These books are a cooperative effort between me and my husband, Timothy Craig Everhart, fantasy writer and author of "Tianna Logan and the Salem Academy for Witchcraft." While writing these cookbooks was indeed my idea and I choose which recipes to include in them, the actual physical writing was his job, he IS the writer of the family.
Dawn Everhart lives in Lexington, NC with her husband Tim and their three somewhat wild and crazy kids; Angela, Chelae, and Anthony.
Trying to teach yourself how to cook?
Having trouble following recipes?
Don't understand how things work?
Then this is the book that you are looking for.
This book is designed to teach anyone how to cook or cook better, no matter what skill level you may be starting from, even if you have never been in a kitchen before or don't even know where to begin.
In this third installment of Down Home Southern Cooking you’ll find all 211 recipes from the first book, all 217 recipes from the second book plus much more. In each chapter there are bonus recipes plus there are 2 bonus chapters that are not contained in either of the first two. All of these 117 bonus recipes will not be published anywhere else, on the web or in another of our books.
As with part one, the recipes in this second book has come down through both of our families, some reaching back several generations. The chapters in this book are a continuation of the chapters in the first volume, not the same chapters with different recipes in them. This makes it a true second volume, as if it were one book split into two halves.
I created this book for all the picky eating children of the world, or rather for the people that are trying to feed them. It is filled with the recipes I have found or invented over the years that will lure them to the table and get them eating. You’ll also find many methods and outright tricks that I’ve used to entice them to try new foods they would normally turn their noses up at.
The Recipes you'll find in this cook book have come down through our family for many generations. Some of them are newer than others, fifty years or less, but a few of them are over two hundred. All of them are tried and true favorites that your family will love just as much as ours always has. They are just Good Ole Southern Style recipes that will keep your family coming back for seconds.