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I remember my grandma’s kitchen with the fondest of memories. You would find her making pancakes and syrup or grits and eggs for breakfast, BLT’s for dinner (we called lunch “dinner”) and chicken fried steak with gravy or southern fried catfish for supper (we called dinner “supper”). Add to that buttermilk biscuits, cornbread, collard greens, black-eyed peas and banana pudding and you’re in southern heaven! That reminds of the Hank Williams song, “If Heaven Ain’t a Lot Like Dixie, I Don’t Wanna Go!”

My grandma’s recipes come from a long line of Florida pioneer women who learned to cook from an early age. My great-grandma kept a box of recipes which my grandma added to. I now have that box of recipes! Imagine having handwritten recipes from as far back as the 1800’s! I began thinking one day that it was a shame to keep these incredible southern recipes all to myself so I decided to write a cookbook! As I was sorting the recipes, I realized that many of my grandma’s and great grandma’s recipes are what are commonly known as “Soul Food!” This is how Southern White Folk’s Soul Food Cookbook was born! If you’ve been looking for an authentic southern cookbook steeped in southern pride and culture, you’ve found it! Enjoy!

Table of Contents

Southern White Folk’s Apple Pie
Southern White Folk’s Baked Beans
Southern White Folk’s Banana Pudding
Southern White Folk’s Beef Gravy
Southern White Folk’s Black-Eyed Peas and Hog Jowls
Southern White Folk’s Bread Pudding
Southern White Folk’s Cabbage and Ham
Southern White Folk’s Candied Yams
Southern White Folk’s Cheese Grits
Southern White Folk’s Chicken and Dumplings
Southern White Folk’s Chicken Fried Steak and Gravy
Southern White Folk’s Chicken or Turkey Gravy
Southern White Folk’s Chitterlings
Southern White Folk’s Christmas Ham
Southern White Folk’s Classic Cornbread
Southern White Folk’s Classic Grits
Southern White Folk’s Coleslaw
Southern White Folk’s Collard Greens Grandma’s Recipe
Southern White Folk’s Collard Greens Great Grandma’s Recipe
Southern White Folk’s Corn on the Cob
Southern White Folk’s Cornmeal Thins
Southern White Folk’s Cracklin’s
Southern White Folk’s Everyday Buttermilk Biscuits
Southern White Folk’s Fancy Buttermilk Biscuits
Southern White Folk’s Fish Fry
Southern White Folk’s Fried Catfish
Southern White Folk’s Fried Chicken
Southern White Folk’s Fried Green Tomatoes
Southern White Folk’s Fried Okra
Southern White Folk’s Green Beans and New Potatoes
Southern White Folk’s Hammered Pork Chops
Southern White Folk’s Lemonade
Southern White Folk’s Macaroni and Cheese
Southern White Folk’s Maple Syrup
Southern White Folk’s Mashed Potato Salad
Southern White Folk’s Mashed Potatoes
Southern White Folk’s Mustard Greens
Southern White Folk’s Okra and Tomatoes
Southern White Folk’s Pancakes
Southern White Folk’s Peach Cobbler
Southern White Folk’s Pecan Pie
Southern White Folk’s Pepper Sauce
Southern White Folk’s Pie Crust
Southern White Folk’s Pig’s Feet
Southern White Folk’s Pumpkin Pie
Southern White Folk’s Salt Pork Snack
Southern White Folk’s Squirrel Stew
Southern White Folk’s Sweet Corn Muffins
Southern White Folk’s Sweet Potato Casserole
Southern White Folk’s Sweet Tea
Southern White Folk’s Thanksgiving Turkey and Dressing
Southern White Folk’s Tomato Gravy
Southern White Folk’s Turnip Greens
Southern White Folk’s Vanilla Syrup
Southern White Folk’s Yellow Squash

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