Miss Kay's Duck Commander Kitchen: Faith, Family, and Food-Bringing Our Home to Your Table, Paperback
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As expected, there is a chapter on game cooking including duck, turkey, and squirrel, but the yummy desserts, local favorites and Christmas recipes are a wonderful addition to your collection.
Paperback, 237 pages; packed with color photos. Be sure to try Jay's Duck Commander Ribs!
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Howard Books
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 9.12 X 7.38 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Duck Commander
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Writing a cookbook for people who love good food has been a lifelong dream for me—and I’m so happy to be sharing some of our family’s favorite recipes with you! In this book you’ll find everything from Jase’s Favorite Sweet Potato Pie to Phil’s own special recipes, like his scrumptious Crawfish Fettuccine. There’s “girly” food for a gathering of your best girlfriends, like Aunt Judy’s Cranberry Salad, as well as dishes straight from the hunt like Boiled Squirrel and Dumplings.
In addition to more than one hundred specially chosen recipes, I’ve included old family snapshots of the days before the Duck Dynasty® series on A&E® and stories of our family and how we live. The dinner table has long been one of our favorite places for telling stories, and there’s always competition to see who can dish out the wildest story. We believe that food and cooking bring people together—it’s brought our family together for generations, and it can do the same for yours. Gather your family around the table and serve up delicious home-cooked meals with recipes like . . .
• Willie’s Famous Chicken Strips
• Melt-in-Your-Mouth Biscuits
• Cheesy Corn Casserole
• Fresh Strawberry Pie
• Best Brisket Ever
• Crawfish Balls
• Creamy Green Grape Salad
• Papaw Phil’s Homemade Ice Cream
Join with our family as we create lasting family traditions that will warm the hearts and bellies of those you love. Let’s do it together.
childofgodAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A great cookbook to add to my collection.December 27, 2014childofgodAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a beautiful book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it includes many scripture verses and lots of information and photos of Miss Kay's family. Honestly, there aren't many recipes I will be trying myself, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and am pleased to be adding it to my cookbook collection.
tammycookblogsbooks5 Stars Out Of 5Miss Kay's Duck Commander KitchenMarch 3, 2014tammycookblogsbooksMiss Kay, the author of Miss Kay's Duck Commander Kitchen, is the matriarch of the Robertson family. The Robertson's are the stars of the television show Duck Dynasty. I have never seen the show but I like cooking and baking so I couldn't wait to read through her cookbook. This cookbook has good, southern dishes that are easy to make. The more I read through this book , the more I enjoyed it as I learned about Miss Kay and her family.
This is not only a cookbook. Miss Kay writes about her family life. I came to like her and her family from the stories and memories that she shared about them. The Robertsons are Christians and it shows through as Miss Kay shares her recipes and about her family and their lives.
The recipes included in this cookbook are easy to make, nothing fussy. Most have common ingredients found in your pantry or at your local store, with the exception of the Wild Game Recipes. I don't know many people who are out shooting their own ducks or squirrels for a meal. Not every recipe has a picture but there is a nice blend of recipe pictures and shots of Miss Kay's family.
A lot of the recipes in this cookbook have Cajun seasoning in them; Miss Kay is from the south after all, so it's not surprising. Not every recipe is from scratch, some use pre-packaged ingredients. Overall, I think the recipes look like good, comforting foods that I would make for my family.
I tried out a few of the recipes. One I made is the Pinto Beans & Sausage, which my family enjoyed. I made a few minor changes by switching out a few ingredients, which is what cooking is all about. I also made the Buttermilk Biscuits. I have been looking for a good biscuit recipe and I found it with this recipe. They have a very good taste and a moist texture. The recipe follows:
4 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for rolling
5 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
Â¾ teaspoon baking soda
3 tablespoons vegetable shortening, melted and cooled
2 cups buttermilk
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Heat the oven to 425 degrees F.
In a medium bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, salt, and baking soda. Add the shortening and slowly stir in enough buttermilk (usually less than 2 cups) to make the dough into a ball.
Sprinkle the counter with flour and turn the dough out of the bowl. Roll the dough in the flour until you can manage it without it sticking to your hands. Add more flour on the surface if needed. With a rolling pin covered with flour, roll the dough to Â¼ inch thick.
Stop here and put your pan in the oven with the vegetable oil. (This oil will be used to dip the biscuits in, making the tops crispy.)
Use a biscuit cutter or small round glass dipped in flour to cut biscuits.
Remove the pan from the oven. Dip the top of each biscuit in the oil, and then put the biscuit bottom side down on the pan. Repeat for all biscuits.
Bake for 12 to 15 minutes, just until they are golden.
Miss Kay's Duck Commander Kitchen cookbook is a welcome addition to my ever growing cookbook collection.
I received a free copy of this book from Howard books and the Christian Manifesto in exchange for my honest review.
UpstateJudySaratoga, New YorkAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Informative and EntertainingJanuary 3, 2014UpstateJudySaratoga, New YorkAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This cookbook is filled with wonderful simple but delicious recipes and... interesting tidbits from Miss Kay about her family and her life. It is obvious she wrote every word with her loving spirit and kindness shining through.