"Told with heart and mouthwatering detail, Rebekah Lingenfelser's Some Kinda Good is like sharing a meal with your most knowledgeable food friend (who also sends you home with the best leftovers ever). From the personal essays to the restaurant reviews and recipes, this is a book to savor." - Jessica Tom, novelist and Food Network Star
"Rebekah's delectable writing invites readers to relax in a rocking chair on the front porch and sip on a tall glass of iced tea while she serves up stories of Southern hospitality and food traditions. Her book is the perfect recipe of personal experiences blended with cooking tips and life lessons, seasoned with her own blend of Southern sass." - LeeAnna Tatum, editor and publisher of Southern Soil Magazine
"With her love of cooking and watching others enjoy the fruits of her labor, Rebekah Lingenfelser is the consummate Southern hostess. But she's also a top-notch storyteller, interjecting humor and warmth into all her writing. You'll enjoy reading about her family traditions and celebrations, and you'll be inspired by her story. And along the way, you just might learn a thing or two. By the end of the book, you're sure to say, that was "Some Kinda Good." - Angye Morrison, Editor, Statesboro Publishing
"Where many students come into culinary school to find themselves and figure out their own culinary style, Rebekah came with a clear, defined culinary story, and all the drive to exceed any challenge put before her. Her ability to combine her career in media with her ongoing ventures in food only strengthens her input in the culinary field. I cannot wait to see what she embarks on next!" - Chef Alex Lewis, CEC, M.Ed.
"Rebekah invites readers to pull up a chair around the table and pass the time together like old friends. She is real and relatable, and her recipes are easy to follow and delicious." - Casey Stoddard, Communications Coordinator