Big Smo Presents Momma Smo's Kuntry Cookin'

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Big Smo Momma Smo Kuntry Cookin Cookbook

I've been blessed by God with a GRITS -- a Girl Raised In The South. I've got the waistline to prove it. Which is why, when she asked me to write a review on her newly purchased cookbook, I was only a little disappointed.

It wasn't that there was anything wrong with the book itself. It's just that there were so many non-surprises for me in it, because they were things I have on a regular basis: things that were regular Sunday dinners, things that were made on a weekend that carry the family through to Tuesday -- with tupperware contained lunches to boot!

Of course, we're also familiar with Big Smo, the fledgling country singer, through his reality show, and the food from Momma Smo -- June Smith -- is as regular a character there as anyone else, as any viewer can tell you.

Breads, salads, meals, sides, and desserts, it's all here. And, yes, you'd expect that from any cookbook. What you might not expect is (a) tasty food that's (b) easy to make that (c) fills you up right. And that's what MOMMA SMO'S KUNTRY COOKIN' will get you. From the Iron Skillet Cornbread (the only way to make it) to the "World Famous" Quick Chick, and finished off with some fried pies. (If you're thinking Hostess Fruit Pies, you haven't lived until you've had one of these.)

It ain't South Beach and it sure as heck ain't Atkins. But, good Lord, it sure is good!

4.0 / 5.0