Quick-Fix Southern Cookbook

Food and Travel, Regional Food
on June 25, 2012
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With 155 recipes, Quick-Fix Southern by Rebecca Lang shows that "Southern" and "easy-to-make" are not mutually exclusive terms. Rebecca's recipes are inviting, simple to make and user-friendly. From Appalachian Trail Mix to Spinach and Vidalia Souffle to Roasted Tomatoes and Parmesan Grits, her recipes bring a taste of the South to cooks, no matter where they are, and each takes 30 minutes or less of active prep time.

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Rebecca's grandmothers, whom she called "Tom" and "Sa," were traditional Southern cooks, who "could run a kitchen like nobody's business," she says. "With cooks like that only a few blocks away, I was destined to have a passion for home and the food that makes it mine."

As an added help to cooks trying to find Southern ingredients, Rebecca includes a list of sources and contact information for everything from country ham and bacon to pepper jelly.

Rebeca is a contributing editor for Southern Living and has taught cooking classes all across the country. She is the author of Southern Entertaining for a New Generation and Mary Mac's Tea Room: Stories & Recipes from Atlanta's Classic Southern Kitchen.

Quick Fix Southern (Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC, 2011).

 

 

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