Monday, December 10, 2012

I'm a southern girl!

I’m a southern girl and proud of it! Anyone who knows anything about the South knows that every meal is a celebration—an extension of who we are. We southerners never do anything half-hearted but prefer to jump in all the way.  People often ask me how it is that I learned to cook, and I tell them that I’ve been cooking since the time I could walk. Growing up in the South and being surrounded by the best cooks in the world, it came as easy to me as breathing. Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than whipping up a home-cooked meal and then watching others enjoy it.

You’re probably thinking by now that if our everyday meals are that important, you can only imagine the preparation that must go into a holiday meal. Quite true! But I’ve learned over the years that there are ways to simplify the process without losing anything in the end result. In my latest book, COOKING YOUR SASS OFF HOLIDAY STYLE, I share valuable tips, so that you don’t have to spend years learning them like I had to.

The recipes I’ve selected for my holiday guide are treasured ones that have been in my family ever since I was a little girl, some of them for generations. I’ve spent a lifetime perfecting these recipes, so you can rest assured that they’ll turn out perfect—time and time again.   

Cooking has brought me much joy, and I’m thrilled to be able to share my treasured recipes with you, particularly during this holiday season.

From my heart to yours,

Page Hopkins

Here are a couple of pictures from my new holiday guide, COOKING YOUR SASS OFF HOLIDAY STYLE.

1 comment:

  1. I'm so excited about your new blog!!!!! You're an amazing cook, and I'm glad you're sharing your talent with the world!