Colonel Michael Masters captures the feeling and elegance of hospitality Kentucky style
Jim Brooks -- The Kentucky Standard, April 15, 2001
Colonel Michael Masters, the host of Kentucky shares his secrets for being so named.
Kay Matton -- Voice-Tribune, April 25, 2001
His cookbook is so Southern. He makes all of this sound so elegant and by following his example, simple.
Kay Matton,social columnist -- Voice-Tribune, April 25, 2001
Hospitality--Kentucky Style deserves a permanent place in our kitchen.
Keith Runyon, editor -- The Louisville Courier-Journal, April 29, 2001
This book is a delightful read.
Kay Vest, editor -- Kentucky Monthly, May 2001
We keep copies of the Farmington,Courier-Journal and Out of Kentucky Kitchens on our shelf. Now I include "Hospitality--Kentucky Style"
Keith Runyon, editor -- Louisville Courier-Journal, May 6, 2001
From the Publisher
It is with profound pleasure that Equine Writer's Press offers you "Hospitality--Kentucky Style," Simply Elegant Cooking and Entertaining.
"Hospitality--Kentucky Style" is a fabulous book about Kentucky cooking, the culture of entertaining that is centered on the enjoyment of horses, fine aged bourbon whisky and the warmth of old homes.
We think "Hospitality--Kentucky Style" is a must read for anyone interested in the great tradition of Kentucky cooking, Southern cuisine and the brand of hospitality practiced in the South and that is celebrated all over the world.
Colonel Michael Masters in his book, "Hospitality--Kentucky Style" gives insights into the Kentucky history and heritage that shaped his family and thereby him. The editorial writers have compared this book with the best cookbooks ever written on Kentucky cooking.
"Hospitality--Kentucky Style" will be a cookbook classic and on the bookstore shelves for many years to come.