|About the Book|
Missouris state motto is show me. Julie Broski does just that in License to Cook Missouri Style with mouthwatering recipes such as Grandmas Potato Salad, Amber House Strawberry Cream Cheese CrÃªpes, Strawberry Salad with Caramelized Pecans, JanesMoreMissouris state motto is show me. Julie Broski does just that in License to Cook Missouri Style with mouthwatering recipes such as Grandmas Potato Salad, Amber House Strawberry Cream Cheese CrÃªpes, Strawberry Salad with Caramelized Pecans, Janes Deviled Eggs, Granddads Potatoes, Beef Veggie Soup, Prime Rib Roast, Amazing Baby Back Ribs, Rocky Ridge Pudding, Grandmas Apple Dumplings, Black Walnut Chocolate Bars, Mrs. Trumans Coconut Balls, and Fred Broskis Holiday Pumpkin Pecan Special and many more!These are just a few of the crowd pleasers you will find in License to Cook Missouri Style. Missouris meals are as good as it gets with home made meals cooked from scratch. It is the kind of cooking we experienced with our grandmothers. Cooking good old fashioned food, the way it is done in Missouri.This 180-page cookbook shares not only family favorite recipes, but part of the history of St. Louis, Kansas City, and Missouri as well. Photographs of famous tourist hotspots spice up License to Cook Missouri Style as well as illustrations by Diane Huesinkveld.Famous Missourian s are mentioned throughout such as Dale Carnegie, Rush Limbaugh, Mark Twain, Dick Van Dyke, and many more actors, actresses, song writers, and sports personnel. Enjoy a view of the Kansas City skyline on the back cover and the Gateway Arch on the front. Both covers are laminated for quick cleanup. Spiral binding allows for easy reading while preparing these savory family recipes.Julie Broski resides in Overland Park, Kansas, in the Kansas City Metropolitan area with her three children and Chuck, their beloved Chow. She is an experienced educator, writer, and advocate for people with disabilities.