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They're wild, beloved, and all-around fabulous, but with the Sweet Potato Queens, there're just never enough good times--or enough good eats. Well, now all fabulous women everywhere can have their own mountains of royal fun and food, because bestselling author and Boss Queen Jill Conner Browne is revealing her big-ass top secret recipes--and the events that inspired them-- They're wild, beloved, and all-around fabulous, but with the Sweet Potato Queens, there're just never enough good times--or enough good eats. Well, now all fabulous women everywhere can have their own mountains of royal fun and food, because bestselling author and Boss Queen Jill Conner Browne is revealing her big-ass top secret recipes--and the events that inspired them--in The Sweet Potato Queens' Big-Ass Cookbook (and Financial Planner). And, of course, she's dishing up plenty of hilarious stories, including: - Queenly adventures in mothering - The tiniest bit of plastic surgery - The all-true story of the Cutest Boy in the World And, oh yes, as promised: Sound financial planning. Tip number one: Hope that Daddy lives forever.


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They're wild, beloved, and all-around fabulous, but with the Sweet Potato Queens, there're just never enough good times--or enough good eats. Well, now all fabulous women everywhere can have their own mountains of royal fun and food, because bestselling author and Boss Queen Jill Conner Browne is revealing her big-ass top secret recipes--and the events that inspired them-- They're wild, beloved, and all-around fabulous, but with the Sweet Potato Queens, there're just never enough good times--or enough good eats. Well, now all fabulous women everywhere can have their own mountains of royal fun and food, because bestselling author and Boss Queen Jill Conner Browne is revealing her big-ass top secret recipes--and the events that inspired them--in The Sweet Potato Queens' Big-Ass Cookbook (and Financial Planner). And, of course, she's dishing up plenty of hilarious stories, including: - Queenly adventures in mothering - The tiniest bit of plastic surgery - The all-true story of the Cutest Boy in the World And, oh yes, as promised: Sound financial planning. Tip number one: Hope that Daddy lives forever.

30 review for The Sweet Potato Queens' Big-Ass Cookbook (and Financial Planner)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Teri Kratz

    Reread after finding it just relaxing on my bookshelf. I feel selfish for having kept this fun to myself all this time. I laughed so much I had to read it in short bursts. It is time to release this treasure into the world.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Renee Guill

    I got this audiobook from the library. Btw, are we allowed to say the A word if it's part of the title? lol Sweet Potato Queens Big-Ass Cookbook and Financial Planner written by Jill Conner Browne.                                                                                                                                             Narrated by Jill Conner Browne. This is a unique way of writing a cookbook and autobiography. She also gives financial tips. I admit, I read this a few times in the I got this audiobook from the library. Btw, are we allowed to say the A word if it's part of the title? lol Sweet Potato Queens Big-Ass Cookbook and Financial Planner written by Jill Conner Browne.                                                                                                                                             Narrated by Jill Conner Browne. This is a unique way of writing a cookbook and autobiography. She also gives financial tips. I admit, I read this a few times in the past, it was written in 2003. I thought it was a hoot back then, but now that I am older I can relate to it better, and it's even funnier, if that's possible. It may have been over a decade ago, but a lot of her advice is still good for today. I love how she adds recipes to her stories, which are gems of wisdom. And the recipes, oh my goodness, or should I say egads, according to Jill Conner Browne. I mean I was wishing I had bookmarked or written some of them down. I really need to buy a real copy of this book when I can afford it. She has recipes like Pig(bacon) Candy, and Pralines and Apple Cake. I should warn you, do not read this book on an empty stomach, it will just get louder. She also had some great financial tips, not the fuddy duddy kind, but funny and actually useful kind. I think the older you are, the more you will appreciate this book. But youngsters should read it and learn from it, write things down if you have too. I'm in the Midwest, so I was grateful that Jill Conner Browne explained some words that might confuse us. Now, Jill Conner Brown does the narration which makes it seem like she's telling  you her stories instead of having someone else tell them. I love her accent, tho I guess the Southerners wouldn't notice it? And she does such a great job with the extras, like when there's a sigh, she actually does the sigh, not say it. This is a great example of what storytelling is all about. This book is in a series, but you don't have to read them in order to understand them. If you are in a mood for a laugh out loud read, then I definitely recommend this one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sterlingcindysu

