Cooking Up With the Jones'

A Taste of Southern Style Cooking

by Sharon Denise Jones

Cooking Up With the Jones'
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Cooking Up With the Jones'

A Taste of Southern Style Cooking

by Sharon Denise Jones

Published Jul 14, 2014
266 Pages
Genre: COOKING / Regional & Ethnic / American / Southern States



 

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Cooking Up With The Jones’


This lavishly produced book, Cooking Up With The Jones’ brims with color photographs of food and two substitution charts. This book was produced to have mass-market appeal to those who are just beginning to cook and say they can’t even boil water; and second, for those who have been trying to cook and wonder why their meals don’t taste like Mother’s or Grandma’s cooking, or even the food of their favorite Restaurant. In Cooking Up With The Jones’ you will find those flavors with recipe’s that range from Appetizers, Desserts—such as Old Fashioned Pound Cakes, Meats, Buttermilk Pancakes, and plenty more. I am Sharon D. Jones, A Tennessee girl who was Diagnosed with Diabetes in 2012, while in the process of creating this book. I then set my goal to complete this book and include substitution charts that will benefit others as well as myself. Buy this book.

 

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About the Author

Sharon Denise Jones

I am SHARON DENISE JONES; I was born November 6, 1969. I am the youngest of five siblings; I was born and raised in Lexington Tennessee, by my Mother Eventure Williams and step Father the late Lois Earl Williams. I grew up on a small farm, raising pigs and chickens. Growing up I was always considered a tomboy, If I wasn’t climbing trees or chasing pigs through the mud, I would be playing basketball with the guys, which made me a great basketball player. I attended Caywood Elementary School in Lexington, Tennessee, Kindergarten through 8th grade, I played basketball my 6th 7th & 8th grade years, during those times I received several MVP and All-Star awards. I attended Lexington High School where I graduated on May of 1989. I also received numerous basketball awards as well, such as All State, all West Tennessee, and Best Play Maker. I attended West Tennessee Business College, where I graduated and received my Diploma in Cosmetology. As I was growing up, helping on the farm and cooking with my mother were the best days of my childhood. Especially holidays, when my mother would make sure my sister Jackie and I were involved in the kitchen in some way, whether it be whipping up egg whites for her fabulous chocolate pies or seasoning the turkey, getting it ready for baking. Those days are what made me the lady that I am today. I’m happily married to Anthony Bernard Jones, who has been my foundation since the day we exchanged vows September 4, 1999. I’m also a proud Mother of three wonderful children—Joshua, Jessica, and Jaleel—and the Grandmother of three—Jayda, Jeremiah and Jordyn. As I got older, I realized that cooking and taking care of people with special needs are my passions. I am presently employed as a Home Manager for the Supportive Living, where I assist mentally challenged or disabled persons with daily living. I am the Vice-President of the Adult Choir, President of the Youth Choir and a member of the Pastor’s Aide at my local Church. I may be the youngest of five, but I love taking on new challenges and that’s what made me the extraordinary person I am today.