Hometown Get-Togethers by Candace Floyd

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Gather 'round, pull up a chair, and join family, friends, and your local community to swap some of the best reader-submitted recipes from American Profile. With more than 150 cherished recipes and dozens of beautiful photographs, Hometown Get-Togethers serves up the perfect dish for your next reunion, church event, potluck supper, tailgate party, family dinner, picnic, holiday celebration, or dinner party.

The editors of American Profile have compiled the nation's most savory, sweet, and all-around tasty recipes—straight from their readers and modeled after the magazine's most popular section, "Hometown Recipes." You'll find recipes that are perfect for sharing: from South-of-the-Border Breakfast Bake and Omelet in a Bag for a Crowd, to Monkey Bread and Mom's Magic Muffins; from Clam Chowder and Superb Red Pepper Soup, to Best-Ever Fried Potatoes and Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn. With Hometown Get-Togethers, friends and neighbors will be asking for your cooking secrets and your recipes when you bring one of these delectable dishes to your next gathering.

American Profile, one of America's most widely circulated magazines, celebrates hometown life, and in Hometown Get-Togethers editors Candace Floyd, Anne Gillem, Nancy S. Hughes, and Jill Melton do just that.


About Candace Floyd

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Candace Floyd is food editor of Relish and American Profile magazines, which are published by Publishing Group of America. She also co-edited the American Profile Hometown Cookbook, Hometown Recipes for the Holidays, and Hometown Get-Togethers. Relish Editor-in-Chief Jill Melton has over 20 years of experience as a food editor, registered dietician, chef, and author. The former Editor in Chief of Cooking Smart, and Food Editorial Director of Cooking Light, Jill has a strong background in nutrition that has been the foundation of her career. She holds a BA in nutrition from Ohio State University and a master s degree in public health nutrition from Case Western Reserve. She makes her home in Franklin, Tennessee.
Published September 18, 2008 by HarperCollins e-books. 240 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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