Raised on Old-Time Country Cooking is the fourth and last book in the series. The 12 chapters illustrate cooking methods, menus, recipes, photographs, and history-bits of how each generation prepared nourishing meals for their families, friends, and special occasions. My first memory of cooking was with my grandmother when I was five years old. Every morning she made buttermilk biscuits from scratch for her family of eight. As she pinched off a wad of dough and rolled it into a biscuit, she handed it to me and said, “Here, Bettye, lay it on th’baker and mash it flat.” Minutes later when she pulled the old iron baker from the oven with the imprint of my fingers baked to a golden brown into the top of the biscuits, no one could convince me that I did not make those biscuits! At that moment I developed a love of cooking.