Sunday Dinner in the South

By Jill Melton | May 02, 2016
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When we need to know who's growing u-pick strawberries we ask Tammy Algood, about sorghum production in Tenessee, we ask Tammy, who has asparagus--yep Tammy again. Tammy Algood's official title is Agricultural Marketing Specialist for the Tennessee Department of Agrilculture. Her unofficial title is freind to the farmer, cook and gardener. To us, she's our go-to farm girl. and many other Tennesseans as well.Tammy travels the state coaching cooks how to can, teaching schools about gardens and teaching farmers how to market their foods. Tammy is the author of 5 cookbooks  from Southern Slow Cooker Bible, to The Complete Southern Cookbook

Sunday Dinner in the South is Tammy's fifth book. As a yankee, I'm never been totally sure which meal is dinner and which is supper. With Tammy's book you'll see "dinner" runs the gamut from Church potlucks to intimate family meals. Packed with more than 180 recipes, the book features retro classics such as gelatin salads to timeless favorites and sure to become new favorites. Tammy is always on point with her recipes. 

The book is accented with a number of heartwarming and humorous stories from church leaders about Sunday dinners they’ve attended at church as well as at parishioners’ homes. It gives the reader a lot of insight into this Southern tradition as well as a good arsenal of go-to recipes for special occasions or even everyday dinners. You can find it on Amazon here

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