    Truth in advertising here--if you make any of the recipes you will indeed have a Big Ass. I've never seen so many recipes with multiple sticks of butter, bacon and sweetened condensed milk. I predict in the future this will qualify for food porn reading--I thought it was written in the 1980s, but nope, written in 2002. Even the Queen herself says they have contributed to the obesity problem Mississippi faces among their adults. A funny read but I think it would be exhausting to keep up the perso Truth in advertising here--if you make any of the recipes you will indeed have a Big Ass. I've never seen so many recipes with multiple sticks of butter, bacon and sweetened condensed milk. I predict in the future this will qualify for food porn reading--I thought it was written in the 1980s, but nope, written in 2002. Even the Queen herself says they have contributed to the obesity problem Mississippi faces among their adults. A funny read but I think it would be exhausting to keep up the persona these Queens do for very long, and I also think that just one of their books will do me. As for their financial advise, there are some good points here that I bet Suze Orman herself couldn't argue.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    3.5 stars....I found this book humorous and want to try many of the recipes....I mean most call for at least a stick of butter....yum, how could they not be good!! Simple & lighthearted which only took about an hour to read. 3.5 stars....I found this book humorous and want to try many of the recipes....I mean most call for at least a stick of butter....yum, how could they not be good!! Simple & lighthearted which only took about an hour to read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Never thought it was possible to read a cookbook and LAUGH, until now. The recipe names are hysterical and yet they are quite tasty!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Wonderful humor and just a fabulous sense of style about livin' and eatin'.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Saban

    Funny and some great recipes too.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alice Neilson

    Got a few chuckles and then some recipes too!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Diana Brooker

    I found these books at a yard sale 5 yrs ago for 50 cents each bought all of them and enjoyed them, Jill Conner Brown is a down to earth, fantastic humorous writer. The Sweet Potato Queens are a group of middle aged women who dress up and twirl batons in the St Patricks day parade in Jackson Mississippi, she gives women advice on men and everything in between, tells stories about her friends and has some great recipes.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jan Zange

    It's a keeper I read this book back when it first came out and I just enjoyed it again all these years later. I'm not from the south, but I start speaking " southern" after reading Jill Conner Browne.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Doria

    Only read if you have read her other books. Classic southern hoot! Recipes that always have butter, chocolate & mayonnaise involved in abundance. Only read if you have read her other books. Classic southern hoot! Recipes that always have butter, chocolate & mayonnaise involved in abundance.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy

    I can feel my arteries hardening.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jaime ( Chicken Mama )

    Loved It, from the beginning to the very end. It was comical and insightful.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marta

    Hahaha! So much fun to read, and southern recipes galore that sound yummy and fattening!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Phylisha Stone

