Cook The Cover With Me! November 2023 Southern Living

We just passed the 30,000 mark on Facebook! If you’re an active member of our Facebook page, leave a comment below to be entered to win an autographed copy of my cookbook.

If you’re not an active member on Facebook, go ahead and leave a comment below and then join our Facebook page to be entered. Be sure you “like” a post or leave a comment on our Facebook page so you’re counted as active!

Contest closes at midnight Saturday night, October 29th at midnight. Winner announced Monday on Facebook. 

Don’t you just love seeing the gorgeous food on the cover of each issue of Southern Living? Today I thought it might be fun if you join me in my kitchen while I cook the cover!

Note: I cut the cooking time by about ten minutes when I baked it in a 9×13 pan instead of the suggested springform pan. 


For this recipe, pick up a copy of the November 2011 issue of Southern Living or visit them online at (click here to go directly to the recipe).

But I *really* think you should get a copy because there are 103 recipes in this issue alone!



“If we magnified blessings as much as we magnify disappointments, we would all be much happier.”

– John Wooden

Thank you, Jenny!

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  1. would love to win a copy of your cookbook and then donate to our local public library to add to their collection.

  2. I’ve been following your blog since you began, love all your stories. I’ve bragged to everyone I know that Madison has a local celeb. I quess you are living the dream. (at least living mine) heeheehee. One day I will stop you in Kroger and really say hi…..
    Keep on with your funny and entertaining lessons.
    I’m waiting on the Gluten-Free cookbook of Southern Cooking….I might have to write that one myself.

  3. I just checked it out of the library this week and I’ve put it on my list for Christmas…but an autographed copy woud be so much better!!!

  4. Great video – love your little helpers. I enjoy your web site and wonderful upbeat personality. Yummy recipes just like my grandmother used to make!

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