Sunday, October 20, 2013

Peanut Butter Pie & Sticky Chicken Legs + A Cookbook Review

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. The Cookbook winner is Cindy Leonard.

I have another tasty review and giveaway for y'all, and I'm super duper excited about this one. Come Home to Supper over 200 Casseroles, Skillets, and Sides (Dessert Too) To Feed your Family With Love is Christy Jordan's 2nd Cookbook!!!

I'm so glad it's finally here and I'm sure she is too. This cookbook is as wonderful as her first one,Southern Plate Classic Comfort Food That Makes Everyone Feel Like Family. And I'm not just saying that because were friends. This cookbook really is that awesome and I'm so stinkin proud of her!

Christy is such a sweet, sweet friend and one of the first blogging friends I met when I began my own blog journey back in 2008. It was a instant friendship, because we shared the same love of family, traditions and southern cooking. I call her my southern sister, because I really think we were separated at birth. 

All her recipes remind me of the food that I grew up eating. I love the cover of her cookbook as is shows her in front of her beloved Pyrex collection. If you know Christy and her blog, Southern Plate then you know she's a big Pyrex hoarder and I am so jealous of her huge collection.

Come Home to Supper has 10 chapters and is packed with 200 easy-to-prepare recipes that will comfort your soul. All of her recipes are simple, delicious, kid friendly and easy on your budget. That's definitely my kind of cookbook. I shy away from fancy schmancy cookbooks that have a huge list of ingredients, because they can be so intimidating. In my opinion simple is always best.

I was raised on home cooked meals and eating together as a family. I think today's families are leading such busy lives that they just don't have time for dinner. Due to the lack of time home cooked meals and family dinners get put on the back burner.

Come Home to Supper will get your family back on track and eating together as a family again. Christy even gives you the recipes, tools, conversation starters and inspiration to get your family back to the dinner table. I received this cookbook last week, so I've had plenty of time to go through it.

I love a good old fashioned pie, so when I was thumbing through the dessert section this Peanut Butter Pie immediately caught my eye. The photo in the cookbook was simply beautiful. It was one of the recipes that as soon as you saw the photo you said..... I have to make this! Christy's pie reminded me of a Amish Peanut Butter Pie I had a long time ago, but was unable to find the recipe. 

This decadent peanut butter pie has four delicious layers, a crumbly peanut layer in the bottom of the  pie crust, then a homemade vanilla custard is added. The pie is finished off with a fluffy meringue and additional peanut butter topping. This was the best peanut butter pie I have ever eaten (no lie). I thought the peanut butter pie recipe I had was good, but this recipe blows it away.  I'm definitely making this pie for our big family Christmas.

Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Pie 

1 - store bought 9 inch deep dish pie crust
1 - cup confectioners sugar
1/2 - cup peanut butter (creamy or crunchy)
3 - large egg yolks (reserve whites for meringue)
2 - cups milk
2/3 - cups sugar + 1/4 cup, separated
1 - teaspoon vanilla extract
dash of salt 
4 - tablespoon cornstarch

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Bake the pie crust according to package directions and let cool. Place the confectioners sugar and peanut butter in a small bowl and cut together with a dinner fork until mixture is crumbly.

Place half of the peanut butter mixture in the baked pie crust (reserving the remainder).  In a large saucepan,  stir together the egg yolks, milk, 2/3 cup sugar, vanilla, salt and cornstarch. Cook over med-low heat, stirring constantly until thick, 4 - 5 minutes. Pour the cooked custard into the pie shell. 

Make the meringue, in a large clean bowl, beat the egg whites with an electric mixer on high speed until foamy. Gradually add 1/4 cup sugar and continue beating until stiff peaks form. Spread the meringue on top of the custard making sure to seal the edges all the way around.

Sprinkle the remaining peanut butter crumbles on top of the meringue. Bake until lightly browned 30 minutes. Refrigerate several hours uncovered to let the pie set up. Pie will keep 3 days stored covered in the refrigerator. 