    Funny but with recipes. Loved it!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    I love the Sweet Potato Queens. If I’d been born in the South I’d probably have been one. “The Sweet Potato Queens” is a women's organization based in Jackson, Mississippi, that has over 6000 chapters in over 20 countries. The Sweet Potato Queens concept has been explained and made popular by a series of books by Jill Conner Browne, who came up with the idea in 1982. It involves a belief in a sisterhood that promotes self-esteem and positive thinking, appealing to mostly middle-aged middle-clas I love the Sweet Potato Queens. If I’d been born in the South I’d probably have been one. “The Sweet Potato Queens” is a women's organization based in Jackson, Mississippi, that has over 6000 chapters in over 20 countries. The Sweet Potato Queens concept has been explained and made popular by a series of books by Jill Conner Browne, who came up with the idea in 1982. It involves a belief in a sisterhood that promotes self-esteem and positive thinking, appealing to mostly middle-aged middle-class women. In 2005, almost ten thousand women dressed up in costumes and came to Jackson for the annual Hal and Mal's St. Patrick’s Day parade, proceeds from which benefited a local children’s hospital. Each local chapter assumes its own theme and designs its own costumes. Some of the chapters participate in parades and fund-raisers in their local communities. There are 9 “Sweet Potato Queens” books, all written by Jill Conner Browne. • Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love (Jan 19, 1999) • God Save the Sweet Potato Queens (Jan 9, 2001) • The Sweet Potato Queens' Big-Ass Cookbook and Financial Planner (Jan 7, 2003) • Sweet Potato Queens' Field Guide to Men: Every Man I Love Is Either Married, Gay, or Dead (Oct 5, 2004) • The Sweet Potato Queens' Wedding Planner/Divorce Guide (Dec 27, 2005) • The Sweet Potato Queens' First Big-Ass Novel: Stuff We Didn't Actually Do, but Could Have, and May Yet (Jan 2, 2007) • The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Raising Children for Fun and Profit (Jan 1, 2008) • American Thighs: The Sweet Potato Queen's Guide to Preserving Your Assets (Dec 30, 2008) And, of course, here’s another True Confession: I read most of this book out loud to my dogs. Even my husband got to listen to a goodly portion of it – and he loved it, too. I’m sure my dogs did as well. The Sweet Potato Queens have their own website: http://www.sweetpotatoqueens.com/. Disposition: Highly recommended. Grab it up fast and read it! You need the laugh.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    This book receives a 5 star rating from me not because it is a great literary work, but because it is so fun to read. I need to read a fun book every once in a while and this book (and all of the Sweet Potatoe Queen books)sure make me smile. Jill Conner Browne founded the Sweet Potato Queens 30 years ago.(there are chapters all across the U.S.) They were started in Jackson, Mississippi and march every year in Hal and Mal's Saint Patrick Day Parade. Now they have a whole week-end celebration on t This book receives a 5 star rating from me not because it is a great literary work, but because it is so fun to read. I need to read a fun book every once in a while and this book (and all of the Sweet Potatoe Queen books)sure make me smile. Jill Conner Browne founded the Sweet Potato Queens 30 years ago.(there are chapters all across the U.S.) They were started in Jackson, Mississippi and march every year in Hal and Mal's Saint Patrick Day Parade. Now they have a whole week-end celebration on the last week-end in March...the Zippity Doo Dah Week-end. The group wears red, long wigs, head gear (usually crowns), gaudy clothes, and pink, majorette boots. They have been described as a group who encourage self esteem and positive thinking for middle age women (I think it could do these things for anyone). Now I suppose you are going to get technical and say.....Isn't this a cookbook. Yes, it does have receipes, but so much more!! This book says it is a financial planner. Early in the book it states, "the financial planner parts of this book will no doubt be of as much value to you as it was to us. In other words, for God's sake, get help from a qualified professional. This is a how not to book." There are a lot of sketches of the wonderful,crazy people in Ms.Browne's life and many of their stories are followed by their favorite and best receipes. The receipes are southern, comfort food (never intended to be low cal) "If you can get and keep a bunch of fabulous women friends like these for your whole life, you can save a fortune in doctor's and therapist's bills. Your whole life you have heard that laughter is the best medicine, right? Well, turns out they were right. So, from now on, I'm deducting all my Queenly affairs as "medical expenses." The Queens do have a web site www.sweetpotatoqueens.com (no, I didn't get paid for this)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dione Basseri

    Huh. Doesn't end on a tear-jerker. Not what I've come to expect from Browne. These books are generally so funny, right up until a heartbreaking end. Not here. Browne apparently had a good year. Definitely not a financial planner, but if you went into this book with this cover expecting actual money matters, wow, I am sorry for you. Recipes, however, there are in spades. But every damn one IS going to kill you. It will. So much bacon. This is not the kind of recipe book you pull out for a fancy di Huh. Doesn't end on a tear-jerker. Not what I've come to expect from Browne. These books are generally so funny, right up until a heartbreaking end. Not here. Browne apparently had a good year. Definitely not a financial planner, but if you went into this book with this cover expecting actual money matters, wow, I am sorry for you. Recipes, however, there are in spades. But every damn one IS going to kill you. It will. So much bacon. This is not the kind of recipe book you pull out for a fancy dinner party. This is the "boyfriend just broke up with me," "dog puked on the couch," "the office asshole got my promotion" type of food. A frequent joke is to make 1 lb of bacon for a recipe, which means cook 2 lbs and eat one as its cooking. It's...actually a bit unappetizing, sometimes. Interspersed with all the gooey, fatty, salty goodness are stories from our...well, gooey, fatty, salty Sweet Potato Queens. The third-wave feminist in me is sometimes a bit turned off, because Browne does delight in making it seem like her male friends are just a step above horny animals, but she does take a fair number of digs at the female side of her harem. For me, in the SF Bay Area, I can't see myself every handing this book off to someone as a recommendation or a gift. Browne doesn't show prejudice beyond assigning differences to the sexes, but that would be enough in my local circle of friends to get some eyebrow raises. Back East, I don't know. Judging by my family's posts on Facebook, might be fine.... :/ Basically, this is my guilty pleasure. And entirely, always secret.

