growing up in the South during the 1950s, plus more than 80 recipes for good old-fashioned Southern cooking. Come on in and sit a spell, sugar. Enjoy a chuckle or two, then whip up some of these tasty fixin's. Visit www.BlueSagePress.com to read more.
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