Jack Daniel's Cookbook: The Spirit of Tennessee
American cuisine is beautifully showcased in Jack Daniel's The Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook. This regional cookbook captures over 330 recipes that celebrate generations of American cookery.
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 192 pages
Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press
Author: Pat Mitchamore with Lynne Tolley
Description: For most of us, the place we call hometown is where we spent our childhood, the time when life was simple, uncluttered, and uncomplicated. The love, security, and traditions we knew while growing up in hometown America are elegantly captured in Jack Daniel's Hometown Celebration Cookbook. The celebrations we remember are the personal ones, such as winning a Little League game, turning ten years old, getting a new tooth, or enjoying a mid-August cookout. The foods served on these occasions were favorites, nurturing a sense of place, self-esteem, and security.
Today, those same favorite foods bring to mind loved ones and friends, shared experiences, and rich memories. The more than 330 recipes here have been special to many people. Some have been in families for a hundred years, eaten and enjoyed at celebrations for generations. Eating them today brings back memories of slumber parties or of a special meal when Dad returned after being out of town for a week. These recipes represent many families, many tastes, and many celebrations.
The hometown pictured here is Lynchburg, Tennessee, one of the most recognizable small towns in America because of its hometown product, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey. Jack Daniel's Hometown Celebration Cookbook reflects America as we want to remember it.
Condition: Good condition.
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