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Southern Living Off the Eaten Path: Favorite Southern Dives and 150 Recipes that Made Them Famous (Southern Living (Paperback Oxmoor)) Paperback – Bargain Price, May 10, 2011
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What I especially liked about it, was some of the interesting ingredients used (I don't mean exotic or unfamiliar) to create pies, batters, coatings, etc. It does provide inspiration.
It might be a good idea to borrow this from the library before purchasing. It's more of a fun book than one you'll turn to again and again. It's not one that will get dog-eared from use.
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I have several of these combination cookbook travel guides and this is one of the best. Wonderful recipes, beautiful pictures, and interesting but not overly wordy descriptions of... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Charemor
This is my absolute favorite cookbook and I've read it many times over. Second Helpings and On the Road Again, the next books in the series, are wonderful, too! Read morePublished 2 months ago by squirrelmomma
Great book. I love the stories and the few recipes I have tried are all delicious.Published 2 months ago by dhuggins
Every recipe that I've made out of this book for my family has been a complete hit! I couldn't have asked for a better southern cookbook. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Gerber
Looking forward to visiting some of the places in this book!Published 10 months ago by James F. Wadford
I like to read about the places and great food he comes across the south .Published 10 months ago by Deborah Jeansonne