Quail Ridge Continues State Cookbook Series in 2006

September 2006
Book Publishing Report;9/4/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 34, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 2006 business plan of Quail Ridge Press, a book publishing company in Brandon, Mississippi. According to the author, after completing its Best-of-the-Best cookbook series in late 2005, the company will issue some of the older titles in the cookbook series and beyond. Publisher Barney McKee discloses that about seven to eight titles will be published a year. For 2006, they will re-issue the 1980's published cookbooks for Alabama, Georgia, and North Carlina.


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