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An Exciting Giveaway - $50 Southern Bite Cookbook Prize Package!


Okay, friends...How about another awesome cookbook giveaway?  This one is a new favorite and is authored by my food blogging friend, Stacey Little, from The Southern Bite.  

The Southern Bite prize package features a signed copy of the cookbook in a Southern Bite bag, along with an assortment of fun kitchen utensils/gadgets. The prize package is valued at over $50!

I had the pleasure of meeting Stacey at the 2013 Southern Baking Retreat in Nashville, TN.  I'm a big fan of his blog, and I'm thrilled to offer a copy of his long-awaited cookbook, The Southern Bite Cookbook, to one lucky reader.

Stacey's work has been featured on The Today Show, Fox & Friends, Southern Lady Magazine, as well as many other print and online publications.  His new book is filled with luscious photos of some of the most mouth-wateringly southern food you can imagine.   I also love the personal stories and family shots that fill the pages.  This book is best enjoyed with a glass of ice-cold sweet tea, a porch swing and a long, lazy summer afternoon. 

Just feast your eyes on these recipes (which are all really easy!):

Succotash
Photo courtesy of The Southern Bite Cookbook, via al.com

Fresh Corn Salad
Photo courtesy of The Southern Bite Cookbook, via al.com
Sour Cream Chicken Enchilada Pie
Photo courtesy of The Southern Bite Cookbook, via al.com
Turnip Green Dip
Photo courtesy of The Southern Bite Cookbook, via al.com
Okra Fritters
Photo courtesy of The Southern Bite Cookbook, via al.com
Red Velvet Brownies
Photo courtesy of The Southern Bite Cookbook, via al.com


Is your mouth watering yet??

If you'd like a copy of this great cookbook, please enter my rafflecopter giveaway below...It's super duper easy to cast your entry!
Good luck, friends!  :)
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Comments

Melissa said…
I know its not technically a meal, but I could eat grits everyday.
Hi... My favorite Southern Meal would have to be my mom's Chicken and Dumplings...or maybe Grandmama's biscuits and gravy! I crave both of them! Thank you for your site... love it!
My favorite southern dish is cornbread with baked beans. This is such a great giveaway. I love your blog so much! :)
Linda Seal said…
My favorite southern meal has got to be Sunday fried Chicken, Fresh snap beans with new potatoes, fried corn, hot biscuits, sweet tea and hot and fresh peach cobbler for dessert.
Anonymous said…
Those Okra fritters look delicious, we always have so many in the garden in the summer, I never know what to do with them all. My favorite southern dish is fried Okra.
nickeeschickee said…
it's gotta be fried chicken, mac and cheese and cornbread with collards
Heather B said…
My favorite southern meal is fried catfish, cornbread, hush puppies and a pecan praline cheesecake.
Alicia said…
Fried chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, squash casserole and green beans. Not that I could eat all of that in one sitting, but that's my favorite things.
Anonymous said…
I could eat the real chicken fried steak each and everyday with some mashed spuds and real gravy, throw in some vinegary coleslaw and I could definitely greet the day with a big ole smile, my diabetes 2 would suffer but heh one in a while one should enjoy one's life should they not..From maryjanesampson@outlook.com adios!

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