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To a Southerner, History isn’t just something we learn in school – it is also a family member. We take our history seriously, and never more so than in the kitchen. Stacey Little takes four generations of family’s recipes and shares them with others. Recipes for Chicken and Dumplin’s, Fried Okra and Kentucky Pecan Pie are interspersed with stories such as Wisdom from the Peanut Man and Why Christmas Trees Don’t Have to be Green. Reading all the great stories and recipes, it felt as if though I was invited to “Have a seat. Dinner will be ready in a minute.” The few recipes I’ve tried in this book hit the Southern nail on the head, and when I take them to a gathering, I am always asked for the recipe. Now, that’s a true sign of a great dish!