Dishing out witty one-liners and old-fashioned country logic, Roy English’s Advice from a Country Farmer is simply this—no-nonsense humor and wisdom from a country gentleman schooled in common sense and kindness.
“Most farmers work only half a day; the other twelve hours they do other stuff.”
“When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty.”
“Don’t skinny dip with snapping turtles.”
Roy English is a farmer/rancher, judge, singer/songwriter, and novelist/screenwriter. He is the author of Don’t Whiz on an Electric Fence, When I Am An Old Coot, Chicken Fried Steak for the Soul, and coauthor of The Outhouse Reader. He lives in Mansfield, Texas.
With her dinner series Sunday Suppers, Karen Mordechai celebrates the magic of gathering, bringing together friends and strangers to connect over the acts of cooking and sharing meals. For those who yearn to connect around the table, Karen’s simple, seasonally driven recipes, evocative photography, and understated styling form a road map to creating community in their own kitchens and in offbeat locations. This collection of gatherings will inspire a sense of adventure and community for both the novice and experienced cook alike.
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