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BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Southern Bite Cookbook’

Author: Stacey Littles
Publisher: Nelson Books
Publication date: 2014
Genre: Cooking

By Zach Hutchinson

The creative process of preparing food can be equally enjoyable as eating it. In food blogger Stacey Little’s “The Southern Bite Cookbook,” he guides readers through a multitude of Southern-based recipes that are great for dinners or any event where food is enjoyed.

Flipping through the colorful pages and various chapters of generational favorites like Heirloom Bites and Holiday Bites, my stomach started to growl and visions of past family dinners comes to mind.

The warmth and sincerity shines through in Little’s obvious love of food and family. The blending of the two is what makes him successful. From the Almost Famous Fried Chicken to Peca Pie to reader-submitted recipes, such as Lasagna Soup and Pistachio Puffs, all 150 recipes beg to be made and enjoyed.

Looking for a little Southern fare in the kitchen? Pick up this well illustrated cookbook and keep eyes open and mouth watering while searching for the next home cooked kitchen creation.

This book presents good photographs and has easy-to-follow recipes

Zach Hutchinson is a Greenville resident and drawing, reading, experimental cooking, along with being outdoors and collecting baseball memorabilia.

Reviewed by The Daily News on 16 June 2014

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