Martha Pullen's Southern Family Cookbook

Reflect on the Past, Rejoice in the Present, and Celebrate Future Gatherings with More than 250 Heirloom Recipes and Meals

About The Book

Southern recipes, stories, and blessings from one family to another

Bring the family back into the kitchen with the Southern recipes and stories in this stunning cookbook. Southern lifestyle maven Martha Campbell Pullen offers you a place at her table as she shares her personal collection of family recipes and the joyous memories behind them. She'll inspire you to not only re-create her delicious Southern dishes in the warmth of your own kitchen, but also to reflect on the precious time you've spent with loved ones. Complete with a CD full of wonderful Biblical passages, engaging prompts, and journaling space, you'll be able to record and celebrate your favorite occasions and family recipes for years to come.

From Mama's Famous Sunday Barbequed Chicken to Fresh Fruit Salad for Bible Study brunch, this book is brimming with beloved recipes and remembrances that have been passed down from generations of the Pullen family—and now to you to enjoy with family and future kin.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Adams Media (October 2012)
  • Length: 320 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781440550089

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Raves and Reviews

"The best Thanksgiving gatherings are a taste of the stories of a family. Now, one of the best cookbooks I've ever picked up combines flavors and memories: Martha Pullen's Southern Family Cookbook. These recipes...combine both memorable flavors and terrific stories. Opening this book is a little like being invited to join the Crocker-Pullen family around their Thanksgiving table. And that's a place you'd be thankful to be." --Huntsville Times

"Finally, just in time for Christmas... Martha Pullen seems to know as much about cooking as she does about sewing. Martha Pullen's Southern Family Cookbook [is] a publication filled with many of her family's favorite recipes. Their stories are inspirational, so you may want to spend some time with the book." --Chattanooga Times Free Press