SACRAMENTO, CA Family time is to be cherished; life is so short. What better way to spend time with your family by involving food, fun and laughter. As seen on HGTV The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking by Curtis Parker features delicious foods as if your mother and aunts were in the kitchen cooking greens, biscuits, fried chicken, black-eye peas and okra. Then your uncles come into the kitchen wanting to top these dishes with their famous barbecue baby back ribs, secret barbecue sauce and peach cobbler.
Nothing beats this feeling for the Holidays like good food. But the Holidays are not the only time for good food. Good food can be shared and prepared at any time. The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking offers delicious, finger-licking recipes that Curtis received from his mother, Natha Parker who passed away last month. “My mother was the world greatest scratch cook, her cooking legacy is captured in The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking” says Author, Curtis Parker. Curtis is the ninth of ten children from Union, Mississippi and his connection with his mother was growing up in the kitchen. Curtis and his mother would choose fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden to prepare the dishes. In creating the Lost Art Curtis provides ideas for dishes even when you are on a limited budget. “In today’s economy families are still struggling and is continually looking for ways to stretch their money. The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking offers several great, hearty meals that is ideal for those limited budgets” says Vernita Naylor, JEGroup, Founder/Owner/Author
During this time of cooking Curtis was able to not only pick up recipes that became a family tradition but his love of cooking transcended into his marital life where he loves to prepare all types of meals for his family. If you are looking for a unique Christmas gift idea or want a recipe book for any occasion pick up a copy of The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking today. Buy a copy for yourself and make as gifts for family and friends. The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking is available both in paperback and on Kindle.
About The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking
Based in Sacramento, CA Curtis Parker Curtis is a husband (married to his wife Pamela for over 36 years), a father of two and grandfather of 5. He loves using his mom's recipes to cook for his family. He loves the Lord. He volunteers in several ministries serving others. His motto is "If I can help somebody as I pass along, then my living shall not be in vain." Curtis sees scratch cooking as an art form that has been lost and is slowly dying. He wants to keep it alive and make it a tradition of using fresh fruits and vegetables to cultivate meals of tradition and good taste.
About Jabez Enterprise Group (JEGroup)
Jabez Enterprise Group (JEGroup) offers the What’s Next Effect (WNE)?, a vendor development training program that provides hands-on and online interactive education, consulting and training courses for disadvantaged and underrepresented (small, minority, women, LGBT and Veteran) business owners. After a business owner gets certified what’s next? JEGroup is creating certified and qualified vendors and helping them to grow, develop and build capacity through the supplier diversity and government contracting programs in partnership with Fortune 500, government and non-profit organization partners. For more information, visit www.jabezenterprisegroup.com or call 1-800-865-0701.