This is one cookbook that I’d love to share with my family and use to build a new generation of culinary stories.

Portland Book Review

This review comes with instructions: #1. Buy the book. #2. Turn to page 112.  #3. Make the recipe “Slow Cooker Pot Roast.”  Now, to be as un-journalistic as I can be: OMG! All the recipes I tried from Quick-Fix Southern worked very well. Author Rebecca Lang knows how to cook and this book reflects her talents.

Charles G. Thompson,

In addition to being quick without sacrificing flavor, each recipe is simple to make and user-friendly. There are expert cooking tips and even tidbits of Southern history. Rebecca’s advice is whether you’re serving a nibble to whet the appetite or as a heartier first course, serve a dish that is both delicious and unforgettable. Her excellent new cookbook will help even novice cooks do just that. The Quick-Fix Southern Cookbook is authentic, accessible, and highly recommended.

Larry Cox, Tuscon Citizen

From beginner to advanced, these recipes are user-friendly, created to fit hectic lifestyles and reminiscent of a time gone by. With Quick-Fix Southern you don’t need a screened porch or a magnolia tree to cook a traditional southern meal.

Starting out with a chapter on "the basics of quick cooking in the south", you'll be itching to get into the kitchen and stock your pantry with her Southern All-Purpose Flour and Southern Self-Rising Flour, Buttermilk, Tangy Barbecue Sauce and Sugar Syrup so that you, too can bring some comforting Southern classics to your table in no time at all. While (of course) there were little strips of paper sticking out of this book from every open edge, I started out by making a big batch of Soft Buttermilk Waffles for breakfast. They were quick and simple. And awesome. I'll be using this recipe often!