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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (October 13, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595553010
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595553010
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.8 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,101,440 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Lynne Tolley, the great-grandniece of Jack Daniel, is the proprietress of Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House restaurant in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Lynne travels extensively as a talk show guest, sharing traditional southern recipes.

Pat Mitchamore is a writer, public speaker, seminar leader, and travel consultant. She is also executive director and producer of the Mr. Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band.

More About the Author

Lynne Tolley, the great-grandniece of Jack Daniel, is the proprietress of Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House restaurant in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Lynne travels extensively as a talk show guest, sharing traditional southern recipes.

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The book is beautifully laid out and written; the range of recipes is great and the pictures and stories rich with the Tennessee heritage.
Carole
It tasted HORRIBLE and still makes me a little sick to think about actually drinking it...but I like the way it smells and I love things cooked with it.
janjanmom
The Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook by Lynne Tolley and Pat Mitchamore is not only a cookbook, but a trip down memory lane, as well.
B. Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Carole on March 20, 2001
Format: Hardcover
I have been cooking with Jack Daniels Black Lable Whiskey for many years. Today I was sitting in the isle of a book store looking at cook books and ran upon this unknown book. After spending at least a half hour pouring over it I was impressed beyond words. I realized that my cooking with this whiskey had only touched the tip of the iceberg. The book is beautifully laid out and written; the range of recipes is great and the pictures and stories rich with the Tennessee heritage. Of course I put the book back on the shelf so I can purchase it here at Amazon since the savings is much better. But I can honestly declare you will be totally delighted with the book and the great eating you will gain.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Baker on December 21, 2004
Format: Hardcover
This is one of my favorite cookbooks. It's full of beautiful pictures and really great recipes.

As you might expect, it has lots of recipes with the sponsor's product in it, and of course, they are really good. The chocolate velvet cake with Jack Black and the "tipsy sweet potatoes" are definite keepers. But so are the many recipes from Miss Bobo's boarding house. Miss Bobo did not allow spirits on the premises. One of my favorites that always draws raves is the artichoke, spinach, and mushroom casserole.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charlene L. Amsden on November 20, 2009
Format: Hardcover
Tennessee is renowned for many things, most notably it's music, scenic beauty, walking horses and Jack Daniel's Whiskey. -foreward

More than just a cookbook, more than just a history, more than just a memoir, Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook, Volume 1, embraces all of those genres and goes beyond them to create a book that is charming, informative, entertaining and functional. I received this cookbook in the mail five days ago and have already prepared several of the recipes. So far the Grilled Lemon Chicken (p. 120) has been our favorite, but right now the Black Label Sirloin Roast (p.107) is in the oven and it's smelling pretty darn good!

The Macaroni & Cheese Puff soufflé (p.111) didn't puff. In fact, it sunk. The flavor was great and C. said he would love to see it again for dinner, providing I follow the directions next time. The thing is, following the directions is dependent upon understanding them. I didn't. "Light bread crumbs" means the bread needs to be freshly crumbled and not toasted. The dried bread crumbs were too heavy for the soufflé.

This is not a bookbook for beginners or lazy cooks. Each recipe takes time to prepare. Many of the directions are implied. Steps are skipped. These are recipes shared by real cooks who have been making these dishes for years, perhaps even generations, and what seems automatic to them is not necessarily so to someone meeting the recipe for the first time.

Another drawback, in my opinion is the organization of the Index. There is a section marked "Chicken", but not all of the chicken recipes are in it. I find the same to be true of the other categories. One has to pretty much remember the name of the recipe if one wishes to revisit it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sheri Newton on October 29, 2009
Format: Paperback
Thanks to Thomas Nelson Book Review Blogger program I was able to review the new Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook by Lynne Tolley and Pat Mitchamore.

I chose to review this book because I'm a novice chef and learning to cook and read recipes I want to learn to cook is fun for me. Jack Daniel's is also a Southern favorite, so it was only natural for me to want to read this cookbook.

Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook reveals the rich tradition of country cooking, the distinctive taste of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, and the heritage of rural America are all elegantly captured in Jack Daniel's The Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook. Included are more than 350 recipes, stunning full-color photographs, and stories of the people, places, and traditions of Middle Tennessee. Illustrated and indexed.

I enjoyed reading through this cookbook and found quite a few recipes for food and drinks that I will be making in the future. The stories and photographs featured throughout the cookbook gave a warm feel of the people of Tennessee and bring the traditions to life. My favorite story was about men whittling pieces of wood because I've seen this tradition numerous times while visiting Southern states.

My favorite drinks featured in the cookbook are: Chocolate Jack, Champagne Punch and Jack Sour.

The food recipes all sounded delicious, but these are my favorites: Pecan Chicken Salad, Spinach Tarts, Hot Weather Herbed Tomato Soup, Spiked Cherry Salad, Broccoli and Rice Casserole, Georgia Peach Muffins, Hushpuppies, Banana Fritters, Banana Raisin Bread, Miss Mary's Famous Chicken with Pastry, Intoxicated Chicken, Tennessee Curled Cookies and Jack Daniel's Brownies and Glaze.

With the help of this cookbook, I'll be able to make some favorite Southern home cooked meals!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nightstandtales on February 13, 2010
Format: Hardcover
I always love a cookbook with photos! This one has some black and white and some color - as a novice cook I rely on pictures to help me decide if I am going to make the meal and if I have done it right. This book was sent to me by Thomas Nelson Publishers for review and I was up for the challenge. After trying a few recipes I glad I had. I do really wish the book had more pictures and a little less text but overall it is ok. The essays in the book are a nice treat and the categories are easy to follow and understand. Overall I am glad to have this book in my cupboard!
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