By Lisa Ranieri
We sat down with Stacey Little of Southern Bite fame to ask about his work with the AUMnibus and his current success. Article to follow.
Have you ever wanted to cook something so delicious but remembered you’re on a college budget or you are busy with life? Stacey Little, author of The Southern Bite cookbook, could help you with that. His book will be in stores and on all electronic reading platforms on March 11, 2014.
He began his career at Auburn Montgomery as a Communications major and was the managing editor for the AUMnibus. After attending college for two or three years, he wrote restaurant reviews for the Montgomery Advertiser.
When that chapter closed, he began reviewing restaurants on his own personal blog, as well as posting recipes. After his blog received recognition form the Montgomery community, publisher Thomas Nelson approached him to write a cookbook. Little said, “I didn’t expect it to happen, it kinda happened on its own.”
The cookbook is designed to bring families back to the kitchen table for family dinner. You can find any of his recipes on Facebook or Pinterest when you search Southern Bite. Two of Little’s favorite slow cooker recipes are “Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings” and “Beef Stew“.