Francine Bryson’s Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen is a fun introduction to southern cooking. Each recipe has entertaining and endearing stories about how she was introduced to each recipe. Her first chapter named Redneck Whatnots is for times when guests pop in to say hi. We share the same philosophy of making sure our guests feel at home when then stop by for a visit. For me, it’s always important to make your guests feel welcome and leave with a happy belly.
Francine Bryson had me at her first recipe, Coconut Party Dip. You know I love a good party dip. She lost me at Squirrel Pot Pie but redeemed herself with three chapters filled with delicious sweets. My picky husband looks forward to the fried chicken and BBQ pork butt. I baked the German Chocolate Cookies and was very happy with the results. It’s peach season here and I plan to make her Peachy Praline Pie soon. Sounds delicious doesn’t it?! It would have been great if Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen had a photo for each recipe. I don’t know about you but I need a photo of the finished product when I follow recipes. What’s your favorite southern foods?
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