Granny's Hillbilly Cookbook
Granny's Hillbilly Cookbook from 1966 makes for a fun collectible. It has some wonderful collection of country-style recipes that are easy to make. Recipes featured are themed around the famous foods of Granny, star of The Beverly Hillsbillies.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket and plastic protective sleeve, 261 pages.
Publisher: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Author: Irene Ryan & Cathey Pinckney
Description: As Granny says, "You jist cain't beat a woman that looks city and cooks country!" Here she tells you about cornmeal cookin', hog heatin', fish fixin', feathery varmints, greens 'n roots, soops 'n omalets, picklin', and beaverages that is mostly o' a spiritual nature.
Ever heard of Beelzebub Birds? It's Granny's way of fixing special chicken. And, Alligator Tail? It's the tastiest beef dish you ever put to your palate! There are even hors d'oeuvres -- one of which Granny calls Baby Owl Liver Munchings -- made with bacon and hard boiled eggs.
Spiced with wit, hillspun humor and wisdom, Granny's Hillbilly Cookbook includes breads, wild game, fish, meats, soups, vegetables, salads, desserts, preserves and jellies -- to name only a few. But don't be fooled by the fun -- the recipes are all authentic, tried and tested and translated for the grocery-going, modern-kitchen cook who likes to serve up exciting and tasty new dishes in a minimum of time.
Here's a grand new cookbook, so different, so delightful and so much fun that you'll turn to it for family fare and party-time treats the whole year 'round.
Condition: Dust jacket has small tears. Further good condition.
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