Stirring Up Additional Success with a Southern Flavor

A Friends of Literacy Cookbook

Author: Randall Franks

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Page: 276

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Stirring Up Additional Success with a Southern Flavor is a brand new collection of over 200 recipes from more than 100 of the South's favorite personalities, politicians, performers from television, movies, country, bluegrass and Southern gospel music, as well as members and supporters of the Catoosa Citizens for Literacy and students of the Catoosa County's Shirley Smith Learning Center located just outside Ringgold, Ga. Hungry neighbors can pull themselves up to the table and get a taste of Tim McGraw's Chicken and Dumplings; then "Hawkeye" from M*A*S*H); have a shapely slice of Barbara Mandrell's Apple Cake; cut off a big hunk of Annette O'Toole's Mexican Lasagna; or sit around the old cracker barrel and put a bit of Pee Wee King's Tennessee Waltzing Cheese Round on a crispy cracker. You are sure to find a flavor that will make you say "shut my mouth "

Stirring Up Success with a Southern Flavor

A Friends of Literacy Cookbook

Author: Randall Franks

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Stirring Up Additional Success with a Southern Flavor is a collection of over 300 recipes from 70 of some of the South's favorite personalities, politicians, performers from television, movies, country, bluegrass and Southern gospel music, as well as members and supporters of the Catoosa Citizens for Literacy and students of the Catoosa County's Shirley Smith Learning Center located just outside Ringgold, Ga. Hungry neighbors can pull themselves up to the table and get a taste of Tim McGraw's Chicken and Dumplings; then add a heapin' helpin' of Donna Douglas' meatballs (Elly Mae Clampett of The Beverly Hillbillies); enjoy a temptin' taste of Enos Daisy White Salad from The Dukes of Hazzard's Sonny Shroyer; have a shapely slice of Faith Hill's Great Meatloaf; cut off a big hunk of Alan Jackson's and Joe Diffie's Red Velvet Cake; or sit around the old cracker barrel and put a bit of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter's Plains Special Cheese Ring on a crispy cracker. You are sure to find a flavor that will make you say "shut my mouth "

Country Music Humorists and Comedians

Author: Loyal Jones

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 427

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An exhaustive reference detailing the mirth and music of country music humorists and comedians

A Badge Or an Old Guitar

Author: Randall Franks

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Former NBC and CBS star Randall Franks, best known for his role as "Officer Randy Goode" on TV's "In the Heat of the Night" and as a country music personality, combines his love of murder mysteries and music in "A Badge or an Old Guitar." Big-hearted small-town police officer James Randall from McKinney, Georgia, finds his job in peril when Chief Roy Wilkes is forced to suspend him after he protects an abused boy from his malicious father. While contemplating his circumstance, a country song he records, "Is There More to Life Than This," opens an unlikely pathway to stardom; but even that route becomes rocky when he is charged with murdering Nashville's biggest producer, Tony Grayson. As he struggles to choose between the police path or that of country crooner, a band of allies joins in. Newly practicing attorney Ruby Ann Wilkes, seasoned private-eye Jacob Marley, and intuitive adoptive uncle Joe Benton work to outwit Nashville police detective Patrick O'Shields to prove Randall's innocence - and help him regain the confidence that has been erased by a lifetime of loss.

Life

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A Mountain Pearl

Appalachian Reminiscing and Recipes

Author: Randall Franks

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Page: 201

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"A Mountain Pearl" follows the adventures of a young, Appalachian girl as she grows up in the secluded valley below the Gravelly Spur Mountain during the Great Depression. She and her family and friends experience the ups and downs of pioneer life in a beautiful valley almost forgotten by time. The stories were inspired by Pearl Franks - late mother of Hall of Fame music legend and actor Randall Franks, who played "Officer Randy Goode" on the television series "In the Heat of the Night." Illustrated by award-winning artist Cathy Cooksey, the collection includes 39 authentic mountain recipes and 55 country funnies sure to bring a laugh.

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The Magazine of the Arts

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Encouragers I

Finding the Light

Author: Randall Franks

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Page: 364

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Seeking to inspire the Encourager in each of us. Encouragers I: Finding the Light includes 49 stories and 114 photos highlighting entertainers, actors and everyday folks who shared their light with former network star, entertainer and columnist Randall Franks. The Independent Country Music Hall of Fame member and International Bluegrass Music Museum Legend is best known for his role as "Officer Randy Goode" from TV's "In the Heat of the Night." In this first of a three-volume series, Franks highlights the encouraging nature of the people who inspired his early life, such as WSB Barndance stars Cotton and Jane Carrier and Grand Ole Opry star Bashful Brother Oswald; American icon Bob Hope and "Gunsmoke" legend Ken Curtis; country music masters Bill Monroe and Johnny Cash; bluegrass hall of famers Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs and "The Andy Griffith Show" star Doug Dillard; and heralded gospel music performers the Marksmen Quartet, the Lewis Family and Jeff & Sheri Easter. Also included are 149 special Moments in Time photos from Randall's personal collection and 49 celebrity, family and friend recipes.

Encouragers II

Walking with the Masters

Author: Randa Frank

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Page: 347

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Encouragers II: Walking with the Masters includes 49 stories and 143 photos highlighting entertainers, actors, and everyday folks who shared their light with former network star, entertainer, and columnist Randall Franks. The Independent Country Music Hall of Fame member and International Bluegrass Music Museum Legend is best known for his role as "Officer Randy Goode" from TV's "In the Heat of the Night." In this second of a three-volume series, Franks highlights the encouraging nature of the people who inspired him, such as Grand Ole Opry star Roy Acuff; American icons Roy Rogers, Carroll O'Connor, and "Dallas" legend Larry Hagman; country music masters Porter Wagoner and The Whites; bluegrass hall of famers Jim and Jesse McReynolds and Bill Monroe; and heralded gospel music performers Dottie Rambo, Hovie Lister, and Bill Gaither. Also included are 158 special Moments in Time photos from Randall's personal collection and 51 celebrity, family, and friend recipes.