  19. 4 out of 5

    April Cothern

    what a great book. and i have to try these recipes.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tabby Kat

    Browne's third tasty outing (following Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love in 1999 and God Save the Sweet Potato Queens in 2001) finds the Boss Queen taking on Betty Crocker (source of "some of the insane ideas we have struggled with and against for the last 50 years") and channeling Suze Orman for financial advice ("There's a lot to be said for rich old guys with bad hearts and no relatives, but you can't always get what you want"). Culinarily challenged readers will be happy to find this book's Browne's third tasty outing (following Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love in 1999 and God Save the Sweet Potato Queens in 2001) finds the Boss Queen taking on Betty Crocker (source of "some of the insane ideas we have struggled with and against for the last 50 years") and channeling Suze Orman for financial advice ("There's a lot to be said for rich old guys with bad hearts and no relatives, but you can't always get what you want"). Culinarily challenged readers will be happy to find this book's main course is still Browne's hilarious anecdotes and observations about enjoying life after 40. She caps each escapade with the perfect artery-clogging recipes (with names like "Whatchamacallit Chicken," "Gooiest Cake in the World," "Bitch Bar Bacon Swimps" and "Pig Candy"-bacon rolled in brown sugar). Whether she's dealing with her mother having a stroke, confessing her obsession with buying a cement monkey or waxing on the joys of wigs or her potential second career as a plastic surgery consultant, Browne is riotously funny and human. Fans will be charmed when she falls in love with a younger man ("who totally missed Motown because he wasn't born yet") or reveals the recipe for Nuclia's Secret Weapon Hair Spray: Elmer's glue and water. Browne and her stable of Queens (no one with any taste would utter the word "drag" in their presence) show no signs of abdicating their hold on readers. Long live the Queens

