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10 Comments

  • Mary Cassells

    16.05.2017 at 15:50 Reply

    Congratulations on a beautiful and engaging book.

  • Addie Ladner

    16.05.2017 at 15:59 Reply

    Congrats!! How exciting. Can’t wait to get my hands on this!

  • Rhonda Lang

    21.05.2017 at 10:13 Reply

    I just downloaded your Southern Cast Iron Cookbook today and am excited to try all of your wonderful recipes – starting with the Blueberry Mountain Pie 😀 I’m assuming you bake it uncovered, correct?

    • Elena Rosemond-Hoerr

      25.05.2017 at 10:20 Reply

      Yes! It’s uncovered! I hope you love it as much as I do, that is one of my favorite desserts.

  • Pauline Lopez

    21.05.2017 at 12:45 Reply

    I just downloaded your wonderful book to my IPad. I love all of your homey family share stories that go with each recipe.
    I don’t currently even have a cast iron pan but have been meaning too. I always remember my mom using hers faithfully.

  • Lisa Maria

    23.05.2017 at 12:29 Reply

    Congratulations! I discovered your lovely blog through your wonderful cookbook. Can’t wait to try out your delicious recipes! Best of luck!

  • Stacia Smyth

    24.06.2017 at 10:56 Reply

    I can’t tell you how thrilled I was when I bought this cookbook! I’ve had two new skillets sitting on the counter for weeks because I wasn’t sure how to season them and clean them properly care for them. Your section on caring for cast iron pans answered every question that I had. I can’t wait to get going. First recipe I’m going to try is the potato rosemary frittata. Thank again for such a helpful and thoughtful cook book.

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  • Annemarie Lamb

    07.08.2017 at 12:39 Reply

    I got your cookbook this weekend as a bridal shower gift from your Aunt Jill and I’m SO excited to try out the recipes!!! (Also thank you for the section on seasoning & caring for a cast iron pan, that’s one part of cooking that I’m clueless about 😂)

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