Monday, September 3, 2012

My collection of our favorite thirty-seven Southern "Feel Good" family recipes from our family to yours... Each recipe is easy, all are "tried and true," and most have very few ingredients for family meal times that are as busy as ours!
Made from fresh fruit and ingredients that YOU control these recipes not only taste better than store bought they also allow you the chance to create some hand-me-down recipes of your own.

Don't worry if you've never made homemade jellies and jam before because you'll find information on jelly/jam making basics along with helpful tips and an FAQ section. 

Want to get started right away? No problem! The freezer jam recipes are easy to make and you don't need any special equipment.
These seven quick and easy breakfast recipes, each tailored to cater for the needs of one person, include homemade cereals and sausages, smoothies, egg dishes, fruits and yoghurt, and rice (it’s delicious!). They require varying amounts of preparation time, between just 3 and 16 minutes from fridge to plate in the morning!

They require little to no expertise, need no equipment that a normal kitchen is unlikely to have and, in the main, make use of readily available ingredients. Where an ingredient, like almond milk, may be difficult to find, more readily available alternatives, like soy milk or dairy milk, are suggested. And they’re all healthy meals, tasty enough to tempt even the most jaded appetite!

Readers are encouraged to experiment, to try alternatives and to adjust the recipes to suit themselves. And to see breakfast as an opportunity to make a really good start to each and every day, with one of these oh, so simple and delicious meals!
Are you skipping a mouthwatering breakfast because your rushing out the door.

You can stop making excuses because once you've tried just one recipe inside this cookbook, you'll be wondering why you never started your day with the most important meal.

Breakfast will be an absolute joy with these fat fighting recipes. Never again deny yourself a mouthwatering smoothie or meal. Your body will thank you, keep you in a fabulous mod and keep you from avoiding that evil vending machine in your place of work.
This e-cookbook was created to encourage whole foods living for families, while offering ample alternatives to prepackaged meals and snacks.

Within you will discover 125 healthy recipes and over 100 full color photos for quick breakfasts, on-the-go snacks, and portable lunch items. And of course, the recipes are kid-friendly (and adult-friendly!), easy, and delicious.
The key to getting through these rotten times is knowing you’re not alone. You may be new to the world of paycheck-to-paycheck broke-ass living but it’s a very big community, populated with every kind of ethnicity, nationality, religion and class. How we get through is with a little help from our friends and that’s what this book is about. How we make great family dinners work with little to nothing is what I am going to teach you. I do not claim these recipes to be gourmet. Some are simple, "Why didn't I think of that?" recipes. Most are designed to be quick, "We've got 20 minutes, what can I make?" type of meals. Simple foods, quick preparation, kid-pleasers are what we focus on. Season as you like, get creative or just prepare as written, it's really up to you. The recipes contained are hearty meals for growing families, they are time tested and will feed a family of 4 for pennies a day. Because this book is for hard working struggling families a portion of the proceeds of the sale of this book go to families in need.
These single-dish recipes are a simple, inexpensive and nutritious way to provide your family with healthy meals. This recipe collection features a wide variety of cuisines, including popular ethnic dishes and vegetarian and vegan entrees. Enjoy healthy, easy recipes that you will not get bored with!

To know more about Bailey Morries, visit the website ( and get a kindle edition cookies recipes for free.

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From the Introduction by Eve Walter:

We're a diverse group of friends and coworkers with a mission: a Holiday Potluck to celebrate the season and share in some friendly competition. With a small budget, a few hours of preparation, and some late-night cooking, we put together a down-sized Top Chef potluck competition — save for the fame, sweating and nervous breakdowns.

As potlucks were created in the nature of giving, it seems only right to want to share our recipes — and some tips on setting up the event — with fellow food lovers.
Throwing out a party and do not know what to serve? This collection of recipes include a wide variety of party dishes from warm and cold finger food to dips and spreads, appetizers, desserts and even mouth watering beverages! Now you can throw a party and invite your friend and family over and enjoy the great time together!

To know more about Bailey Morries, visit the website ( and get a kindle edition cookies recipes for free.

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“In Lee Douglas’s “Weird Things People Eat In The South” experience a humorous recollection of the weird food the author experienced while growing up in the deep south. From opossum n tators to squirrel brains, feel his connection to the sometimes not so common foods enjoyed by true southerners. 
The author also includes wild game recipes that are a must try. Get cookin with such southern food recipes as:
Lip Smakin Deer Stew
Darn Good Rabbit Stew
Squirrel n Gravy
and more...
Grab your copy today of this comical memoir of the author growing up in south Alabama and the weird foods he experienced.

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