Servings: 6-8

Next on the list were these Old Fashioned Sticky Chicken Legs. This recipe only has 6 ingredients and that's it. All of the ingredients are ones you probably already have in your pantry. The sauce is a sweet and tangy sauce that glazes the chicken. These were a huge hit in my house and the meat just fell of the bones. This recipe will be going on my regular dinner rotation.


Old Fashioned Sticky Chicken Legs

Cooking Spray
1 - cup ketchup
1 - cup honey
1 - cup brown sugar
1/2 - cup light soy sauce
1/2 - teaspoon garlic powder
8 to 12 chicken legs with skin (3 pounds total)
1 - cup uncooked white or brown rice

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Coat a Dutch oven or 9- by 13-inch baking dish with cooking spray. 

Combine the ketchup, honey, brown sugar, soy sauce, and garlic powder in a medium-size saucepan over medium heat and cook, stirring constantly, until it comes just to a boil and the brown sugar has dissolved, 3 to 4 minutes.

Remove from the heat. Arrange the chicken legs in the prepared baking dish. Pour the sauce over the chicken, turning the pieces with tongs to coat them. 

Place the baking dish in the oven, uncovered, and bake until cooked through, 60 - 90 minutes, turning the legs halfway through the cooking time. 

While the chicken is cooking start on the rice. Cook the rice according to package directions. Place the rice on a platter and arrange the chicken legs on top. Spoon the sauce over all and serve.  

Recipe yields - 4 - 6 servings

Here are a few step by step photos. It's a real easy and straight forward recipe, so I don't think you can mess this one up.

And last but not least are these Tender Easy Cookie Bars. I have been making these ever since I found the recipe on This is actually my go to cookie recipe, because they're so versatile.

You can add M&M's, Reese pieces, pecans, cranberries, chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, white chocolate chips or even candy corns. So many variations, but the M&M' version by far by far my favorite. 

Tender M&M Cookie Bars 

1/2 - cup M&M candies (I used 1 cup)
1/2 - cup oatmeal
1 - cup brown sugar, packed
2 - cups biscuit baking mix
1 - egg
1 - stick (1/2 cup) margarine, melted
1 - teaspoon vanilla extract

Combine everything in a mixing bowl except candies. Mix until well blended. Stir in candies, reserving some to place on top. 

Pat into greased 8×8 pan. Press some additional M&M's on top and bake at 350 for about twenty minutes. Allow to cool and cut into bars. 

Recipe yields - one 8x8 inch baking pan & 16 servings

Besides recipes "Come Home to Supper" has positive quotes and encouraging thoughts scattered throughout the cookbook. After reading this cookbook I took away not only wonderful recipes, but knowing what's really important in our lives, FAMILY!

If you're looking for easy to prepare recipes and comforting meals then Come Home to Supper is the cookbook to buy. Right now you can purchase Christy's cookbook at Amazon for around $10.00 . That's a awesome deal my friends. It will also be available in bookstores and retailers on October 22, 2013. I suggest getting two, because they will make perfect holiday gifts.

Now onto the giveaway!!!!! The wonderful folks over Workman Publishing are going to give one lucky Mommy's Kitchen reader their very own copy of Come Home to Supper!  Check out the details below on how to enter. 

Mandatory Comment: 
Just leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite simple southern dish? 

Bonus Entry:
Tweet the following for a bonus entry: Win a copy of @southernplate Come Home to Supper @mommyskitchen #giveaway (Leave a separate comment for bonus entry). 

Giveaway Rules:
Giveaway starts today, October 20th 2013 and ends on October 31st 2013. Contest is open to U.S & Canadian Residents only due to shipping charges. If you leave an anonymous comment please include your email address. Winner will have 48 hours to reply to my email or a new winner will be chosen. Good Luck!
Disclosure: I was given a copy of Come Home to Supper for the purpose of this review. An additional copy was also provided to use in a reader giveaway. All opinions stated above are 100% entirely my own.

