Eater.com, the "national restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog" did a run-down of cookbooks hitting bookstores this fall. Among the books they are "particulary excited" about is none other than the Southern Foodways Alliance Community Cookbook.
"By sourcing recipes from spiral-bound community cookbooks and then testing and adapting them for modern kitchens, this collection of recipes has the potential to become the standard reference on the topic. Add to that the research power of the Southern Foodways Alliance and its director John T. Edge, and this book could be unstoppable."
Thanks for the good word. We're excited to have the book in our kitchens too, grease-splattered and smudged.