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This cookbook is dedicated to the truth that southerners are just as skilled and generous with the snack as they are with their bounteous, overflowing meals. In seventy-seven recipes that range from classic to contemporary, Perre Coleman Magness embraces the southern approach to snacking, including all the small bites you'll need for any event, whether a football game, a p This cookbook is dedicated to the truth that southerners are just as skilled and generous with the snack as they are with their bounteous, overflowing meals. In seventy-seven recipes that range from classic to contemporary, Perre Coleman Magness embraces the southern approach to snacking, including all the small bites you'll need for any event, whether a football game, a party, or, if things are looking down, a funeral. Many of the recipes are inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on southern flavors. Highlighting local ingredients and traditional techniques, these snacks--from Fried Dill Pickles with Delta Comeback Sauce to Louisiana's Natchitoches Meat Pies and Charleston's Benne Wafers--shine a light on the diversity of regionally distinct southern cuisine. The contemporary recipes work ingeniously with familiar southern ingredients, from Field Pea Hummus and Country Ham Pate to Smoked Catfish Spread and Sweet Tea Pecans. The recipes are enriched with delightful stories and lore, along with thirty-six lush color photographs. Getting together with friends and family? You will never arrive empty-handed again.


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This cookbook is dedicated to the truth that southerners are just as skilled and generous with the snack as they are with their bounteous, overflowing meals. In seventy-seven recipes that range from classic to contemporary, Perre Coleman Magness embraces the southern approach to snacking, including all the small bites you'll need for any event, whether a football game, a p This cookbook is dedicated to the truth that southerners are just as skilled and generous with the snack as they are with their bounteous, overflowing meals. In seventy-seven recipes that range from classic to contemporary, Perre Coleman Magness embraces the southern approach to snacking, including all the small bites you'll need for any event, whether a football game, a party, or, if things are looking down, a funeral. Many of the recipes are inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on southern flavors. Highlighting local ingredients and traditional techniques, these snacks--from Fried Dill Pickles with Delta Comeback Sauce to Louisiana's Natchitoches Meat Pies and Charleston's Benne Wafers--shine a light on the diversity of regionally distinct southern cuisine. The contemporary recipes work ingeniously with familiar southern ingredients, from Field Pea Hummus and Country Ham Pate to Smoked Catfish Spread and Sweet Tea Pecans. The recipes are enriched with delightful stories and lore, along with thirty-six lush color photographs. Getting together with friends and family? You will never arrive empty-handed again.

46 review for Southern Snacks: 77 Recipes for Small Bites with Big Flavors

  1. 4 out of 5

    Faith

    I don't entertain, and don't cook all that much either, but I do like to look at cookbooks even when I know I'm not going to cook any of the recipes. This book had some tasty-sounding recipes and beautiful pictures but unfortunately not for all of the dishes. (At least the pictures were not in the PDF of the book that I received.) Some of the recipes were adapted from community recipe books. There's a heavy use of cheese, mayo and frying so it's not exactly health food. On the other hand, this i I don't entertain, and don't cook all that much either, but I do like to look at cookbooks even when I know I'm not going to cook any of the recipes. This book had some tasty-sounding recipes and beautiful pictures but unfortunately not for all of the dishes. (At least the pictures were not in the PDF of the book that I received.) Some of the recipes were adapted from community recipe books. There's a heavy use of cheese, mayo and frying so it's not exactly health food. On the other hand, this is snack and party food and not designed for your daily diet. The recipes are grouped into the following categories: Dips and Spreads; Cheese, Please; Deep-Fried Love; Seafood and Eat It; The Meat of the Matter; The Garden Path; Nuts for Snacks; and Lagniappe. I'll just mention a few of the recipes that drew my attention. Dips include Mississippi Sin which is baked in a hollowed out loaf of French bread until it's gooey. A reimagining of hot spinach dip incorporates collard greens and pimento cheese. Hot Vidalia onion soufflé (which is not really a soufflé) is very simple to make. Carolina caviar is billed as a dip, but this combination of black-eyed peas and corn in a vinaigrette looks more like a salad to me. Cheese recipes include cheese straws, various cheese crisps, biscuits and bars and a savory cheesecake made with country ham. Deep-fried recipes include fried dill pickles, fried okra, corn fritters with spicy honey, catfish bites with beer sauce and calas (fried rice fritters) with charred green onion dip. Seafood was represented by crab cake bites with artichoke tartar sauce, citrus pickled shrimp, petite crawfish pies and Cajun popcorn (fried crawfish tails). Meat recipes include sweet tea brined pork tenderloin with sweet tea mustard, sweet and spicy pecan pepper cocktail bacon and cured duck breast with persimmon chutney. Vegetable recipes were a soggy tomato sandwich (seriously, this is just tomato and onion on bread with mayo), squash pancakes with pimento pepper relish, dilly beans and asparagus with lemon chiffon sauce. Nut recipes include tea pecans, barbecue peanuts, southern goat cheese with boiled peanut relish and pecan-stuffed dates wrapped in country ham. A lot of the recipes looked interesting, most seemed really easy and not too time consuming and nothing seemed beyond my capabilities. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Ks Book Reviews