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Pam Gurganus said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is fried chicken!

Pam Gurganus said... #

I tweeted!

Cindy Forgy said... #

That peanut butter pie looks great but the chicken recipe will be my first try....that looks amazing

patti k said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is creamed (fried) corn and biscuits or peach cobbler.

Suzze said... #

I love corn casserole!

Suzze said... #

I tweeted....

Michelle Douglas said... #

I grew up eating out every meal. My husband grew up eating at home. I am learning to eat at home more often. I love cooking in my kitchen and my children at my side helping me. I would love to win this cookbook and learn new recipes I can pass down to my children.

Anonymous said... #

My favorite southern dish....and it's easy chicken and dumplin's. Yum!

Gourdolina :at:

Cheryl said... #

My favorite Southern recipe is Fried Chicken :)

Cheryl said... #

Anonymous said... #

Mac and cheese, good ol' Mac and cheese...

Anonymous said... #

Mac and cheese, good ol' Mac and cheese...

Haddy242 said... #

I like Peach Cobbler my favorite

Anonymous said... #

Fried Chicken and Chess Pie.

Anonymous said... #

I love red velvet cake.

Christy Spurlock said... #

I love making a sweet potato casserole with praline topping.

Christy Spurlock said... #

I tweeted about the giveaway:

Jenn said... #

I love a good baked bean recipe and biscuits.

Marilyn Lesniak said... #

My first thing would be to cok Chicken n Dumpling!

Marilyn Lesniak said... #

Kristy said... #

One of my favorite southern style foods to eat and make are buttermilk biscuits.

Kristy said... #

One of my favorite southern style foods to eat and make are buttermilk biscuits.

Anonymous said... #

My favorite Southern recipe is Barbeque Ribs and when I lived in Georgia many years ago...I had 'Southern Hash' for the first time and loved it! My email is

Cindy Leonard
Thank you!

Julie said... #


Barbara Miller said... #

country gravy and biscuits

Barbara Miller said... #

i also did the tweet

robinns said... #

Banana pudding or good ol' Mac & cheese!

BumbleBeeLane said... #

Chicken, biscuits and cream gravy. This one is on my wish list so fingers crossed. Warm Blessings! Amy

Jodi Davis said... #

My favorite southern dish is chicken and dumplins!

Savata Ray said... #

My Favorites Are Fried Chicken, Collard Greens, Sweet Potatoe Pie And Banana Pudding

Savata Ray said... #

I Also Tweeted

Anonymous said... #

I love pimento cheese. My email is

Looks like a great cookbook.

Nofearpapertiger said... #

It's hard to pick a favorite, but I do love Christy's fried corn / homemade creamed corn recipe.

Angela Rhodes Ingles
nofearpapertiger AT Gmail dot com

Nofearpapertiger said... #


Angela Rhodes Ingles
nofearpapertiger AT Gmail dot com

Tina said... #

Buttermilk biscuits are one of my favorites!

Mary Callan said... #

Looks like a great book - love the recipes you feature
mary x

Michelle said... #

I would love to try the sticky chicken looks so good!!! thanks for including canadians...

Anonymous said... #

Geez, all of those look delish. I can alsways use more family friendly recipes.

Unknown said... #

Geez, all of those look delish. I can alsways use more family friendly recipes.

Diana said... #

I came from a large family with a huge garden and lots of canned goods. My favorite meal was Mom's fried chicken! Would love to try your fried chicken recipe with your peach cobbler for desert! Hope to win your cookbook and pass your recipes on to my grand children!

Maria Mitchell said... #

My favorite Southern dish is fried chicken, and my second favorite is cat head biscuits!

Maria Mitchell said... #

I tweeted it!

Debbie Sellew said... #

Chicken pot pie is always a favorite at our house!

