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Very cute book and the recipes look great, too! I'm very glad I purchased, it was a perfect light read. I really like the author's style of writing.Published 1 day ago by Gem
this is a delightful and humouous book and I gave it as a gift.Published 15 days ago by JEANNE HIGHTOWER
Gave it to my husband as a birthday gift. He loved it and keeps re-reading it.Published 1 month ago by Aida M.
This is a real hoot. Fun for food lovers north and south of the Mason Dixon Line, or just to gain an appreciation of wonderful, quirky, but delightful traditions and customs.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I have read this book for the third time and enjoy it as much as the first. Living in the South is an adventure unto itself and being a frequent resident of Charleston and Savannah... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tindal38
great book,,,,,,,,,,title very misleading, it's funny and really a cook bookPublished 3 months ago by mjm
Love this book, it's a cross section of Southern trivia and a great recipe bookPublished 3 months ago by mjm
Being Dead is No Excuse purports to be a 'southern book' for funeral dishes and appropriate behavior. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Howard M. Romaine