Alan Updates His Cookbook

By popular request, Alan Jackson has created a new edition of his popular 1994 cookbook, Who Says You Can’t Cook It All.

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The original featured more than 45 recipes and several family photographs. Alan's wife, Denise, and his mom, Ruth, contributed the bulk of the recipes, which mainly featured Southern-style favorites. The updated cookbook, Who Says You Can't Cook It All, Second Edition, now contains more than 60 recipes along with some never-before-seen family photographs. The new cookbook is available exclusively through alanjackson.com.

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