Cookbook Corner – LARD

Lard Blaise the Baker Cookbook Corner

“Lard: The Lost Art of Cooking with Your Grandmother’s Secret Ingredient” By: The Editors of GRIT Magazine.

I LOVE this cookbook! I know – big surprise, right!? Every single recipe in this cookbook contains lard – and THAT simple fact is what makes me love this cookbook! Ha! I remember my Grandma always using lard – still does – and I remember being interested and fascinated even way back then about why she was using lard, what it did, and what was the difference between lard and butter!?

This cookbook contains DELICIOUS recipes for things such as homemade biscuits, banana bread, applesauce doughnuts, berry muffins, hot cross buns, iced cinnamon rolls, fried okra, sweet potato fries, green beans, carrot fries, cauliflower, fried green tomatoes, stuffed mushrooms, fresh corn pot pie, baked steak, make-ahead chili, chicken and dumplings, southern fried chicken, country fried chicken, baked tuna, crab cakes, wartime sugar cookies, school day cookies, Grandma’s ice box cookies, peanut butter cookies, chocolate caramel swirl bars, peanut butter brownies, oatmeal bars, cherry custard pie, green tomato pie, fudge cake, blackberry cake, strawberry soda pop cake, buttermilk pound cake, banana butter crunch and apple pizza.

The secret ingredient in this cookbook?! Lard – and you will love it…

To buy “Lard”, please click here…

The personal views and reviews of this blog are mine and mine alone. Any opinion or thought expressed are strictly my own. More information can be found by emailing me your questions. Shout out and special thanks to the Editors of GRIT magazine for this opportunity.



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