Time & Location
Aug 01, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
CLE Lecture Hall, 348 S 5th St, Highlands, NC 28741, USA
About the Event
Some Southern cooks keep their prized family recipes under lock and key, but not Mary Martha Greene. Why? She says few things can truly be kept secret in the South and recipes, like cheese biscuits, are meant to be shared. That's why she's the "Cheese Biscuit Queen". So many stories could be written about Greene's Aunt Mimi's cheese biscuits-the countries they visited, and the lies, half-truths, cheating, and conniving of small children (not to mention grown adults) to get them. for Greene, who inherited the title of Cheese Biscuit Queen-and the recipe-from her aunt, making the biscuits and continuing to share Aunt Mimi's recipe keeps her love and legacy alive. Join us for a discussion of Mary Martha's new book which will introduce you to new ideas for the consummate entertainer, helpful tips for less experienced cooks, and stories to make even the grumpiest legislator laugh. A discussion with Mary Martha will be followed by a book signing and light refreshments whil you enjoy the opportunity to taste samples of her famous biscuits.
Location: CLE Lecture Hall
Presenter: Mary Martha Greene is a South Carolina native and government relations consultant who perfected her entertaining skills for making friends and engaging clients during her forty-year career. now as a volunteer, she teaches cooking skills to at-risk and homeless youth.