    I love appetizers and hor d’oeuvres. They’re my favorite part of a holiday meal or going out to eat. I could make a meal out of them. And sometimes at home, I do. So, I was thrilled to find SOUTHERN SNACKS. The first thing I did when I opened this book was look at all the photos. Sadly, there isn’t a photo for every recipe (that’s my hang-up), but the photos that are included made my stomach growl, my mouth water, and my grocery bill go up. Throughout chapters for Dips and Spreads, Cheese, Deep- I love appetizers and hor d’oeuvres. They’re my favorite part of a holiday meal or going out to eat. I could make a meal out of them. And sometimes at home, I do. So, I was thrilled to find SOUTHERN SNACKS. The first thing I did when I opened this book was look at all the photos. Sadly, there isn’t a photo for every recipe (that’s my hang-up), but the photos that are included made my stomach growl, my mouth water, and my grocery bill go up. Throughout chapters for Dips and Spreads, Cheese, Deep-Fried morsels, Seafood, Meat, Veggies, Nuts, and Crackers and Biscuits, author Perre Coleman Magness also includes little notes about her life, family, and the southern food that she grew up with. My favorite story is Gas Station Peanut Brittle. It made me smile, and sad at the same time, because I could completely relate with how the author felt. Recipes range from simple to elegant, so there’s something for every gathering. Your guests will rave over each platter full of these culinary creations . . . Mississippi Sin, Deviled Egg Spread, Traditional Cheese Straws (yum), Williamsburg Cheese Biscuits, Country Ham Cheesecake, Comeback Sauce, Fried Grits with Tomato-Bacon Jam, Crab Cake Bites with Artichoke Tartar Sauce, Petite Crawfish Pies, Beef Tenderloin with Blue Cheese Biscuits and Green Onion Butter, Bama Wings with White Sauce, Party Tomato Pies, Dilly Beans, Sweet Tea Pecans, Nuts and Bolts, Cornbread Thins, Cocktails Biscuits, and more! I’ll be going back and checking out this author’s other cookbooks. If they’re anything like SOUTHERN SNACKS, they’ll be wonderful additions to my cookbook library. A note to author Perre Coleman Magness. Ma’am, as wonderful as your recipes are, so too are your reminiscences of your life. What a wonderful book your memories alone would make.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Taryn

