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What’s old is new again. With personal stories and family recipes, this book taps into people’s interest in heirloom Southern recipes (and cast iron skillets) handed down from generation to generation. Featuring 100 recipes, from traditional favorites to new classics, this book serves as a reflection of the past and the future of Southern cooking. Beyond recipes, this book also provides guidance for getting the most out of your cast iron, new or vintage.
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ELENA ROSEMOND-HOERR was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. Her familial roots in North Carolina’s foothills and mountains reach back to the early colonies―and she has the heirloom cast iron to prove it. In 2008 she created the Southern food blog Biscuits and Such that started her down a path that would include writing cookbooks and magazine features, and an unexpected career studying and contributing to Southern food culture.Review:
"I'm amazed at everything Elena can do with her beloved cast iron! She talks us through how to care for cast iron and even how to bring it back to life in case we find a skillet in someone's backyard, like she did. Elena opens our eyes to just how many foods can be made in a cast iron skillet! This book is full of so much love, and the family recipes she has so graciously shared with us will become my family's favorites too!"
—Christina Lane, author of Dessert for Two and Sweet and Simple
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