The Southern Slow Cooker Comfort Cookbook : Twice the Flavor for Half the Hassle
The foods of the American South reflect a unique blend of cultures and culinary traditions. The Native Americans, Spanish, French, and British all contributed to the development of 'Southern Food', bringing with them, recipes and foods from their cultures. Transplanted Africans also brought their special contribution to Southern cuisine we know today. For as long as there has been a South, food has been central to the region's image, its personality, and its character. Food was a blessing, a pleasure, a cause for celebration. The tradition of hospitality, of serving large quantities of good things to eat, to large numbers of hungry people, of sharing food and drink with family and friends, and even strangers, proved to be a durable tradition in the South, outliving war and depression and hunger. This book is chock full of our favorite Southern Cooking Recipes. They are hearty and delicious and can all be made right in your Slow Cooker, so they are simple and easy too! If you love to cook, like I do, you will probably want to get started right away!
- Paperback | 32 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 1.78mm | 95.25g
- 28 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations