The Mossback Cafe Cookbook
by Thomas Fenske
Publisher: Thomas Fenske (April 14, 2017)
Publication Date: April 14, 2017
Print Length: 63 pages
Available from: Amazon
"There, what do you think of that?"
The description of gooey, spicy, goodness that followed spurred several readers to ask the author, "Is that a real dish?" Now you can see for yourself!
Fiction has become kitchen.
Smidgeon will entertain you with her quirky, homespun wisdom as she shares a mini-history of the cafe along with some insight into what helps to make The Mossback a unique and delightful locale in the world of fictional eateries.
Along the way you'll learn how to make her awesome square biscuits. She also reveals details about the full-sized heap of bacon they serve on "THAT BLT," and introduces readers to other local favorites like the "Double Trouble Dog" and what has to be the "Best-Danged Buttermilk Pie" you've ever tasted. As an added bonus, she has agreed to share her famous Potato Salad Secret, something surprising and simple that will take even the best potato salad recipe and crank it up a notch, maybe two!
Simply put, these are all part of what would have made The Mossback Cafe famous, well, if it actually existed.
So hop out of your pickup truck and mosey on in ... there just might be some breakfast tacos or enchiladas lurking in your future.
The Mossback Cafe Cookbook:
Texas Cooking from the Pages of The Fever and A Curse That Bites Deep
by Thomas Fenske
Thomas Fenske is an author with a down home style of writing and clearly his characters enjoy a down home style of eating, too! THE MOSSBACK CAFÉ COOKBOOK is a delightfully narrated cookbook filled with recipes that one can almost taste! The best part? These are the same recipes in each of Mr. Fenske's books, THE FEVER and A CURSE THAT BITES DEEP If its good enough for hard-boiled characters, its good enough for readers.
This is stick to your ribs eating, filled with flavor and just begged to be tried. Get ready to get some kitschy wisdom and quirky anecdotes with that side of bacon. Check the spice rack, make that grocery list and give one or all of these recipes a try, I am!
I received this copy from Thomas Fenske, who apparently cooks as well as he writes!