Recipes From ‘Mamas House’: A Cookbook to Remind One of Home
SANGER, Calif., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ — If you are trying to get “back to basics,” the first place to start is in the kitchen. Helping to remind readers of home and a more simple time, “Mamas House Oh’ So Good Home Cooking” (published by AuthorHouse) has recipes to thrill the family cook who wants the kitchen to feel like home.
Author Brenda Kay (Gee) Fink has compiled some of her favorite recipes to show the reader “good old fashioned, simple and easy everyday dishes you can have on the table fast with perfection.” These recipes have stood the test of time — and most importantly the taste buds — of her children and husband of 45 years.
With staples like “Good Old Flour Biscuits” and “My Mama’s Missouri Cornbread,” Kay brings the reader home to “Mamas House Oh’ So Good Home Cooking.” Then she adds her own twist on the recipes. She grew up with the home cooking to make any cook want to become “an old fashioned cook.”
For the working mom who still wants her children to enjoy a home-cooked meal or the single cook who is tired of the “microwave” lifestyle… “Mamas House Oh’ So Good Home Cooking” is full of recipes that have fed generations and a perfect addition to any novice or experienced cook’s collection.
About the Author
Brenda Kay (Gee) Fink was born in the small town of Sanger, Calif., and has lived there her entire life. She is the mother of two daughters and was married to a wonderful man for 45 years. She is the grandmother of seven.
She lives on a farm outside of Sanger with all her cattle and horses. She is currently working on her second cookbook.
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