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Lisa Bynum - Food Blogger

Lisa Bynum -Food BloggerLisa L. Bynum is a thirty-something-year old “bride” living in the Jackson, Mississippi metro area. By day she is a working wife and mother.  By night, she masquerades as a cook, writer, amateur photographer, and food blogger.

In 2006, Lisa officially became a bride when she married her college sweetheart. Three years later in 2009, she launched her blog, The Cooking Bride, as a way to combine her two biggest passions: writing and cooking.  Growing up in Mississippi, she quickly learned that the Southern culture revolves around two things: food and family. She draws inspiration for her recipes from the delicious traditions so prevalent in the South. She also recognizes the need for recipes that are quick and easy to prepare on a busy weeknight.  

Developing content for a food blog for the last several years has motivated her to try recipes far from her comfort zone, so every once in a while she’ll throw in a wild card.  

A delicious meal has the power to evoke strong memories and tell a good story, so whenever she can, Lisa includes little anecdotes about life and family as they relate to food. Since launching her blog, she has become a contributing writer for and has had her recipes featured in several area publications. 




The Cooking Bride





Lisa's Recipes on AllFreeCasseroleRecipes:

Broccoli Artichoke Dip

The Cheesiest Corn Casserole

Cheesy Roasted Potato Bake

Mashed Cauliflower and Cheese Gratin

Slow Cooked Tamale Pie

Twice Baked Rutabaga


Featured in these eCookbooks from AllFreeCasseroleRecipes:

14 Slow Cooker Casseroles



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