Thursday, January 27, 2011


Emmy & Grammy nominated composer George S. Clinton from Chattanooga, TN has written the musical scores for over 80 feature films, television movies, and mini-series including Mortal Kombat, Austin Powers, Cheech & Chong, Big Momma’s House, & Santa Claus 2 & 3. Clinton said of the potato salad recipe he sent, “This is a family recipe made by my grandmother, aunt, & sister.”
The East Tennessee Historical Society is now selling my Tennessee cookbook “Country Goodness Recipes of Tennessee Celebrities” in their Museum shop located at 601 S. Gay St. in Knoxville, TN.

About the cookbooks East Tennessee Ties: There are recipes from Stella and Dolly Parton, Sevierville, Jonesborough Storytelling Festival, Artist Vince Pitelka, Smithville, American Idol finalist Phil Stacey, Cleveland, Austin Powers Music Composer George S. Clinton, Chattanooga and you will have to go by the museum to see the other East Tennessee contributors.

About the Museum: Recognizing that East Tennessee’s history, heritage, and geography are distinct from the rest of the state, the East Tennessee History Center provides services uniquely tailored to the region. Visitors can attend workshops and conferences, enjoy a lecture, peruse exhibitions, research family history, or a special historical subject, participate in student and teacher educational programs, as well as find a wide selection of books, crafts, and history-related items in the
Museum Shop.

1 comment:

scott davidson said...

"Please brighten up this waiting room," says my busy boss, one morning "Put some art on the wall." Admittedly, the room is on the drab side but as a car spare part supply office, I thought that not many of the clients coming through notice much of it.
From, I ordered online canvas prints about car art, of course, like this one by Salvador Dali