AA21 • Georgia Hometown Cookbook (Electronic Download)
- Item #: 978-1-934817-01-8D
The Georgia Hometown Cookbook is all about the great cooks and the great state ofGeorgia. Georgia Hometown Cookbook is full of local, tried and true recipes and fun-filled facts about hometowns all-over the state. From metropolitanAtlanta to the Southern grace ofSavannah, from the soaring beauty of mountains to the sun-kissed Atlantic coast,Georgia is rich with recipes handed down through the generations.
Kent Whitaker and Sheila Simmons bring you more than 300 of these all-time favorite recipes. FromGeorgia's Favorite Brunswick Stew to Drunk as a Skunk Georgia Pecans, Vidalia Onion Farm Fresh Salsa to Sweet Georgia Brown Pecan Pie, Fried Green Tomatoes to Fresh-Baked Home Style Peach Pie, Blueberry Dumplings, Barbecued Pork Butt, Baked Turkey Burgers, Stuffed Baked Lobster, Bbq Chicken Thighs, Pan-seared Scallops, Avocado Dip, Baked Asparagus, there are delicious, hometown recipes to please everyone... especially the cook because every recipe is easy-to-follow and uses ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen.
For those that confess to reading their cookbooks like novels (you know who you are) you’ll enjoy interesting food facts and stories about fun food festivals around the state such The Georgia Strawberry Festival in Reynolds which brings Big Mama’s Deep Dish Strawberry Cobbler Pie with Strawberry Whipped Cream first-place prize winner in the 2007 pie division.
When it comes toGeorgiahometown cooking, there's something for everyone to love. And this book brings you the BEST thatGeorgiahas to offer!
As we started our year-long research ofGeorgia's hometown cooking, it didn't take long to discover thatGeorgiacooks would provide a wealth of recipes to draw upon. Indeed, great cooks abound in thePeachTreeState. As expected, many of the recipes feature the products found so readily in the state... peaches, Vidalia onions, peanuts, pecans, and much more. Delicious recipes like... Millionaire Peach Salad, Pecan, Meringue Peach Pie, Georgia Goodber Butter Cookies, and Easy Peach Crisp.
From fast-paced city life inAtlanta, to the laid-back atmosphere in the North Georgia mountains, to fun in the sun on the Atlantic coast beaches to the smalltowns, woodlands, and rivers found all over the state, Southern hospitality is abundant inGeorgiawhere there is something for everyone to enjoy. From traditional favorites like Georgia Deviled Eggs, Fried Corn, and Stewed Cabbage and Beef... to new and diverse recipes like Georgia Peach Pasta Salad, Strawberry Kisses, and Jalapeno Shrimp Pops... toGeorgia's Favorite Brunswick Stew... There is definitely something for everyone to enjoy, too, when it comes toGeorgia's hometown cooking.
Nowhere isGeorgia's Southern hospitality more evident than during the many festivals that are held throughout the state each year. And throughout this book, you'll enjoy fun stories and pictures about food-related festivals across the state, there's a celebration to suite every taste.
Wishing you many happy kitchen memories,