Sunday, April 6, 2014

The Southern Bite COOKBOOK

*Disclaimer - I received the book mentioned below, free of charge, for review purposes. In no way did this alter my review. All of my opinions expressed in this post are one-hundred percent honest and true.*


The Southern Bite Cookbook is packed full of over 150 irresistible dishes from four generations of family favorites. The cookbook was made based upon the thought that "any food, no matter how basic or inexpensive, made with love is the best food", which was taught by the authors mother. 

I have to admit, Southern food is my weakness. As I flipped through the pages of the cookbook, I found so many recipes that I would like to try to make.  One in particular,  is Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Praline Topping. The cookbook covers just about everything, so you can use it to make four course meals, perfect for entertaining or every day meals. 

As you flip through the pages of the cookbook, you will find delicious recipes including salads, soups, casseroles, cakes, appetizers, and many more.  Some of the recipes include:

  • Okra and Tomatoes
  • My Secret Cheese Grits
  • Cornbread Salad
  • Slow Cooker White Beans
  • Red Velvet Brownies
  • And many more!

Although, the cookbook does not contain photos on every page, it is one of my favorites.  I honestly, want to make almost every recipe in this book.  The recipes seem simple yet delicious and most of them do not call for very many ingredients. I will definitely be implementing more Southern foods into our families suppers. 


MEET THE AUTHOR:
Stacey Little is the author of this fabulous cookbook. Being that he is from Alabama, he knows all of the cherished  staples of the Southern kitchen.  Stacey Little is actually a well known food blogger at SouthernBite.com, which was createdin 2008.  He currently resides in central Alabama, where he lives with his wife, son, and dogs, along with his lovely collection of cast iron skillets. 

BUY IT: You can purchase The Southern Bite Cookbook in the US for $24.99. 

31 comments:

Melissa Tiffany said...

This looks so good!! I miss living in the South and the food!!
Tiffany

Marielle Altenor said...

I grew up in Florida so southern cooking is also my weakness lol This books sounds like it is filled with some amazing recipes!!

Masshole Mommy said...

I need to get this! Even though I love my New England food, there is nothing quite as decadent as southern food. YUM!

valmg @ From Val's Kitchen said...

I love cookbooks, always good to know about another. I love chicken fried steak, I wonder if she has a gravy recipe for that in there.

JT and Amanda said...

I love southern food. It is one of my favorite food types to cook and eat. Thanks for sharing about this cookbook, I'll check it out!

Kristi said...

I love flipping through cookbooks and this one sounds pretty good. I would check out the slow cooker white beans recipe and the brownies too!

Erica said...

I love southern style recipes. This cookbook looks really great!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I love Southern cooking. LOve It! I wonder if that has a recipe for greens in it. I love beans and greens together the southern way.

erin said...

Oh, I love southern food. I bet those grits are amazing!!

Jaredamy said...

If there is one Southern food that I just don't get, it has to be grits. I am all for unique foods, but I just do not care for salty grits. I do however LOVE pretty much any other Southern comfort food.

Pam said...

This looks like my kind of cookbook! Southern food is my weakness as well.

becca said...

This book sounds yummy i adore southern cooking.

Ashley B. said...

Some of the recipes on the cover look amazing! I love southern food cookbooks.

Triplezmom said...

My husband would love this. He adores southern cooking.

Pam said...

I have never really eaten a lot of southern cooking being from the north. I should really check this book out and try some of the recipes.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

Ohh what a great sounding recipe book, I definitely wouldn't mind having a nose through it :) x

Annie said...

I love food from the South! I can't wait to try the real thing one day. Awesome cookbook for those that wanna learn :)

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

My husband was stationed down South when he was in the Army and the food down there was absolutely delicious.

Amber Nelson said...

This definitely looks like a great cookbook!

Jennifer Williams said...

Cheese Grits, Okra and cornbread - I would definitely love this. I will have to check this out so I can make some of my favorites.

Liz Mays said...

There is definitely something fabulous about Southern cooking! I'll have to look for this one for sure.

Amanda & Jenni said...

This sounds great! I love Southern Food!

Toni Patton said...

Oh that sounds amazing. I am a fan of southern recipes!!!

theroadtodomestication.com said...

That looks great! My hubby grew up on Southern Food, so this might be a good one for me to try!

Teresa Moody said...

A yummy book to have. I dont cook that mch but wold like to have this.

Marni Mutrux said...

Mmmm..I love Southern Food too and it looks like that cookbook is packed with some of my favorites.

Babita@BabsProjects said...

There are some southern food that I love. Okra, grits are my favorite. This book sounds wonderful. Wouldn't mind checking it out.

Amanda Ripsam said...

your making me hungry

Amanda McMahon said...

Okra! I absolutely love Okra. We have some up on the stove now!

Melanie said...

YUMMM.. this looks like a great cookbook.. LOVE southern cooking; thanks for sharing I'm SOOO hungry now

Rachee said...

Red Velvet Brownies sound good!