The B.T.C. Old-Fashioned Grocery Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from a Southern Revival

The B.T.C. Old-Fashioned Grocery Cookbook - Stories from a Southern RevivalIn 2012, something amazing happened: Clarkson Potter, the cookbook division of Random House, told Dixie and me to go ahead and write a cookbook.

(That amazing piece of luck owes thanks to Penelope Green of the New York Times, Sharon Bowers of Millers Bower Griffith Literary Management, and Ashley Phillips of Clarkson Potter. Eternal thanks, ladies!)

Our book is available all over the place, including Square Books of Oxford.

Order a copy at any of these retailers, buy a copy at the B.T.C. itself, or mail-order a signed first from Square Books.
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“‘Be the Change,’ indeed! This inspirational story makes me proud of the new South. The B.T.C. Old-Fashioned Grocery Cookbook is packed with down-home comfort recipes, as well as modern takes on traditional Southern ingredients. Magnificent color photos, detailed, helpful tips, and cheerful stories make this a welcome newcomer to the cookbook library.”
— Virginia Willis, author of Bon Appetit, Y’all and Basic to Brilliant, Y’all

“The B.T.C. Old-Fashioned Grocery Cookbook is charming. Alexe and Dixie share, so openheartedly, the story of one little market, and by doing so give readers a chance to revel in a rural small-town revival. Hoop and Havarti Macaroni, Sweet Potato and Green Chile Casserole, Peach Icebox Pies—the recipes inspire home cooks to remember the classics they cherish and draw their loved ones around the table for good, old-fashioned conversation.”
— Martha Hall Foose, author of Screen Doors and Sweet Tea and A Southerly Course

A nice review from the Herald-Leader here.