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Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love & Baking Biscuits

Academy awardwinning actress, producer, and entrepreneur Reese Witherspoon invites you into her world, where she infuses the southern style, parties, and traditions she loves with contemporary flair and charm.Reese Witherspoons grandmother Dorothea always said that a combination of beauty and strength made southern women whiskey in a teacup. We may be delicate and ornamental on the outside, she said, but inside were strong and fiery.Reeses southern heritage informs her whole life, and she loves sharing the joys of southern living with practically everyone she meets. She takes the South wherever she goes with bluegrass, big holiday parties, and plenty of Dorotheas fried chicken. Its reflected in how she entertains, decorates her home, and makes holidays special for her kidsnot to mention how she talks, dances, and does her hair (in these pages, you will learn Reeses fail-proof, only slightly insane hot-roller technique). Reese loves sharing Dorotheas most delicious recipes as well as he...

Title : Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love & Baking Biscuits
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ISBN : 40009804
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 299 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Whiskey in a Teacup: What Growing Up in the South Taught Me About Life, Love & Baking Biscuits Reviews

  • Andee

    Why did I buy this book? I’ve had such guilt about it since the moment I tossed it in the cart. Love Reese Witherspoon films, she’s a great actress. Cannot stand Reese Witherspoon the hypocritical lying person. Ever since she had her DUI during which she was horribly obnoxious and rude to the police officer and pulled the - Don’t you know who I am! - line, which is always so disgusting. Who she truly is doesn’t really square up with her carefully cultivated, cutesy little image of a sweet, well ...more

  • Colleen

    It took me, what, a week to listen to the last 15 minutes of this book? Yeah, I’m not gonna rate this since I am sooooo not the target audience.

  • Rebekah O'Dell

    Fun and better-than-expected writing!!! I intend to make a recipe or two from this book and loved the accompanying essays!

  • Margie

    What can I say . . . I was born and raised in the South and while reading this book I remember doing some of the exact same things that the author did - helping my grandmother take care of the gardens, catching fireflies in mason jars, sucking on honeysuckle, and dinner parties - my grandmother had a tablecloth she used for every special occasion. Guests would sign their name in pencil and add the date underneath. My grandmother would embroider each name and date. When you returned for another d ...more

  • fortuna.spinning

    I’m a bad southern woman. 😆 I don’t wear a lot of color or patterns, no lipstick, definitely no monograms, and I haven’t a clue how to roller my hair, but I adore Reese and loved listening to her talk about growing up in Nashville. If you listen to the audio, be sure to check out the PDF which is full of pretty photos, family recipes, and party playlists.

  • Stacie Boren

    I purchased this book from Amazon to read. All opinions are my own. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Whiskey In A Teacup by Reese Witherspoon. What a great insight into Reese's world! Everything from how to hot roll your hair to what to put on your dinner party table. An amazing book that will definitely be on my list for Christmas gifts for all the women in my family! Review also posted on Instagram @borenbooks, Library Thing, Go Read, Goodreads/StacieBoren, Amazon, Twitter @jason_stacie and my blog at

  • Kylie Tingley

    3.5/5. While listening to Reese narrate her book was great, there was a lot of “refer to the PDF”, so I think this one would probably be better if you read a hard copy.

  • Ella (Элла)

    Interesting read about Reese & she is the audiobook narrator.

    Not sure about one thing: multiple times she called herself an “actor” vs. “actress”. Did anyone else notice that too?