    I'm a southerner so this book immediately spoke to me but you don't have to be southern for it to speak to you. I'm always looking for fun bites to try because not only do I love to cook, I also enjoy the looks on peoples faces when they eat something I've put together. This book came at a great time for me, my dad will be turning 70 in August and I've been looking for new recipes to make for a party we are having for him. Let me tell you this book delivered wonderfully on taste and ease when I I'm a southerner so this book immediately spoke to me but you don't have to be southern for it to speak to you. I'm always looking for fun bites to try because not only do I love to cook, I also enjoy the looks on peoples faces when they eat something I've put together. This book came at a great time for me, my dad will be turning 70 in August and I've been looking for new recipes to make for a party we are having for him. Let me tell you this book delivered wonderfully on taste and ease when I took on several recipes, deciding on the ones I will use for my dads party. I tested several and loved them all. The Carolina Caviar was a simple but well seasoned dish that I enjoyed making, I've made a recipe similar to this one but enjoyed the differences that this one added. Now as anyone can tell you southerners love Deviled Eggs and that happens to be a specialty of mine so I had to try the Deviled Egg Spread and it turned out beautifully. Not only was it easy to make but it truly reminded me of a deviled egg. I'll be turning this spread into sandwiches like the book suggested and can't wait to see what everyone thinks. Now I have a freezer packed full of pecans that I put up last year and I found a fabulous recipe that not only allowed me to use them but brought them to life. The Pecan Cheese Strips were simple to make and are something that can be made ahead of time and frozen. I love this because I can always make several batches, freeze them, and pull them out when needed. When you are making most of the food for a party being able to make something ahead of time is always welcome. The last recipe that I tried was the Bacon Pecan Cheese Ball, just like the deviled eggs, southerners adore a well put together cheese ball. I've made a huge variety of them over the years but never one like this and let me tell you it is one that I will use again and again. Who doesn't love bacon and cheese!!! This was truly a great compilation of recipes that I look forward to making may way through. I'll be testing more as the weeks go by and can't wait to see what catches my taste buds next. I received and ARC of this book, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher --- This cookbook is dedicated to the truth that southerners are just as skilled and generous with the snack as they are with their bounteous, overflowing meals. In seventy-seven recipes that range from classic to contemporary, Perre Coleman Magness embraces the southern approach to snacking, including all the small bites you’ll need for any event, whether a football game, a I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher --- This cookbook is dedicated to the truth that southerners are just as skilled and generous with the snack as they are with their bounteous, overflowing meals. In seventy-seven recipes that range from classic to contemporary, Perre Coleman Magness embraces the southern approach to snacking, including all the small bites you’ll need for any event, whether a football game, a party, or, if things are looking down, a funeral. Many of the recipes are inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on southern flavors. Highlighting local ingredients and traditional techniques, these snacks—from Fried Dill Pickles with Delta Comeback Sauce to Louisiana’s Natchitoches Meat Pies and Charleston’s Benne Wafers—shine a light on the diversity of regionally distinct southern cuisine. The contemporary recipes work ingeniously with familiar southern ingredients, from Field Pea Hummus and Country Ham Pâté to Smoked Catfish Spread and Sweet Tea Pecans. The recipes are enriched with delightful stories and lore, along with thirty-six lush color photographs. Getting together with friends and family? You will never arrive empty-handed again. I ADORE Perre Coleman Magness’ books: the “Pimento Cheese: The Cookbook” is in heavy rotation as I adore pimento cheese to the point where my husband thinks I am psychotic. (To e, a balanced meal is pimento cheese and corn bread!) The recipes are so yummy looking (GREAT photos!) and any book with a chapter entitled “Deep Fried Love” has a permanent place in my heart. And on my bookshelf: I ordered the book to add it to my Coleman Magness collection. 5 yummy stars!!!  

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lizy

    I normally don't review cookbooks, but I tasted the sweet tea brined pork tenderloin with sweet tea mustard and I have to say, it was AMAZING, yall! I also really love that this book mentions good-quality ingredients, like using Duke's mayo (which is the only mayo I will cook with) and Crystal hot sauce-- which is the best, fight me. I can't wait to do more cooking out of this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Divena