Dragonlady said... #

Southern fried chicken....

Anonymous said... #

Sweet Potato Pie (Wolfey)

Anonymous said... #

My favorite dish would have to be Peach Cobbler...yummy!! I don't tweet, darn!!
Lisa S.

Deborah Druce said... #

Fried chicken and gravy are my favorites.

Heather Babcock said... #

Fried green tomatoes.

Heather Babcock said... #

Tweet Tweet!

Anonymous said... #

Chicken Fried Steak Smothered With Mushroom Gravy Along With Mash Garlic Baby Red Potatoes. Our Family Favorite Southern Dish.

Elizabeth said... #

My favorite simple Southern dish is fried chicken and potato salad.

Anonymous said... #

One of my favorite southern dishes is a corn casserole. I use it a Thanksgiving and Xmas and the whole family enjoys it.

keshakeke said... #

My favorite Southern Dish to make is Homemade Chicken Pastry with Buttermilk Biscuits!

keshakeke said... #

I tweeted!


Anonymous said... #

My favorite: chicken and dumplings.

Anonymous said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is corn pudding. bjn1957{at}gmail{dot}com

Jill Hartley said... #

I'm still learning about southern food but I'd love fried corn balls! Never had them till I moved here!

Anonymous said... #

I just love fried chicken , beans, and greens with cornbread and a nice glass of sweet tea to wash it down with.

Amanda Thornton

Mammamayor said... #

Humm I love Mac n cheese ,homemade of course,and fried chicken ,thanks!

Michelle D. said... #

Mmm! My favorite is chicken and dumplings!

lrwalters said... #
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lrwalters said... #

My favorite Southern Recipe is Shrimp and Grits!

Cindy P said... #

Sweet Potato Casserole, YUM! I am a collector of cookbooks and would love to win this one. Thank you.

annemarie said... #

My favorite is definitely southern fried chicken.

Anonymous said... #

I have followed Christy's site for years and she is a genuine person to admire. I would love to have her new book.

Melissa said... #

Cheesy chicken & rice

debbid said... #

My favorite Southern recipe is Chicken Fried Steak and gravy

Cheryl S. said... #

Fried chicken!

Cheryl S. said... #


Ted said... #

Sweet Potato pie

Melody Mahala said... #

It's a toss up between Chicken N' Dumplings or Chess Pie.

Alicia said... #

I Tweeted.

Alicia said... #

I don't know if it's easy but my husband and sons love homemade banana pudding. Not so easy because I make the pudding from scratch.

Anonymous said... #

My husband LOVES peanut butter, so I plan on making this pie, but when I clicked on the link to save the Peanut Butter Pie recipe (as well as the M & M recipe), the Sticky Chicken recipe keeps popping up. Has anyone else had trouble with this?

Roxanne M. said... #

My favorite Southern Recipe (Or one of them anyway!!) is fried okra. Not the kind with batter on it the kind you fry in a cast iron skillet! YUMMY!!

Anonymous said... #

My all time southern favorite is hot buttery APPLE PIE!!!

Melissa said... #

My favorite southern dish is chicken & dumplings and a close second would be pinto beans with corn bread!

Anonymous said... #

My favorite southern dish is banana pudding.

Anonymous said... #

Even though I live in the Midwest I tried cornbread stuffing last Thanksgiving and it was really good!

Renea Kirtley said... #

I love southern cornbread. Very slightly sweet, cooked in a cast iron skillet, and hot out of the oven slathered in butter :)

Anonymous said... #

Donna Huneycutt
My all time Southern favorite - Chicken and Dumplings, of course!

Anonymous said... #

I definitely love Peach Cobbler. I'm definitely trying the Sticky Chicken though! ...fingers crossed.


Marissa said... #

Love savory grits!

becka said... #

One of my favorite Southern Recipes is from Christy's blog. It is her crock pot chicken and rice--it's the perfect recipe for Sunday dinner!

