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How Mama Made Gravy From An Old Flat Tire...
by Jean S. Strickland   

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Publisher:  Morris Publishing ISBN-10:  097998940X Type: 


Copyright:  July 1, 2007

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No Sir This Ain't Your Everyday Southern Cookbook! It's a great book that just so happens to have a lot of great recipes in it. You'll be laughing one minute and crying the next and sometimes you'll cry with laughter. It's a must have for your cookbook collection! To purchase a book for $15.00 plus s & h, e-mail me at

This cookbook is filled with wonderful Southern Recipes but it has so much more to keep the reader entertained. Men and Women of all ages and all walks of life will love this one. There are stories, poetry, quips, and quotes that will have you laughing one minute and crying the next.   If you need to be inspired, there's something for you here.  If you need a blessing, there's something for you too.  If you need to laugh or cry... it's in there!  And if you need some good advise from some good old southern cooks, you've just gotta have this one!  It's a must have for your cookbook collection. Even if you don't like to cook you'll enjoy this book. It's really a great book that just happens to have some great recipes in it.  It really is one of a kind and like nothing you have in your kitchen right now... guaranteed! 

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From pp. 150-151: "A Final Thought On Gravy From Nancy: ... But I guess maybe in the back of my mind I always knew that gravy was the benefits of sewing seed and gathering the harvest... or taking a piece of material and making a dress or shirt that I didn't have to buy... or helping a neighbor and they gave you something in return... or praying to God and having it answered... or raising your own worms and going fishing and catching a lot of fish to feed the family...or taking food to a neighbor and just hearing a big 'thank you'... or working 5 days a week and getting a paycheck at the end of the week to pay your bills... or taking a day off and taking a neighbor to the doctor... and God blessed you for it... or going to church and being able to pray...There are lots of ways to make gravy. Like smiling at someone and they smile back. Yes, gravy has always been around and there has been a lot of gravy in my life...."

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From Eddie Thompson
Author and Pastor Eddie Thompson wrote in "Daily Bread", a church publication, the following: "As a writer, I have made recommendations and critiques of new books along the way. I've never done a book recommendation on the Daily Bread, though. I have stumbled across a most amazing book. I simply must recommend it to you. The funny thing is, never in my life have I recommended a cook book. Yes, you heard that right. A cook book! If you haven't gotten a copy of 'How Mama Made Gravy From An Old Flat Tire...' you are truly missing out. It's much more than a collection of recipes. I've been blessed countless times reading it already. It's all the extras, the gravy, that spices up this book. The best thing about it is it's written by a member of our church, Jean Reeves, about her Mom, Nancy Sharp, and Nancy's recipes, comments, quips, and beautiful spirit. Jean has outdone herself with this book. It's spiritual content alone is worth the read. The recipes are absolutely awesome!..."

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Reader Reviews for "How Mama Made Gravy From An Old Flat Tire..."

Reviewed by Ken Barbie 10/7/2009
What a great cook.What a wonderful person.A nurse I would trust my life with.What a great book.
She is having a magical birthday this year.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY from all your fans......KBarbie
Reviewed by Mary Grace Patterson 7/10/2009
The book sounds delightful! How clever and thoughtful!....M
Reviewed by Paul Judges 2/11/2009
Looks super. Well done !
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 2/22/2008
Southern recipes to die for, along with wonderful home-spun humor and common sense, make this not your ordinary cookbook. I highly recommend this addition to your kitchen library, and a wonderful gift for friends and family.

Reviewed by Malcolm Watts 9/19/2007
Ummmm. Sounds Yummy!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 9/18/2007
Gotta get the book. Gotta! Just gotta get the $$ tagether. :) Sounds goooooooooooood. What a way to honor your Mama!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Elaine Lucas 9/10/2007
I have never laughed or cried as hard as I did reading this.I love the recipes and it is nice to have them in a collection so nicely bound.All my friends have loved it and my husbands family have gotten a lot of kicks out of it too. Now they do not have to call me for recipes.They have a copy of their own. Love ya Jean, Elaine & Family
Reviewed by Donna Cheek 9/6/2007
What a wonderful collection of recipies and highlights to brighten your day. This book has been a wonderful read for me and my daughter. It is so refreshing to see a new style of cookbook. The hard work and dedication that Jean took in prepairing this book is well noted.
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson 9/3/2007
This is a most amazing book. I love it, and my wife does too.

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