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This one-of-a-kind cookbook will transport you to a time where things were simpler, and food was always tasty and satisfying. Each of the recipes contained in this book is a reminder of how good food tastes in rural America, and will prompt you to create the dishes you grew up eating.
Among it's over 100 recipes, you'll find simple dishes like corn pudding and fried okra, as well as family favorites such as chicken friend steak with gravy and home-style pot roast. Leave room for lemon-friend bluegill and pond perch casserole, and don't forget the stuffed roast possum! Of course, you'll want to try a hand at molasses popcorn balls and wild blackberry pie.
About the authors:
Rolland Love and his family lived off the land in the Ozark Mountains. Growing up, he roamed the Ozark Mountains, floated it rivers, and provided food for the family. "We grew vegetable, hunted game, and enjoyed the rivers' bounty," he says. "We were self-sufficient. And there was no need to travel, we already lived in paradise." He is the author of An Ozark Mountains Blue Hole Murder Mystery, a young-adult mystery adventure set in the Ozarks, and its sequel An Ozark Mountains River's Edge Murder Mystery. He has also published short fiction in numerous outdoors publications. He likes to fish for smallmouth bass and create fun stories to tell his grandchildren.
Mary-Lane Kamberg was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and has spent most of her life in the suburbs. She has never eaten squirrel brains and doesn't want to. She does like to eat, however, and is "game" for almost anything. She is the author of The 'I don't Know How to Cook' Book. She, her husband and daughters have spent many summers at the Lake of the Ozarks swimming, water skiing, fishing for crappie and visiting grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.