Tampa is the place to be today if you love pirates for the annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival! This cookbook is filled with a treasure chest of recipes.
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The classic from 1964. You can never go wrong owning a Joy of Cooking cookbook.
An Italian version of Louisville’s Legendary Open-Faced Sandwich called the Hot Brown.
Did I say the best fried chicken in Mississippi? How about the best in the whole country? I mean, world…
My son-in-law misses Katz’s Deli in New York City, so we brought Katz’s to him for a Christmas gift!
The classic boozy Harvey Wallbanger Cake fits right into the New Year celebration.
Steamed Puddings are fun to make and a unique dessert to offer during the holidays. This one is made with persimmons and served with a delicious hard sauce.
I hit the vintage cookbook jackpot at a darling store in Jackson, Mississippi, along with some local food products.