Down Home Delicious® Cookbook

The OriginalDown Home Delicious® !

holidayBook2Peggy Touchtone Sholly shares her delicious Gulf recipes!

The Original Cookbook includes:

– 256 pages of recipes and instructions
– Beautiful full color hardcover
– Tips to entertain friends and family
– Cajun, TexMex, Italian and more!


Down Home Delicious®: Author Peggy Touchtone Sholly’s taste-tested recipes bound in a hardcover edition of the original cookbook!

Now she shares her private collection of original and favorite recipes created during her life as a wife, cook, mother, and business woman experiencing the fabulous foods on the flavor trail from New Orleans to West Texas.
The recipes and entertainment ideas in Down Home Delicious® can rev up the romance in your life and get you excited about cooking, ready to stir, roast and fry like never before!

Beginner to expert can:

– Get your SIZZLE going and take your cooking to a higher level.
– Wake up fast-food dulled taste buds and have everyone, even picky eaters, begging for more.
– Be a culinary stand out admired by all.
– Get new twists to old recipes with more variety and spice for your menu choices.
– Enjoy the creative rush of personally cooking delicious new dishes bursting with flavor.

Be the first in your circle to purchase Down Home Delicious® and to gift friends and family with a copy!


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  1. I don’t know of any offhand. As an aside (which I know doesn’t rellay answer your questions), most vegetarian recipes can easily be adapted to vegan, once you get the hang of certain substitutions. I imagine that the same may be done to go from vegan to raw, but I’m not familliar enough with the raw diet to say.As far as excellent vegetarian cookbooks, I like How to Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman and Word Vegetarian by Madhur Jaffrey. Both contain a wide range of easily adaptable recipes, as well as a HUGE amount of information on ingredients, techniques, etc. I’m a vegetarian that doesn’t eat dairy or eggs, and have had no problem adapting the recipes to accomodate for that when necessary. Any of Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s vegan books are excellent (eg. Vegan with a Vengeance). I’m sure if you wanted to, you could easily adapt these the other way in order to be vegetarian, not vegan. Some I could easily see working as raw.

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