Amy said... #

red beans and rice

Jacki said... #

Definitely the peanut butter pie!

Cindy Battle said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is Sock-It-To-Me Cake.

Cindy Battle said... #

I tweeted.

Marsha Baker said... #

What a great post Tina. Cristy is SUCH a loveable dear woman...what an honor you can call her your friend. I love southern cornbread...and sweet tea too!

Amy said... #

I'm not sure if I have the right name, but I make your cheesy chicken casserole, which my children LOVE!! :)

Andrea said... #

I love a good biscuits and gravy. Thanks for the chance to enter.

Andrea D.

DN Harper said... #

Hard to choose just one dish.....Tomato Dumplings.surrounded by awesome southern cooks....

VicB said... #

Chicken and dumplins

Sassy said... #

Chicken & Dumplings, fried okra

Sassy said... #

Chicken & Dumplings, fried okra

ruth lucas said... #

Chicken and dumplings

Amanda Coers said... #

Hi there! :D My favorite Southern dish has to be Banana Pudding.

Amanda Coers said... #

Me again: I tweeted! :) Here's a link to the tweet:

Kimberli ~ Barefoot Studios said... #

Chicken Fried Steak w/gravy!

fitorbustemmy said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is cornbread! I love it in many forms and also with soup. I could eat it just as a meal!

Kimberli ~ Barefoot Studios said... #

Tweeted :-)

Kristine Frisone said... #

How can I choose just one?! Grits, sweet potato casserole, and buttermilk biscuits! :)

Alicia Cannada said... #

Homemade blackberry cobbler with fresh picked berries from our yard! alicia

Lyndac said... #

I would have to say fried chicken, but any ole chicken recipe suits me fine

Lyndac said... #

I tweeted Win a copy of @southernplate Come Home to Supper @mommyskitchen #giveaway

Anonymous said... #

omg... my all time favorite southern food is FRIED CHICKEN with mashed potatoes and gravy.. YUMMY, YUMMY. :)

Tammy Ward said... #

My grandmas sausage gravy and biscuits!! So good.

bensonb said... #

Chicken and dumplings by far.

Donna Becker said... #
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Donna Becker said... #

I sent tweet

Donna Becker said... #

My favorite thing to make is a tuna casserole

Patty said... #

Fried chicken for me!

Anonymous said... #

I love peach cobbler, mac & cheese or corn pudding. You know I never could just name one.

Elicia Moore said... #

Homemade Mac & Cheese

Sue Faulkner said... #

My favorite is Chicken Fried Steak mashed potatoes, cream gravy,green bean casserole and ice tea. When my son and daughter in law became vegaterians my ask me if there was some way I could fix this for them. Portabella mushrooms work great as a sub for the meat. They say it is the next best thing!! I am excited to win "my" cookbook. Thanks, Sue

Mary said... #

I love southern cornbread!

Susan Broughton said... #

My favorite dish is Hummingbird Cake. It has been my favorite since I have been old enough to know what it is. I love it!!

Susan Broughton said... #

I tweeted your message here is the link :

Theresa W. said... #

I would have to say that peanut butter pie is my favorite southern dish especially in the late summer/early fall.

msange said... #

I like chicken and dumplings

Aimee said... #

I like good old country biscuits

ayoars at juno dot com

Anonymous said... #

A corn pudding my mother use to make.


Melissa said... #

I really love fried chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy. Throw in a cherry pie for dessert and I'm in heaven!

heatherp626 said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is fried chicken!

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sharonjo said... #

My favorite easy southern dish is skillet cornbread. Thank you!

sharonjo at gwtc dot net

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sharonjo at gwtc dot net

Gemma said... #

Peach Cobbler...yum!

rhonda said... #

Southern fried chicken yum!!

Jolly_Holly said... #

Oh my favorite simple southern dish is hands down chicken fried steak served on top of buttery mashed taters & topped with sawmill gravy & a side of green beans & buttermilk biscuits. & then finish with a slice of oh so delicious pecan pie!

