We've learned how to make cheese, forage for wild edibles, churn butter, and countless other old-time culinary pursuits, thanks to this invaluable series, first begun in 1966. The books represent 38 years of writing and photography by high school students in Georgia's Rabun County, who interviewed elders throughout Appalachia and documented their "affairs of plain living." The result is a treasure trove of DIY foodways.
"The KitchenAid sprializer attachment lets you sprialize, slice, core and peel fruits and veggies so you can put a fresh and healthy spin on any recipe. Here's how: - Effortlessly peel and core apples for homemade pies or a healthy snack. - Sprialize zucchini or summer squash to replace traditional noodles in any recipe. - Achieve perfect slices of fresh fruits and veggies that are fantastic for recipes or for upping food presentation. "