12/16/2014

5 Slow Cooker Recipes Every Southern Cook Should Master Review.

Lisa Collins has a fun way with words that make you enjoy reading her recipes. She is a down home writer with mad cooking skills! Each recipe will make your mouth water and you will want to try them. Even though I have been cooking for most of my life I still learned things I didn't know about crock pot cooking from this book. A must read to add to your Kindle! And this reviewer gives this book 5 stars and is anxious to try out that chocolate cobbler recipe.  I bought this book and reviewed it on my own accord. No payment was received or offered for this review.



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About the author
Lisa M. Collins is a native Southerner; educated at the University of Arkansas in history. Lisa resides with her husband and a cat named, Baby Girl, in a sleepy little Arkansas town.
Lisa’s non-fiction has been published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. Her writing interests are as vast as the stars in the night sky. She copy edited and researched on Understanding Global Slavery by University of California Press, and edits for Metahuman Press.
Lisa is active in several writers’ organizations around the Great State of Arkansas, and is the 2013 & 2014 President of ACFW Arkansas and a Sally A. Williams Grant winner from the Arkansas Arts Council. She began writing fiction as an adult, and her current projects include a series of Science Fiction romance novels and a cookbook for the Tea and Cornbread Blog.
Lisa would like to be the empress of the verse & a onna-bugeisha tiger warrior…but if that doesn't workout she’ll strive to be a better writer.

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