Anonymous said... #

Fried chicken, mashed potatoes,biscuits and milk gravy!! Donna d[dot]brookmyer[at]yahoo[dot]com

JJT said... #

Who can resist cornbread? jtretin at aol dot com

JJT said... #

I also tweeted @readsalways

LustreBonBon said... #

My favorite southern dish is chicken fried chicken with mashed potatoe,macaroni and cheese, green beans and corn bread.

Susan said... #

Chicken & dumplings!

My life in Kyle, TX said... #

peach pie

Amber Edwards said... #

Those recipes look wonderful! My favorite southern dish is definitely ham dumplings.

M.j. said... #

Actually Im lovin on the recipe here the Old Fashioned Sticky Chicken Legs....ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

renee22 said... #

My favorite has to be biscuits and gravy. Its the perfect meal>

Terri nana of 2 said... #

I love all southern food. Very hard to choose,fried chicken with mashed potatoes and cream gravy are hard to beat!

M.j. said... #

I tweeted it here.... at yah oo dot com.

glendybaby said... #

My favorite dish is fried chicken. But i love casseroles too.

Anonymous said... # My favorite dish would be fried chicken and mashed potatoes with gravy

Rebecca Onkar said... #

Hmmm, I'm from the North, but our family favorite FAVORITE southern dish is: Green Beans and Bacon!

Anonymous said... #

I love Southern Food, pretty much all of it, but my favorite is probably Chicken and Dumplings =)

Renee Amicon

Kimberly Tassone said... #

Roasted Pork Chops with Cheddar and Bacon Grits

Sandra Conley said... #

I like the sticky chicken and the peanut butter pie. Cant wait to try them. I hope I win.

Aue85 said... #

I love banana pudding! You know that dish with the vinnial waffers! Omg - sooo good!

Aue85 said... #

I tweeted about your giveaway!

Dina Marks said... #

My favorite is Fried Chicken!

Stephany Ridderstap said... #

My favorite is the m&m bars they look delicious and easy

Anonymous said... #

Had to try the fried chicken recipe & it was amazing!! Going to try the peanutbutter pie next!!

Katherine Ivan said... #

I tweeted -- (putting the cart before the horse)

Katherine Ivan said... #

My favorite southern dish is Brunswick stew ... thanks for this wonderful giveaway opportunity!

Lynn Celmer said... #

Chicken and dumplings.

Anonymous said... #

Lawdy...It is a challenge to name ONE southern dish :)
But, a standby and truly southern is Pimento cheese and your recipe is like ours a Savannah favorite!

floridagld at yahoo dot com

april dawn said... #

Fried chicken and fried catfish

ShirlS said... #

My favorite Southern comfort food is chicken and dumplings!

Anonymous said... #

My favorite Southern dish would be black-eyed peas, cornbread with fried okra, sliced tomatoes and onions. WOW I know that's not just one dish, but I got started and I couldn't quit. I <3 Christy Jordan too. <3 Kim

Cherrill said... #

Chicken and Dumplins'

Lauren Mitchell said... #

I tweeted! :)

@fromgatetoplate is my handle

Lauren Mitchell said... #

The first time I ever went down to "the sip" with my boyfriend (his home state) he introduced me to Chess Bars... Ohh so my favorite now!!

Dottie Theriault said... #

I always looked forward to our family reunions each summer. My Nana made the BEST Southern Fried Chicken and my Aunt always made Banana Cream Pudding. We could always count on those two.

Angie R. said... #

Hands down...Sweet Potato Casserole!!!

Unknown said... #

Biscuits and Gravy

pumpkin 59 said... #

Mine would be cat head biscuits,collard greens and old fashion Mac and cheese.

Bigbee60 said... #

Beverly A Harper ‏@BeverlyAHarper 1m
Win a copy of @southernplate Come Home to Supper @mommyskitchen #giveaway
So many of your recipes too numerous to post have them in my speeddial for future reference.