    This book contained some great southern party snacks. Though not the healthiest of choices they seem simple and easy enough to prepare during summer bbq season. The author also provided background on where these recipes originated from and added her own unique twists to some of them. The Collard Green Pimento dip sounds like a must try recipe.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    "Southern Snacks" provides you with an array of appetizers that capitalize on the flavors of southern cooking and often serve them up with just enough of a twist to be something new and different. With each recipe, there are notes about the inspiration or original source for the receipe. Reading through this cookbook, I was immediately making a list of the recipes that I want to make - maybe to take for a next gathering and others to just nibble on through the week. As a fan of cucumber & he "Southern Snacks" provides you with an array of appetizers that capitalize on the flavors of southern cooking and often serve them up with just enough of a twist to be something new and different. With each recipe, there are notes about the inspiration or original source for the receipe. Reading through this cookbook, I was immediately making a list of the recipes that I want to make - maybe to take for a next gathering and others to just nibble on through the week. As a fan of cucumber & herbed cheese tea sandwiches, I look forward to making the Benedictine (cucumber sandwich spread) to change up a tea party menu. The Pecan Cheese Crisps provide an additional flavor note and a different shape for the traditional cheese straw (never fear, a traditional recipe is also included). My "want to make" list also includes Cheddar & Pepper Jelly Crumble Bars; Jezebel Jelly & Cream Cheese; Squash Puppies; Citrus Pickled Shrimp; Beef Tenderloin with Blue Cheese Biscuits & Green Onion Butter; Chafing Dish Tamale Balls; Party Tomato Pies; Zuchinni Cornbread Bites; Overnight Onions and Sweet Tea Pecans. Free ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This tasty cookbook is available on September 10th.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Southern Snacks by Perre Magness Coleman is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early September. This book offers chapters on dips, cheesy, deep-fried, and nutty things (sometimes all three at once), seafood, meat, and veg, plus acknowledged storytelling offshoots with titles, like 'Ro-Tel,' 'Ham Dust,' Crawfish Boil,' and 'Koolickles,' oftentimes with their own suggested menus. There's a neutral color scheme, generally along the same lines of, say, Martha Stewart or a Pier One lakehouse/nautic Southern Snacks by Perre Magness Coleman is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early September. This book offers chapters on dips, cheesy, deep-fried, and nutty things (sometimes all three at once), seafood, meat, and veg, plus acknowledged storytelling offshoots with titles, like 'Ro-Tel,' 'Ham Dust,' Crawfish Boil,' and 'Koolickles,' oftentimes with their own suggested menus. There's a neutral color scheme, generally along the same lines of, say, Martha Stewart or a Pier One lakehouse/nautical collection (i.e. alotta beige, aqua, and zings of scarlet red). The recipes amount to generous, more than ample serving sizes (usually for up to 8 people) and my favorite ones include Texas crabgrass dip, country ham pate, traditional cheese straws, comeback sauce, fried okra, grilled andouille doubloons with sweet potato mustard, Natchitoches meat pies with buttermilk dip, chafing dish tamale balls, zucchini cornbread bites, barbecue peanuts, cream cheese wafer biscuits, and bacon crackers.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Psusan

    Perre Coleman Magness certainly knows his Southern dishes as is evident in Southern Snacks. There are a variety of small delicious bite-size recipes in this book along with some wonderful tales to go with them. I loved the story of Hollywood even though I am not a dill pickle fan. The recipes are categorized into groups such as Dips and Spreads; Cheese, Please; Deep-Fried Love; Seafood and Eat It; The Meat of the Matter; The Garden Path; Nuts for Snacks; and Lagniappe. It has been said that here Perre Coleman Magness certainly knows his Southern dishes as is evident in Southern Snacks. There are a variety of small delicious bite-size recipes in this book along with some wonderful tales to go with them. I loved the story of Hollywood even though I am not a dill pickle fan. The recipes are categorized into groups such as Dips and Spreads; Cheese, Please; Deep-Fried Love; Seafood and Eat It; The Meat of the Matter; The Garden Path; Nuts for Snacks; and Lagniappe. It has been said that here in the South we fry everything, but that chapter is not the longest, but it does have some interesting, mouth-watering recipes such as corn fritters with spicy honey. This is a cookbook that any South cook would be proud to own. Buy it for yourself, then give a copy as a gift. The publisher through Net Galley provided a digital ARC. I have voluntarily decided to read and review, giving my personal opinions and thoughts.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Literary Soirée

    I loved every recipe I found in SOUTHERN SNACKS ... and there are 77 for “small bites with big flavors!” Adore the colorful design and really pretty photos in this terrific cookbook by Perre Coleman Magness, cook and writer behind the website The Runaway Spoon, which focuses on creative recipes with a Southern slant. Every kind of snack ... for a football game, party, special occasion ... is featured, many inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on sout I loved every recipe I found in SOUTHERN SNACKS ... and there are 77 for “small bites with big flavors!” Adore the colorful design and really pretty photos in this terrific cookbook by Perre Coleman Magness, cook and writer behind the website The Runaway Spoon, which focuses on creative recipes with a Southern slant. Every kind of snack ... for a football game, party, special occasion ... is featured, many inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on southern flavors. I want the Field Pea Hummus, Sweet Tea Pecans, Louisiana’s Natchitoches Meat Pies, Charleston’s Benne Wafers ... and hey, if I can admit it, the Fried Dill Pickles. Major yum! Along with recipes you’ll find fine Southern stories and lore, just perfect to read while fixin’ up your next Southern Snack. I’m in Heaven, y’all! 5/5 Pub Date 10 Sep 2018 Thanks to University of North Carolina Press and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are fully mine. #SouthernSnacks #NetGalley