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    I've come across these books a lot over the years, but never read any until now. I wish it was the first in the series. It's actually the third and was written in 2003; 13 years ago. I didn't know what to expect, so I was rather surprised that the novel is actually about the Queen, Jill Conner Browne (author) and the rest of the Queens that belong to the club of their every day lives, along with a bunch, and I mean a bunch of southern home cooked recipes that they make. The stories were really fu I've come across these books a lot over the years, but never read any until now. I wish it was the first in the series. It's actually the third and was written in 2003; 13 years ago. I didn't know what to expect, so I was rather surprised that the novel is actually about the Queen, Jill Conner Browne (author) and the rest of the Queens that belong to the club of their every day lives, along with a bunch, and I mean a bunch of southern home cooked recipes that they make. The stories were really funny. Browne writes as she would talk, including the recipes, which I would had much preferred them written out as regular recipe form rather than her writing it as she would be telling you if you were to be having a conversation with her. She always talked about eating everything in sight and every day getting bigger and putting on more weight, so when I youtube a video of her, I was really surprised to see she is in fact not huge and just would be the average American size woman of probably size 12. I'm not from the south, heck I'm not even American, haha, but I have lived in 2 of the 3 south states. There are a few recipes I have made, some I won't even go near (any dessert made with jello is just yucky in my books), and there are others that I plan on making. I'm not sure I would find a need to read any of the other books, but if I were to come across them in any of the second hand book stores that I so enjoy exploring and they are cheap, I wouldn't let them pass.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    Browne's third tasty outing (following Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love in 1999 and God Save the Sweet Potato Queens in 2001) finds the Boss Queen taking on Betty Crocker (source of "some of the insane ideas we have struggled with and against for the last 50 years") and channeling Suze Orman for financial advice ("There's a lot to be said for rich old guys with bad hearts and no relatives, but you can't always get what you want"). Culinarily challenged readers will be happy to find this book's Browne's third tasty outing (following Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love in 1999 and God Save the Sweet Potato Queens in 2001) finds the Boss Queen taking on Betty Crocker (source of "some of the insane ideas we have struggled with and against for the last 50 years") and channeling Suze Orman for financial advice ("There's a lot to be said for rich old guys with bad hearts and no relatives, but you can't always get what you want"). Culinarily challenged readers will be happy to find this book's main course is still Browne's hilarious anecdotes and observations about enjoying life after 40. She caps each escapade with the perfect artery-clogging recipes (with names like "Whatchamacallit Chicken," "Gooiest Cake in the World," "Bitch Bar Bacon Swimps" and "Pig Candy"-bacon rolled in brown sugar). Whether she's dealing with her mother having a stroke, confessing her obsession with buying a cement monkey or waxing on the joys of wigs or her potential second career as a plastic surgery consultant, Browne is riotously funny and human. Fans will be charmed when she falls in love with a younger man ("who totally missed Motown because he wasn't born yet") or reveals the recipe for Nuclia's Secret Weapon Hair Spray: Elmer's glue and water. Browne and her stable of Queens (no one with any taste would utter the word "drag" in their presence) show no signs of abdicating their hold on readers. Long live the Queens!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    The authorities on all things Queenly also happen to be the authorities on all things delicious as well! Just like everything else the Queen Bee does, she did not write your average, basic cookbook. The recipes are integrated into hilarious anecdotes that may make you pee... The armadillo story was my favorite. And the recipes themselves include instructions like "smoosh" this or "beat the snot" out of that. I agree with one of the reviews on the jacket that says: "You do not have to be from the The authorities on all things Queenly also happen to be the authorities on all things delicious as well! Just like everything else the Queen Bee does, she did not write your average, basic cookbook. The recipes are integrated into hilarious anecdotes that may make you pee... The armadillo story was my favorite. And the recipes themselves include instructions like "smoosh" this or "beat the snot" out of that. I agree with one of the reviews on the jacket that says: "You do not have to be from the South..... you just have to like laughing out loud. a lot." Even being a "fetus" as Jill would call a young'en like me I find the Queens so gloriously wonderful that I want to live vicariously. I haven't been able to make any of these sweet, salty, fried, or au gratin foods yet, but I can't wait to start baking and laughing.

  24. 4 out of 5

    BB

    Love Jill Conner-Brown! Love her, want to be like her, love her! She is the funniest woman alive. You think that you are reading a book written by this prim and proper southern woman and then she busts out with the 4 letter words like they are water. All of her books are a must read! I read my first Sweet Potato Queens book when I was in college or grad school. Dont remember, just know that my mom gave me the first book to read and I laughed so hard I cried. These books are not just for women. M Love Jill Conner-Brown! Love her, want to be like her, love her! She is the funniest woman alive. You think that you are reading a book written by this prim and proper southern woman and then she busts out with the 4 letter words like they are water. All of her books are a must read! I read my first Sweet Potato Queens book when I was in college or grad school. Dont remember, just know that my mom gave me the first book to read and I laughed so hard I cried. These books are not just for women. Men can read them to, and I might add men have a lot to gain by reading them. She gives away lots of secrets that every man on the planet wants to know about women.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Valentina Marzorati

