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Sheila Martin says
February 1, 2016 at 1:33 pm
Besides bean soup and flavoring for greens, what else can I do with my hambone from New Year’s Dinner (it’s in the freezer). When are you going to write another cookbook with complete menus? I love your blogs and recipes Thank you
Christy Jordan says
February 1, 2016 at 3:28 pm
I love to season pots of beans with it and soups, beyond that I use it for ham salads and such if there is a good bit of ham on it, or in a pasta dish, shredding the ham. My third book comes out this fall but it isn’t menus, it’s a different theme book but will go well with the other two. I don’t plan on writing any more physical books after this because the book tours and promotional travel are hard on my family. However, I am looking into the option of self publishing books or perhaps going with smaller publishers that don’t require book tours. I am very grateful for the blessing of larger publishers wanting to publish my works, I’m just a homebody 🙂
Kathy Murphy says
December 12, 2018 at 10:45 am
How can I but your previous books? Also I have saved many of your recipes but not sure how to pull them up in order to make .
Brenda Horner says
November 15, 2019 at 12:45 pm
I would like to win one of the Bible’s you are giving away I fell and broke my leg in August and did not get home until the end of October I know the Bible’s would be uplifting
Jane Britnell says
August 3, 2020 at 4:31 pm
How about publishing a cookbook with delicious recipes for two people? After cooking a lifetime for a large group, I find that it is difficult to cut down many recipes. (How do you measure is 1/3 of an egg??) Also, college students and young single people need smaller-size recipes also, without sacrificing any of the good old Southern taste. Can you help?
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