God Save the Sweet Potato Queens Author:Jill Conner Browne Hallelujah! The Sweet Potato Queens are back! — In 1999, Jill Conner Browne, royal boss of Jackson, Mississippi's own glorious Sweet Potato Queens, introduced them to the world in the hilarious bestseller The Sweet Potato Queen's Book of Love (which contained everything you ever need to know about Love, Life, Men, Marriage, and the importa... more »nce of Being Prepared). But, fortunately for us, that was not the final chapter in the Queens' splendid saga. The Sweet Potato Queens still have plenty of stuff to say and valuable wisdom to impart about how they went from being Cute Girls to Fabulous Women, including:
Dating for the Advanced, or Advancing
The Joys of Marriage -- if you must
More Delicious, Death-Defying Recipes
The Promise for Men -- six little words that will make any woman Lolling About -- the official activity of the Sweet Potato Queens
And, of course,
The All-True Story of the Two Most Wonderful Men in the World
Not to mention:
Reader Mail -- honoring the adventures of brand-new Wannabes and Honorary Queens from around the world
If you haven't met the Sweet Potato Queens yet, this is the introduction you've been waiting for. If you already know the joys of Queendom, this is your official welcome-back party.« less
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This left me in stitches. I was taking a trip with my husband to New Orleans and I splurged on first class. Wine and this book the whole way down were the perfect combination. I also found my one (and now only) margarita recipe in this book!
The follow up to The Sweet Potato Queen's Book of Love is just as hilarious. A guide for how to go from being a Cute Girl to a Fabulous Woman. Includes topics such as: Dating for the Advanced, or Advancing; The Joys of Marriage - if you must; and More Delicious, Death-Defying Recipes. Enjoy!
A hilarious narrative about a bunch of "real" southern women and their lively sometimes raunchy antics with recipes thrown in..it's not the Red Hat Society. It's laugh out loud and maybe one you should read in private if you tend to "snort" when you belly laugh!