Best of the Best from Georgia Cookbook


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From the Publisher:

Imagine sipping iced tea in your rocking chair on the front porch, a gentle breeze sending the sweet fragrance of magnolia blossoms through the air, friends and family showing up to enjoy a menu of Fried Green Tomatoes with Remoulade, Bacon-Wrapped Grilled Corn on the Cob, Honey Pecan Fried Chicken, Sweet Onion Cornbread, and Company's Coming Peach Pie. You won't find these easy-to-make recipes in just any old cookbook. But you will find them in this unique collection of 400 mouth-watering recipes from 87 of Georgia's best cookbooks.

And, as a special treat for collectors, every featured cookbook is listed with ordering information. The original Best of the Best from Georgia, published in 1989, was the ninth volume in the acclaimed Best of the Best State Cookbook Series. This all-new edition continues the mission of Preserving America's Food Heritage. With more than 2 million copies sold, this series is known nationwide as the definitive source for state and regional cooking.

About the Author:

For decades, Quail Ridge Press has been collecting and publishing classic recipes from every corner of the country. The goal of this quest is to Preserve America's Food Heritage. The editors, Gwen McKee and Barbara Moseley have sought out the leading cookbooks within a state, and then selected the most popular recipes from these cookbooks to produce the different volumes in Quail Ridge Press' acclaimed Best of the Best State Cookbook Series. This series now totals thirty-eight volumes and contains over 15,000. Recipes in the Best of the Best series come from cookbooks all over America. Each of the cookbooks serves up a slice of Americana that is unique to the region and community. All of these people's choice recipes are easy to understand and prepare, and the instructions, methods, and familiar ingredients are kitchen tested and user friendly. Best of the Best cookbooks are full of outstanding recipes that you will want to cook over and over again.