This is an excellent Southern cookbook, with many traditional southern recipes that generations of Southerners have cooked and loved.
From the Publisher:
The food of Tennessee is distinctive, reflecting the tastes and the customers of the cooks in whose kitchens it is prepared. Whether the food is 'b'ar steak' cooked according to Davy Crockett's instructions or Tennessee ham served on silver platters in Nashville or hush puppies browned in summering cauldrons at the world's biggest fish fry in Paris, or a plain midday meal cooked for a hungry family, Tennessee food is special. And good!
Release Date: 1972
Condition: Good, light age wear on dust cover. Plastic comb is damaged, but functional. but functional. Book is clean and text is bright.