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Shining - Ole Smoky Moonshine Family Cookbook - cover

Shining - Ole Smoky Moonshine Family Cookbook

Jessi Baker

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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In 2009, the Tennesse law changed and suddenly it was legal to make, distill, and sell the infamous bootlegger’s hooch, moonshine. Steeped in rich family history, the Bakers started their business, which now retails globally and offers more than twenty creative flavors. But at the heart of Ole Smoky moonshine are the Appalachian Mountains and the food that goes with it. A mom who loves to cook at home, Jessi Baker shares her recipes (not all of them boozy) that have fed her family, from moonshine eggnog to cornbread cooked in a skillet to salads, soups, steaks, and more. Easy to follow and make, this cookbook is sure to add a bit of shine to your family’s table. 

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