  11. 4 out of 5

    Penmouse

    Yum! Yum! Yum! I think that pretty well sums up the Southern Snacks cookbook by Perre Coleman Magness. The author has compiled a lovely collection of recipes you can snack on morning, noon or night. Some of the recipes you'll find include: Hot Vidalia Onion Souffle Traditional Cheese Straws Cheddar and Pepper Jelly Crumble Bars Hollywood Fried Pickles Comeback Sauce Smoked Catfish Spread Sweet Tea Brined Pork Tenderloin with Sweet Tea Mustard Kentucky Hot Brown Bites Cherry Tomatoes with Creamy Buttermil Yum! Yum! Yum! I think that pretty well sums up the Southern Snacks cookbook by Perre Coleman Magness. The author has compiled a lovely collection of recipes you can snack on morning, noon or night. Some of the recipes you'll find include: Hot Vidalia Onion Souffle Traditional Cheese Straws Cheddar and Pepper Jelly Crumble Bars Hollywood Fried Pickles Comeback Sauce Smoked Catfish Spread Sweet Tea Brined Pork Tenderloin with Sweet Tea Mustard Kentucky Hot Brown Bites Cherry Tomatoes with Creamy Buttermilk Dip Zucchini Cornbread Bites Barbecue Peanuts Boiled Peanuts Cream Cheese Wafer Biscuits Firecrackers You will also find food lore and color photos sprinkled throughout the cookbook. Recommend. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Destiny Bridwell

    I received a copy of this for a fair and honest review. I am a lover of book and snack is a nice way to get a lot of little tastes of this that are all over the map. This is from the south and I think the cheese section of the cookbook was my favorite besides the fried section. I love to fried foods. There is always a section on seafood. Hard to get that in my land locked state of Montana. There are a few other sections but I mentioned my favorites. The pictures of the food in this book were we I received a copy of this for a fair and honest review. I am a lover of book and snack is a nice way to get a lot of little tastes of this that are all over the map. This is from the south and I think the cheese section of the cookbook was my favorite besides the fried section. I love to fried foods. There is always a section on seafood. Hard to get that in my land locked state of Montana. There are a few other sections but I mentioned my favorites. The pictures of the food in this book were well staged and inviting. They did their job and that was to make me hungry. I will definitely be looking to make some of these in the near future.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne Grace

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy from University of North Carolina Press for my unbiased opinion of the book. OMG, this cookbook had me salivating from the first recipe page. This book makes me feel that I am back south of the Mason-Dixon line! I gratefully tried hot Vidalia onion souffle, Kentucky beer cheese, party tomato pies, Bama wings with white sauce, and beef tenderloin with blue cheese biscuits and green onion butter. I loved it all!!! I really enjoyed all the side stories, helpful hi I received an Advanced Reader Copy from University of North Carolina Press for my unbiased opinion of the book. OMG, this cookbook had me salivating from the first recipe page. This book makes me feel that I am back south of the Mason-Dixon line! I gratefully tried hot Vidalia onion souffle, Kentucky beer cheese, party tomato pies, Bama wings with white sauce, and beef tenderloin with blue cheese biscuits and green onion butter. I loved it all!!! I really enjoyed all the side stories, helpful hints, and buyers reference guide in the back. This will be my new go-to party recipe reference guide!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Critterbee❇

    Great idea, a book full of Southern style snacks, flavourful and often fried and with bacon or mayo! I kid, even though it is true... I enjoyed reading through this book, and got a lot of good ideas for party and holiday gathering foods. The instructions were clear, the photos were very well done, and the recipe selection was varied moderately enough - not recommended for plant-based diets! This should do very well in our library. *eARC Netgalley*

