Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery

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More than simply a cookbook, The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery combines unpretentious, delectable recipes with the wit and wisdom of those who have prepared and eaten such foods for generations. Drawn from the wealth of material gathered by Foxfire students, this engaging volume evokes the foodways of a southern Appalachian community. Illustrated with photographs of the kitchens, people, and foods of Appalachia, this captivating collection contains more than 500 recipes. A sampling of favorites includes rhubarb ...

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snooks

Oct 5, 2007

People and recipes

Loved the book. Love the people and their fierce independence. Have yet to make any of the recipes, but the one for Watermelon Pickles is tempting for next year's state fair.
Recipes include some wild fish and game, all sorts of pork, stuffings, gravies and many plain cakes,cobblers, gingerbread, doughnuts plus many more desserts.
This wonderful book also includes descriptions and pictures of old stoves and the people who still use them to "bake biscuits which never are as good when baked on any fancy new stove.
A joy of a book.

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