Need The Southern Plate Cookbook By Christmas?

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First off the good news: a lot of folks have the Southern Plate cookbook on their Christmas wish lists!

And now for the interesting news: lots of places are sold out! I know a lot of folks were going to Sam’s Club and Costco to get their books but now many are telling me their warehouse clubs no longer have any. Mine hasn’t had any for weeks and they had a few hundred to begin with. I’ve heard our local Costco is out as well and facebook comments from around the country are reporting the same.

If you’d like to get the book for Christmas, please go ahead and order it from an online bookseller today (Amazon has it for $14.48 right now with free shipping options) or check with your local bookstore and have them reserve you a copy to make sure you have it under your tree Christmas morning.

I’ve been overwhelmed with the reception the book has gotten and will always be grateful to you for that. I’ve read every single review on and you are all so very good to me, I love you dearly and am so blessed to have you in my life.

The Huffington Post chose Southern Plate as one of the ten best blogs to cookbooks!

If you live in the North Alabama area, I do hope you can come out this Sunday December 19th from 3-5 to the Barnes and Noble on Carl T Jones in Huntsville. We’ll be having a benefit book signing where a percentage of the proceeds will go to help Manna House, our local organization that helps feed those in need. There will be a free craft table for the kids to make ornaments and a cupcake decorating table as well. Cupcakes are $3.00 each and all of that money goes to Manna House also. Most of my family will be on hand, including my parents, and we’d all love to meet you. Of course, I’d be honored to sign your books if you’d like. For more information or to RSVP, please click here.

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  1. Christy,
    I just located your website by accident a few days ago on a friends Facebook page! I love it & all your “down home recipes”! I live near Charlotte, NC and all of these recipes are like what my grandmothers used to cook but they would never share their recipes with me & I was their “only granddaughter! Go figure! I did finally get one grandmother to write down her “Egg Custard Pie” recipe but it was a “little of this & a little of that”…I framed it and it hangs in my kitchen. She wrote it down on a paper plate. I smile every time I look at it because that’s my favorite pie. I’ll be purchasing your cookbook if I can locate it. I hope your legs have healed well! You were a real trooper!

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