National Pie Day is coming up on Jan, 23 and this weekend, folks
across the country are holding pie parties and festivals. Pie is a part of our
American heritage, a tempting dessert few can refuse (remember Frank’s reaction
to Becky’s Lemonade Pie in my ebook Breaking TWIG?), and yes, it’s my favorite
So host a pie baking or pie tasting party to delight your friends or coworkers. Do it to help raise money for your favorite charity or to make any meal extra special.Take a homemade favoirite over to a neighbor, someone new in the neighborhood, or a
shut-in. Use your imagination and have fun.
Check out my website at: http://bit.ly/sECJi9 to find pie recipes for
Becky’s Lemonade Pie and other Southern favorites like Sweet Potato Pie,
Buttermilk Pie, and the classic Pecan Pie. If you have a favorite pie recipe
you’d like to share with me and my readers, email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To add to our excitement, I am giving away free downloads of my
eBook, Breaking TWIG on Sunday, Jan. 22nd only. It will start at
midnight Pacific Standard Time and run for 24 hours and is at Amazon.com http://amzn.to/rPjpKo
So snuggle down with a free book and a piece of your favorite pie and
Christie V. of Texas sent me some Southern favorites. Hot-water cornbread to go with Southern-style turnips greens with salt pork. And for the sweet tooth, a favorite of the South--Pecan Pie. You'll also find recipes for Becky's Lemonade Pie (yes, the same one she fed Frank in my enovel - Breaking TWIG), and Capt. Wendy's Redneck Gumbo. A lady ship captain from the bayous of Louisiana can't be wrong when it comes to making gumbo. Try one or all and let me know how it turns out by emailing me at : email@example.com
So for some great Southern recipes, check out the recipe page on my blog: www.deborahepperson.weebly.com
If you have a recipe you'd like to share, send it along. Only your first name, first letter of your last name , and state will be listed to protect your privacy. Or just send your state name if you like. Heck, we keep it simple and friendly here.
Have a great weekend, and keep those emails coming. I read every one of them.
Hope you and yours had a wonderful New Year's weekend. It was a little quiet here in the mountains of Montana. I have a new link to my author's page at Amazon that I want to share with you. It's a shorter link.
Also, if you try the recipes on the Recipes page, please let me know how it turned out by using the Contact Me form. Apparently, there is no way to inset a simple Comment box at this time.
If you have a home-grown recipe you'd like to share, send it to:
Thanks again for stopping by.