Win An Advanced Copy Of The Southern Vegetable Book

March 6, 2016 | By and | Comments (107)

southern vegetable book Win An Advanced Copy Of The Southern Vegetable Book

“I first learned the beauty and value of fresh vegetables from the women I loved the most. My mom and my grandmothers set a fine example of putting up by the bushel. Our screened porch was often the best place to learn what was in season.” –Author Rebecca Lang

Perhaps more than anywhere else, the South celebrates our local growers and their produce offerings. We trek to farmers’ markets for the freshest greens, turn to our gardens for year-round harvests, and even pin awards on the best-of-the-best at state fairs. It’s only fitting that vegetables are the stars of our plates.

In The Southern Vegetable Book, Rebecca Lang combines years of gardening wisdom with the innate Southern ability to create full-bodied flavor with simple, classic ingredients.  From plump, ripe tomatoes to crisp peas and even ramps (and 27 others!) – this book is chock full of recipes that pay homage to classic Southern dishes. The Southern Vegetable Book is available on April 5, 2016 from Amazon.com.

What’s your favorite Southern vegetable, and why do you love it? Tell us in the comments below for a chance to win an advanced copy of Rebecca’s new book. Official rules here.

 

COMMENTS

  1. LINDA SMITH

    I love turnip greens with cornbread made w pork cracklins.

    April 28, 2016 at 4:49 pm
  2. Art Good

    I would have to say collard greens. Sauteed with some bacon… that’s good eating!

    March 14, 2016 at 1:34 pm
  3. Rachel Floyd

    Fried okra. It reminds me of home.

    March 14, 2016 at 4:59 am
  4. Susan Hatcher

    Oh my goodness…do I have to pick just one? I love them all. Guess I will say Baby Lima Beans. I like them because they are just good…especially with some pepper relish on them with creamed corn, fried okra and fresh sliced tomatoes on the plate too. Yummy!! Now I am hungry.

    March 8, 2016 at 8:32 pm
  5. Ann Rusinko

    Okra! The heart of summer always means Okra for me, picking in the morning with gloves daddy’s old work shirts for protection, and gobbling them by the rotated pound at dinner! Thank goodness they’re so prolific!

    March 8, 2016 at 4:46 pm
  6. Jstrickland42846@yahoo.com

    Love me some vegetables squash,peas, corn, potatoes, tomatoes, would love the cook book

    March 8, 2016 at 6:33 am
  7. gmcl

    Crowder peas, especially with some great chow chow. When friends from the “North” visited many years ago, their first response was, “Those are cow feed.” After tasting them, they grabbed a cereal bowl and filled it up.

    March 7, 2016 at 11:01 pm

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