to the kitchen of The Guilty Cook
The recipes in
"I'm Guilty of Loving Southern Cooking,
A Soul Food
Cookbook" do not compromise flavor and taste with
substitutes. Rather, real butter, bacon and real sugar are
the recommended ingredients in the dishes highlighted.
This book captures dishes found in many African American Big
Momma's kitchens. The author is a lawyer and not a doctor,
thus, no advice is given as to when or how often one should
consume or prepare the delicious foods in "I'm Guilty of
Loving Southern Cooking, A Soul Food Cookbook".
The book has recipes for fried chicken, chicken and dumplings,
collard greens, cabbage, peach cobbler, bread pudding, homemade
ice cream, cakes, gravies, homemade rolls and many more. "I'm
Guilty of Loving Southern Cooking, A Soul Food Cookbook"
is a perfect gift for the holidays, weddings, anniversaries and
birthdays. Eat, enjoy and be blessed!
here to read the story from the St. Louis Post Dispatch
"Let's Eat" section.