Cook Books

Edie Hand loves to cook and spend time in the kitchen with family and friends. She was the driving force behind these six cookbooks with some great classic recipes that you can prepare and enjoy. Whether it’s cajun and creole style, or one of the many recipes from Edie and her celebrity friends these books should be a part of your culinary library. Edie’s Recipes for Life shares recipes and kitchen secrets from Brenda Russell’s stuffed yams to others from Marie Osmond, Fannie Flagg, Nancy Brinker, Zig Ziglar, Buddy Killen, and more! Books are available through your favorite book store or via Amazon, Books A Million and others.

Cooking Cajun and Creole
with Miss Edie and The Colonel
by Edie Hand and
Colonel William Paul


Cooking Cajun and Creole with Miss Edie and The Colonel
is a unique new Louisiana style cookbook which examines the evolution, historical background, and culinary differences between the Cajun and Creole cuisines of South Louisiana. Co-author’s Edie Hand and Colonel William G. Paul explain the basic techniques that one must master to prepare food in the Cajun/Creole manner as well as document the historical and ethnic influences that have evolved through the years and come together to create this World renowned culinary style.

Take a sneak at some of the great recipes inside this book!
Pecan and Herb Encrusted Prime Rib Roast
New Orleans Creole Jambalaya
Praline Cheesecake

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Edie Hand Foundation,
please visit EHF to learn about the charities.

Recipes for Life:
A Cookbook for the Heart & Soul with Edie & Friends by Edie Hand


Inside, dozens of recipes from Edie and her celebrity friends are combined with stories that will lift your spirits.
Send your tastebuds into a tailspin with Brenda Russell’s stuffed yams. Learn the kitchen secrets of Marie Osmond, Fannie Flagg,
Nancy Brinker, Zig Ziglar, Buddy Killen, and more!

Quick and Easy Salads and Breads with Style

Quick and Easy Salads

Provided are recipes for delicious and easy holiday treats, entrees, salads and bread that take fewer than 20 minutes to prepare and present with flair. Appropriate for both novice and experienced cooks, all of these recipes use ingredients commonly found on supermarket shelves. 

All Cooked Up:
Recipes and Memories from Elvis’ Friends and Family
by Donna Presley Early, Edie Hand, Darcy Bonfils, Ken Beck, and Jim Clark


Filled with platter after platter of the foods Elvis loved to eat, this book contains nearly 300 recipes, more than 100 family photographs, and personal reminiscences from his family and friends.

Food, Family & Friends
Cookbook Series
by Edie Hand & Darlene Real


This collection of cookbooks contains health-conscious recipes with tips on how to serve with style.

Quick & Easy Holiday Treats with Style

Quick & Easy Entrees with Style

Quick & Easy Salads & Breads with Style