Anonymous said... #

My idea of southern comfort food is grits. Grits with shrimp or with eggs. Grits with cheese or veggies or meat mixed in. Nothing says comfort more than curling up with a warm bowl of creamy grits.

Anonymous said... #

From the north but love food :) - my favorite would have to be soup any kinds

Anonymous said... #

My favorite Southern recipe is maccaroni and cheese!

Delena said... #

My favorite southern meal has to be chicken and dumplings served with field peas and peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream for desert. I have tried my best but no one will ever make these things as well as my Mama did! Tina I love you site and Christy's. There aren't enough cookbooks out there that teach simple southern cooking to those of us who didn't pay enough attention to Mama's when we were growing up.
Thank you.

Anonymous said... #


Anonymous said... #

Favorite? Oh, that's a tough one but I suppose my all-time favorite simple southern dish has to be cornbread "dressing." Nothing says Thanksgiving more to me than the aroma of this traditional dish as it's baking in the oven!


Melanie said... #

My fav is mashed potatoes hands down!!

Melanie said... #

I tweeted!

Melanie said... #
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Anonymous said... #

Biscuits and gravy is a dish my husband loves

Michele Hanson said... #

Michele Hanson

My favorite southern dish is fried chicken.

Laura N said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is sweet tea! I can never get mine just right.

Amy Jackmon said... #

My favorite southern easy dish is peach cobbler.

Anonymous said... #

Mine is HoBo dinners....that's what my mom called's not stew or anything like soup....God that makes me miss my Momma....

A. Burge said... #

Biscuits and gravy are always a southern comfort for us! Simple and easy!

Michelle said... #

My favorite dish is homemade baked macaroni and cheese.

Alicia Clinton said... #

Wow, thanks for the offer/opportunity. My favorite southern dishes start with sweet iced tea and end with my version of my granny's pineapple pie, which is SO popular at reunion time I have to make two. Need some more recipes and time to practice.
My email is

Anonymous said... #

Of course our favorite is fried southern chicken, mashed taters, gravy and those wonderful biscuits!! Thank for the the opportunity to win this amazing book! Love your site!
My email address is

Sally Dasto said... #

My all time favorite recipe of Christy's is Chocolate Cobbler!

Nancy Senger said... #

I have a few southern favorites. I love homemade bisquits and gravy the way my friend makes them down in north carolina. I love chicken and dumplings and chicken fried steak with country gravy.. yummm yummm

Connie Lee said... #

A simple southern dish I like to make is hamburger steak with gravy.

Connie Lee said... #

I tweeted about the giveaway

Joan said... #


Joan said... #

I tweeted

millie.gardner said... #

Comfort food st its best: Chicken and Dumplings

Susan B said... #

Love Christy's easy Taco Soup. Thanks for the opportunity Tina! Would love to win the cookbook!

Deb said... #

Toasted Pimento Cheese Sandwiches!

Katie S said... #

Chicken fried steak! Mmm.

Anonymous said... #

Judy Barrows

Love anything CHICKEN and now can't wait to try the STICKY CHICKEN LEGS and love PIMENTO CHEESE SPREAD.

Jackie Lawrence said... #

My favorite simple southern dish is Hashbrown Casserole!

jan in AR said... #

First thanks for the chance to win Christy's book - awesome!!!!

There isn't enough room to list all my southern favs, but love biscuits, skillet cornbread and peach cobbler. Am going to try the chicken drums and PB pie this weekend!!!,

Lori said... #

I love chicken and gravy with mashed potatoes, coconut cake,fluffy biscuits, sweet tea,....just to name a few!and I would love this book!

Marilyn Harding said... #

Cornbread Dressing at Thanksgiving and Christmas is my all time favorite southern dish. Also love homemade vanilla ice cream at any time of the year.