    Time for a confession: if y'all really want to know where my famous margarita recipe originated, it's HERE! It's these ladies we owe our thanks to, and they actually call these concoctions the "Sweet Potato Queens' Knock You Naked Margaritas!" Other absolutely life-changing recipes from these girls include Pig Candy (excuse me, it's brown sugar baked bacon, so of course, yes), Chocolate Stuff (sounds so boring, but YOU WILL WANT TO TAKE A BATH IN IT), Armadillo Dip, Death Chicken -- just some da Time for a confession: if y'all really want to know where my famous margarita recipe originated, it's HERE! It's these ladies we owe our thanks to, and they actually call these concoctions the "Sweet Potato Queens' Knock You Naked Margaritas!" Other absolutely life-changing recipes from these girls include Pig Candy (excuse me, it's brown sugar baked bacon, so of course, yes), Chocolate Stuff (sounds so boring, but YOU WILL WANT TO TAKE A BATH IN IT), Armadillo Dip, Death Chicken -- just some damn good (ok, kind of white trash - but I mean that is the best way) comfort food, with some pretty entertaining writing around it all.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    I had seen other of the "Sweet Potato Queen" books but had never read one before. I really liked this crazy book. Maybe it's because I fall into the same demographic or maybe it's because I'm from the South. Don't know. Don't care. Just know my husband had to ask me to hold it down when I was listening to it in bed on my IPOD. When I get off this site I am going onto our county library site and see if I can get other SPQ book. A good laugh is hard to find and this book provided enough to warrant I had seen other of the "Sweet Potato Queen" books but had never read one before. I really liked this crazy book. Maybe it's because I fall into the same demographic or maybe it's because I'm from the South. Don't know. Don't care. Just know my husband had to ask me to hold it down when I was listening to it in bed on my IPOD. When I get off this site I am going onto our county library site and see if I can get other SPQ book. A good laugh is hard to find and this book provided enough to warrant reading other SPQ books.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Khile

    You have to love Jill Connor Browne! The actual title is "Sweet Potato Queen's Big Ass Cookbook And Financial Planner." (Financial plans such as, "Let him pay.") If you've never been to Sweet Potato Queens Weekend in Jackson, MS on St. Patrick's Day every year (aka Spring Break for all us girls of a "certain age" who didn't get near enough chances to be Queens-Of-Whatever-We-Wanted-To-Be in high school, get yourself a rhinestone tiara and GO! No husbands, no boyfriends. Just a great fun Girls' T You have to love Jill Connor Browne! The actual title is "Sweet Potato Queen's Big Ass Cookbook And Financial Planner." (Financial plans such as, "Let him pay.") If you've never been to Sweet Potato Queens Weekend in Jackson, MS on St. Patrick's Day every year (aka Spring Break for all us girls of a "certain age" who didn't get near enough chances to be Queens-Of-Whatever-We-Wanted-To-Be in high school, get yourself a rhinestone tiara and GO! No husbands, no boyfriends. Just a great fun Girls' Time!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    Big boss Queen from Jackson, Mississippi is back with a hilarious new Sweet Potato book and this time she's taking on Betty Crocker! I laughed at so many offerings in this -- and let's all say it together: BUTTER. This book is a REAL book of easy and fattening offerings, recipes and home-spun advice that your Grandmother would applaud and you wish people everywhere subscribed to! Drinks, eats, financial advice (not the kind you'd expect), and stories from the hearth -- you won't be able to put it Big boss Queen from Jackson, Mississippi is back with a hilarious new Sweet Potato book and this time she's taking on Betty Crocker! I laughed at so many offerings in this -- and let's all say it together: BUTTER. This book is a REAL book of easy and fattening offerings, recipes and home-spun advice that your Grandmother would applaud and you wish people everywhere subscribed to! Drinks, eats, financial advice (not the kind you'd expect), and stories from the hearth -- you won't be able to put it down, AND you WILL make these recipes. I dare you to deny it!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Krista

    This is a very humorous book written by a Jackson Mississippi woman who sounds like someone I would love to hang out with every now and then. It also contains recipes for those calorie packed dishes served at any gathering of women who like to eat and I'm not talking about carrots and celery! I enjoyed this book more than the SPQ's Book of Love. I especially enjoyed the chapter she wrote about her mother and what her mother eats. Worth a read for some laugh therapy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    August 2012 book club selection (my recommendation made the list!). Read this several years ago - consult it from time to time for favorite recipes. Looking forward to reading it again in August when we have our potluck dinner. Just finished the re-read. It was just as good and laugh out loud funny as the first time. Can't wait to taste some of these recipes at our potluck in August. I've only made a couple of the desserts, which turned out great.

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