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Simpson

    Make you wanna slap your Mama!! Please note that I received an ARC from NetGalley for an honest review. I absolutely adored this gem of a cookbook. Not only are the recipes accessible, I love that Perre Coleman Magness shared so many memories. Not only of food, but places and people. My family is from Lawrenceburg, TN so the author's recollection of time spend in Columbia was so familiar and warming. Just a reminder than food, memories and the South are so interwined. The fact that many of these f Make you wanna slap your Mama!! Please note that I received an ARC from NetGalley for an honest review. I absolutely adored this gem of a cookbook. Not only are the recipes accessible, I love that Perre Coleman Magness shared so many memories. Not only of food, but places and people. My family is from Lawrenceburg, TN so the author's recollection of time spend in Columbia was so familiar and warming. Just a reminder than food, memories and the South are so interwined. The fact that many of these foods are small plates reduces the guilt while allowing for some indulgence. BUT the food!! Oh my gravy (biscuits). Cheesy, greasy but easy peasey. The use of familiar favorites like bacon and cheese presented in a very elegant and serene palette. I can't wait to make the Bacon Pecan Saltine Toffee or try my hand at the famous Kentucky Hot Brown (Bites). Please note that I WILL purchase a copy of this for myself upon publication.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Robertson

    It's no secret that southerners love to eat. Most functions and gatherings in the south revolve around food. The rich tradition of southern cooking is showcased in the pages of this book. This cookbook offers 77 recipes for full flavor southern snacks, good for everything from potlucks to tailgating. Many of the recipes are either borrowed from or inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on southern flavors. Each recipe features a brief introduction, hel It's no secret that southerners love to eat. Most functions and gatherings in the south revolve around food. The rich tradition of southern cooking is showcased in the pages of this book. This cookbook offers 77 recipes for full flavor southern snacks, good for everything from potlucks to tailgating. Many of the recipes are either borrowed from or inspired by southern community cookbooks, home cooks, and chefs who put new twists on southern flavors. Each recipe features a brief introduction, helpful tips, and a history of the dish. Most of the recipes also feature full color photos of the delicious dish. There is also another feature called "sidebars" where the author showcases a staple ingredient or southern tradition. These are sprinkled throughout the book. There's something for every appetite in this fantastic cookbook. The recipes are divided into categories as follows: 1. Dips and Spreads 2. Cheese, Please 3. Deep-Fried Love 4. Seafood and Eat It 5. The Meat of the Matter 6. The Garden Path 7. Nuts for Snacks 8. Lagniappe The end of the book provides a source for finding ingredients and a complete index of the recipes. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves unique food, particularly food prepared with a southern twist. I received this as a free ARC from The University of North Carolina Press on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Madanakrishnan

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lonsdale Koester

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This book made me so hungry! Southern Snacks is full of a delicious recipes with southern staples, like pimento cheese, cornbread, black eyed peas, and so many others.The recipes seem to be easy to follow, and the photographs are beautiful. I would love to make every dish in this book. There are also sidebars that provide information about different southern traditions or customs and recipe suggestions to go along with them. Buy this wherever books about southern cuisine are popular. Thanks to N This book made me so hungry! Southern Snacks is full of a delicious recipes with southern staples, like pimento cheese, cornbread, black eyed peas, and so many others.The recipes seem to be easy to follow, and the photographs are beautiful. I would love to make every dish in this book. There are also sidebars that provide information about different southern traditions or customs and recipe suggestions to go along with them. Buy this wherever books about southern cuisine are popular. Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Denice Langley

    I love cookbooks and have many, many great books in my collection. This one has earned its space on my shelf. Travelling with my husband in the Air Force, we spent a few years in the South. Many of these recipes remind of cooking with our friends and the snacks that we enjoyed at many a gathering. I've been looking for a great recipe for fried pickles and this one just might be the winner!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Meg Dean

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lisabeth

    This book contained some great southern party snacks. Though not the healthiest of choices they seem simple and easy enough to prepare during summer bbq season. The author also provided background on where these recipes originated from and added her own unique twists to some of them.

