Down Home Cooking: Ward Family Recipes (Paperback)
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The Down Home Cooking: Ward Family Recipes cookbook is more than just another collection of recipes - it is a tribute to the rich history of southern cooking, family traditions, treasured memories, and the art of preparing good food. In Down Home Cooking, you will find the basic methods of cooking, such as simple substitutions, measuring equivalents, food safety and pro tips which are clearly explained. Once you know the reasons behind the methods, you will have the confidence and ability to tackle any recipe in the book or try out your own recipes. The wonderful collection of recipes in the book is invaluable for both the beginner and the experienced cook to pass down to future generations on how to prepare delicious food. Jacquelyn Ward Gibson is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. She was born in Birmingham Alabama, where she grew up around many amazing cooks. Those influences inspired her to attend Tuskegee University. At Tuskegee she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Administration and a Master of Science degree in Public Health Nutrition. Her professional career began when she moved to Miami, Florida, where she worked as an Extension Agent in the area of Family and Consumer Sciences for 26 years. Additionally, Jacquelyn had a parallel career as co-owner of Royale Catering Services with her husband, Richard for several years. Cover design by Gibson Creative, Inc., Food styling and photography by CAT On Table.