Jen Hatmaker grew up with a father who was a pastor in the Baptist church, moving the family from Kansas to a series of small Southern towns. For a long time, though, she’s been a diehard Texan, which is very evident not only in the food she loves but also in her fierce independent streak. Her new cookbook, Feed These People, breaks just about every rule and tradition you’ve ever seen in a cookbook – from the ingredients to the directions to the occasional curse word – but that’s what makes it fun.
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Jen Hatmaker’s Welcome Table | Biscuits & Jam Podcast | Season 4 | Episode 25