  23. 4 out of 5

    roxi Net

    Starting a cookbook with a recipe for "Mississippi Sin' is not a bad thing in my view :D. This book is elegantly designed with simple recipes (although I'd prefer numbered step-by-step rather than narrative) that I can't wait to make. I've marked quite a few, since I tend to do themed dinners (and my 'southern' menu needs inspiration for sure -- which I've found in "Southern Snacks". The cheese-focused recipes alone stoked my appetite and how would I ever know to use a cookie press to make chees Starting a cookbook with a recipe for "Mississippi Sin' is not a bad thing in my view :D. This book is elegantly designed with simple recipes (although I'd prefer numbered step-by-step rather than narrative) that I can't wait to make. I've marked quite a few, since I tend to do themed dinners (and my 'southern' menu needs inspiration for sure -- which I've found in "Southern Snacks". The cheese-focused recipes alone stoked my appetite and how would I ever know to use a cookie press to make cheese straws?!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    I was very excited with I was selected to preview this book. I love cooking and am always looking for new recipes. This one being Southern Snacks I knew I would find something. There will be several appearing at a homegate this fall. They even share possible recipe choices for tailgates, Derby Day, Sunday afternoon get togethers and many more. You will find recipes using ingredients that are so totally southern such as black eyed peas and country ham. And no southerner is without a good cheese s I was very excited with I was selected to preview this book. I love cooking and am always looking for new recipes. This one being Southern Snacks I knew I would find something. There will be several appearing at a homegate this fall. They even share possible recipe choices for tailgates, Derby Day, Sunday afternoon get togethers and many more. You will find recipes using ingredients that are so totally southern such as black eyed peas and country ham. And no southerner is without a good cheese straw recipe. There is a whole section of cheese recipes! Yea! And don't skip the deep fried section either. Choices range from Fried dill pickles to fried grits. Of course there is also a chapter for seafood. Oysters to catfish and everything else in between. For you hunters there is a wild game chapter as well. I can't wait to try the Sweet Tea Pecans. They might be appearing soon at my house. Well if you don't see me for a while I will be in the kitchen trying some of these new recipes. Now which one to try first?

  25. 5 out of 5

    Leanetta

    Being a real Southern Girl and all from the Great State of NC, I love to cook. And if you love to cook and/or would like to try some wonderful country cooking then this is the cookbook for you. The recipes are just like the ones my Grandma makes and if it’s something I forgot or don’t have the recipe the recipe for I can flip to it in my handy dandy Southern Snacks cookbook. You can tell the author put a lot of work into this crafting just the right snacks. I can’t wait until this is published s Being a real Southern Girl and all from the Great State of NC, I love to cook. And if you love to cook and/or would like to try some wonderful country cooking then this is the cookbook for you. The recipes are just like the ones my Grandma makes and if it’s something I forgot or don’t have the recipe the recipe for I can flip to it in my handy dandy Southern Snacks cookbook. You can tell the author put a lot of work into this crafting just the right snacks. I can’t wait until this is published so I can go out and get the physical copy for my own kitchen. #SouthernSnacks #NetGalley #Yummy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    I was so excited to read this book about Southern snacks. Some I had never heard of and wish to try. Being from the South, I understand the concept of having something to offer people when they visit. Now I have many more foods to add. If you like southern cooking or just good food, you will love these recipes. I received this book from Net Galley for an honest review and no compensation otherwise.

  27. 4 out of 5

    P.e. lolo

    A cook book with southern recipes. For me some like the Smokey butter bean spread, Bourbon spiked caramelized onion bacon bean dip, and the Hollywood fried pickles were just a few that stuck out for me and ones that I am going to try. The book is easy to follow and is broken down in sections from dips, spreads, butters, deep fried, fish, and drinks. There even was a cheese cake made with ham. Along with the recipes there are pictures that add to this book. I received this book from Netgalley.com A cook book with southern recipes. For me some like the Smokey butter bean spread, Bourbon spiked caramelized onion bacon bean dip, and the Hollywood fried pickles were just a few that stuck out for me and ones that I am going to try. The book is easy to follow and is broken down in sections from dips, spreads, butters, deep fried, fish, and drinks. There even was a cheese cake made with ham. Along with the recipes there are pictures that add to this book. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 3 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

  28. 4 out of 5

    Betty

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  30. 5 out of 5

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  31. 5 out of 5

    Aurelie Poirier

  32. 5 out of 5

    Ramakrishna

  33. 4 out of 5

    CANADA NWR

  34. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Fair

  35. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  36. 5 out of 5

    Jean

  37. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  38. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin

  39. 5 out of 5

    Christy Robinson

  40. 5 out of 5

    Carol Teter - Mauck

  41. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

  42. 4 out of 5

    Maria Martino

  43. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

  44. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

  45. 5 out of 5

    Jill Meece

  46. 5 out of 5

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