Revealing the lives of ordinary Southern Appalachian people and the special places they call home, this book has much to offers a glimpse into the Appalachian lifestyle, hilarious stories of growing up, local genealogy, and good Southern comfort food.He also wrapped apples in newspaper and stored them in the basement. ... aquot; Mothera#39;s fried apple pies!aquot; He said that he might get his wife, Pauline who we call Polly, to make them once every two years. ... fried sweet potatoes, he said, aquot;You dona#39;t have those anymore; I guess theya#39;re kind of messy to fix, too; they kind of stick.
|Title||:||The Flavour of Home|
|Author||:||Earleen Rather O'Dell|
|Publisher||:||The Overmountain Press - 2000-01-01|