Ernest Matthew Mickler
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Ernest Matthew Mickler (Pronounced MYkler) (August 23, 1940 – November 15, 1988) was the author of White Trash Cooking, a cookbook with recipes from the American Southeast. Mickler grew up in rural Florida. Mickler also wrote Sinkin Spells, Hot Flashes, Fits and Cravins, now sold as White Trash Cooking II. He died of AIDS in 1988, aged 48.
- Edge, John T. (Winter 2006). "LET US NOW PRAISE FABULOUS COOKS: From the Florida swamps, a cookbook that turned a slur into a badge of honor.". Oxford American. Archived from the original on 2006-09-09. Retrieved 2006-10-04.
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