From John Graves, legendary Texas author of Goodbye to a River :
In his Biscuits Across the Brazos, Jim Ainsworth has set down his recollections of a most pleasant adventure in a way that will preserve it for everyone who took part and their people present and future. That is no small accomplishment.
From Ernestine Sewell-Linck, in Review of Texas Books
Biscuits Across the Brazos is more than a memoir. It is adventure and falls within the popular genre of “road” books, in the tradition of Charles Kuralt, Jack Kerouac, and William Bertram. Biscuits is a feel-good book. Folklorists may glean much from its pages. Further, it speaks to family values and experience that leads a man to know himself. Entertaining—and more.