White Trash Cooking

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Jargon Society, 1986 - Cooking - 134 pages
8 Reviews
This is not a joke book or a parody. This is a warmly written, humorous, and quite serious cookbook filled with delightful traditional and unusual recipes. It includes wonderful photographs by the author of people and places and food all connected to his fondness and memory of growing up in rural and small town Mississippi. You may not be tempted to try every single recipe in this book, but you won't be able to resist trying many ofthem!

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User Review  - shesinplainview - LibraryThing

I fell in love with this book at first sight. I knew and loved alot of these recipes already. I've been a fan of "white trash cookin'" all my life. Read full review

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User Review  - hhj1 - Overstock.com

I bought this as a joke gift and kept a copy for myselfit has neat photos.Recipes are really simple so one day I made quick slaw salad using this book.Well it turned out to be the only slaw salad my ... Read full review

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About the author (1986)

Mickler was born and raised in Palm Valley, Florida, a cabbage-palm swamp near St. Augustine. After a two year try at writing and singing country music and working making birds from driftwood and shells, he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. He moved to California and went to Mills College and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree.

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