Off the Beaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS | Morgan Murphy | ©2013 First Printing
Off the Beaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS | Morgan Murphy | ©2013 First Printing
Off the Beaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS | Morgan Murphy | ©2013 First Printing
Off the Beaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS | Morgan Murphy | ©2013 First Printing
Off the Beaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS | Morgan Murphy | ©2013 First Printing
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Off the Beaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS | Morgan Murphy | ©2013 First Printing

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Off the Eaten Path: SECOND HELPINGS takes you on the ultimate road trip and into some of the South's most tucked-away diners, drive-ins and dives with food critic and travel writer Morgan Murphy as he cruises the roads less traveled in 16 Southern states.

More than a cookbook, SECOND HELPINGS from the Southern Living collection, charts the best Southern foods at off-road diners, roadside food stands, and independently owned restaurants from Texas and Appalachia to the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts, gathering up a bellyful of recipes, laughs, and Southern lore along the way. 

With humor and his uniquely Southern voice, Murphy introduces you to each restaurant, recipe, and attraction, highlighting the best iconic Southern dishes to try in each region.

Filled with favorite restaurant recipes like Caramelized Vidalia Onion Fritters from The Hill in Palmetto, Georgia, Peanut Butter Pie from The Black Sheep in Richmond, Virginia, Red Beans & Rice from the Lasyone's in Natchitoches, Louisiana, Lump Crab Cakes from Bowens Island in Charleston, South Carolina, and Chile con Queso from Salsa Fuego in Fort Worth, Texas, and many more.

The soft-cover cookbook is in good condition but does show some wrinkling on the front cover. There is no writing or tears inside the book and the book is from the first printing. Ex-library copy.


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