Country Recipes and Other Interesting Stuff
About the Book
When the Lord made pork chops, he said that they would be, bar none, Bob Holt's most favorite meat forever. Being brought up in the Presbyterian Church, and instilled with a belief in "predestination," I believe it was fore-ordained that pork chops would be it for me.
From the beginning, back in the years of World War II, pork was a main staple my first year of life on the family farm. You're right, I don't remember it, but it must have been imprinted on my hard drive.
After Momma introduced me to pork fat (hog lard), Justin Wilson brought wine into my life, and I've been on a roll ever since.
About the Author
Born in Rural Duplin County, North Carolina, Bob Holt traveled the northeastern part of the state for thirty-eight years selling commercial foodservice equipment. He compiled many stories and recipes along the way. Most of the stories are humorous, and all of the recipes are a treat. Enjoy!