Cornbread in Buttermilk Review
I have read many books in my day, but Cornbread in Buttermilk is topping my favorites. Cornbread in Buttermilk is unlike any other book you have ready before. It’s about love and sacrifice. It’s about a mom who was determined to raise her kids the best way she knew how.
While their life growing up wasn’t easy, it could have turned out very differently. Thanks to their mom’s sacrifice, these six kids turned out to be amazing citizens of society. I don’t want to give away too much of the book, but it is a reminder of how good the world can be.
Being a single mom is hard, I grew up in a family of six kids and a single mom. I knew that everything my mom did, she did to the best of her ability. She wasn’t always perfect. However, as a parent, there are many times I look back and think about her sacrifice and what she did to give us the very best.
I can relate to Cornbread in Buttermilk, not for the delicious food they describe in the book, but for the mom’s sacrifice. I know several single moms who would benefit from reading this book. I also love the values and morals presented in this book. Not many people promote good stories like this anymore.
I am thrilled to give Cornbread in Buttermilk 5 starts. Truly an awesome read.
This book is a panoramic view of a source of empowerment that was not recognized initially during the actual moments. However, with more hindsight, the proper honor and respect is now given to a matriarch of our family, with better clarity and significance. To her, as well as to others from the Southern states, cornbread in buttermilk was considered as a delicacy, yet for the Buntyn family, Cornbread in Buttermilk symbolizes The Delicacies of Love and Sacrifice. Through the snapshots of life with our grandmother, Pappie, you will be inspired to recapture the fleeting values in our social structure: fear (reverence) of God, faith in family, and fundamental education.