The Potluck Club Cookbook: Easy Recipes to Enjoy with Family and Friends

The Potluck Club Cookbook: Easy Recipes to Enjoy with Family and Friends

by Linda Evans Shepherd, Eva Marie Everson

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441204561
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/01/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 352,183
File size: 895 KB

About the Author

Linda Evans Shepherd and Eva Marie Everson are award-winning authors, successful speakers, radio personalities, and avid readers of fiction. They are the popular authors of The Potluck Club, The Potluck Club--Trouble's Brewing, The Potluck Club--Takes the Cake, and The Secret's in the Sauce. They've also led numerous Bible studies and women's retreats and still find time to be wives and mothers. Linda lives in Colorado and Eva lives in Florida.
Linda Evans Shepherd is the author of over thirty books including When You Don't Know What to Pray: How to Talk to God about Anything and When You Can't Find God: How to Ignite the Power of His Presence, and the co-author of the popular series the Potluck Club and the Potluck Catering Club. Linda is an international speaker and media personality and is the creator of RightToTheHeart.tv and appears as a frequent host of Daystar's Denver Celebration.

She's the leader of the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association and president of the nonprofit ministry Right to the Heart, which has seen over 500,000 people come to faith. She's married and has two children. For more, visit www.sheppro.com.
Eva Marie Everson is a successful speaker and the award-winning author of Things Left Unspoken, This Fine Life, and Chasing Sunsets. She is coauthor of the Potluck Club books and the Potluck Catering Club series. She lives in Florida.

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Potluck Club Cookbook, The 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
JodieBailey More than 1 year ago
I love this cookbook! By no means have I made all of the recipes in it, but the ones I have are simple, easy, and delicious. The best thing about this cookbook was when I first flipped through it... There were so many recipes my grandmother has made and that have been made at potlucks at my home church. Being away from home so much, it was like a nice visit with family. Another fun thing... the authors' comments on writing the book and on their recipes in the book. Fun to read... a nice behind-the-scenes look at the Potluck books. These are great, tasty, home-cooking type recipes to be savored. Love this cookbook... can't wait to make more!
smilingsally on LibraryThing 5 months ago
Having just read my first Potluck Club book, I looked forward to reviewing the accompanying cookbook. It did not disappoint. The recipes are easy to follow using food items found in most kitchens, with encouraging side notes like, "We always made this dish following the holidays. What a great thing to do with your leftover turkey." and "Here's a no-bake, easy-to-make panful of yum." and "This is one of my husband's very favorite cakes!"It's organized so that any cook can find a new eating adventure to try. At the end, "Meet the Authors" is an interesting question/answer segment that fans will appreciate. It would be fun for a book club to read a Potluck Club book and hold the discussion meeting with members creating recipes found in this cookbook.Any new cook or young bride would appreciate this as a gift. In addition, we old (ahem!) veteran cooks will rediscover foods we've tasted at potluck dinners.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ChristysBookBlog More than 1 year ago
The Potluck Club Cookbook by Linda Evans Shepherd and Eva Marie Everson is filled with so many terrific recipes! I had so much fun going through this book, first I read it cover to cover, because the authors supplement the recipes with stories about how they found them or use them. Second, I went through it again putting sticky notes on each recipe I couldn't wait to try out. The recipes are easy, a must for an amateur cook like me, but they are for downhome, traditional foods that families love. The chocolate cake recipe is to DIE for, I can't tell you how many compliments I received after making it. The chapter with healthy foods has recipes that genuinely taste good as well as being good for you. The Italian chicken was a big hit in my house. The Cheddar cheese soup was a true success: both girls ate two bowls, and my husband took the leftovers to work for a couple of days after. I served the taco casserole to some family, and they requested the recipe for it, and you know that's the best indicator of a good food, if someone asks you for the recipe. I had that happen several times with this book, and I'm not done sampling! It has definitely earned a permanent place in my kitchen.
OnAssignment More than 1 year ago
This companion cookbook to A Taste of Fame is good one for those looking to step away from the normal rotation of their cooking repertoire. Beginning cooks may find some of the recipes frustrating in that some of the portions servings and ingredients are missing. Dr. Linda F. Beed, Reviewer On Assignment Reviews
Smilingsally More than 1 year ago
Having just read my first Potluck Club book, I looked forward to reviewing the accompanying cookbook. It did not disappoint. The recipes are easy to follow using food items found in most kitchens, with encouraging side notes like, "We always made this dish following the holidays. What a great thing to do with your leftover turkey." and "Here's a no-bake, easy-to-make panful of yum." and "This is one of my husband's very favorite cakes!" It's organized so that any cook can find a new eating adventure to try. At the end, "Meet the Authors" is an interesting question/answer segment that fans will appreciate. It would be fun for a book club to read a Potluck Club book and hold the discussion meeting with members creating recipes found in this cookbook. Any new cook or young bride would appreciate this as a gift. In addition, we old (ahem!) veteran cooks will rediscover foods we've tasted at potluck dinners.