Saturday, April 16, 2016

Review: Country Cooking From A Redneck Kitchen by:Francine Bryson

 Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen
About the Book:
Few people know that national pie champion Francine Bryson got her start on the cooking contest circuit at age sixteen with a savory stuffed pork loin—that won first place. In Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen, Francine invites you into her home to share recipes for everything that graces her Southern table: chicken dinners, savory pies, Sunday suppers to serve the preacher, make-and-take casseroles, dips and other redneck whatnots, backyard barbecue favorites—and, of course, three chapters devoted to her celebrated baked goods, including her most-requested holiday sweets. Feeding people is what Francine loves to do, and here are simple instructions for 125 dishes with 60 color photographs to help you to bring her Southern charm to your table.

My Review:
 Now this is my kind of cookbook. I see a lot of old fashioned favorites in this one from several different type of burgers to good old comfort foods like mac and cheese. Mama's Tuna Noodle Casserole sounds delish as well as Daddy's Chicken and Rice. If you are looking for an updated version of Granny's recipes you have picked up the right cookbook. So many fun yummy recipes that would be great for Friday night dinner or the church potluck on Sunday. Great recipes the pictures are divine, as well. This on is definitely a keeper!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.