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THE BEST CHEFS AMERICA RECIPES: FRIED APPLE or PEACH PIES

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Fried Cornbread - Southern Cornmeal Hoe Cakes

Southern Cornmeal Hoe Cakes

Deep South Dish: Southern Cornmeal Hoe Cakes

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Book of Daniel- my cheat sheet. thank you @Kelly Teske Goldsworthy Teske Goldsworthy McGaha for sharing this with me

Uma estátua Assustadora – 8ª Temporada

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Lela’s Fried Peach Pies

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Lela’s Fried Peach Pies

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Grandma’s Southern-Style Chicken n’ Dumplings - It's very simple, absolutely delicious, comforting and filling, and is very inexpensive to make! These are "noodle" style dumplings as opposed to the biscuit style. ❊

Photo Editing Made Of Win

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Aunt Jenny’s Fried Pies – Vintage Recipe Clipping | RecipeCurio.com

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Our Own History: Family Recipe Friday: Muscadine Pie #genealogy

Family Recipe Friday: Muscadine Pie

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Country Fried Chicken Steak with Sawmill Gravy

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Non hillbillies call these brown beans...or bean soup. Hillbillies just call them soup beans

SOUP BEANS or BROWN BEANS

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You can take the girl out of the mountains, but you can't take the mountain traditions out of the girl. Shuck beans aka leather britches... yum.

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Drying Shuck Beans; String green beans with sewing thread. Hang in a dry ventilated area. Let dry for 4 weeks or more until beans shrink and turn an autumn brown. Store in paper bag in a dry dark area. Preparation: Use only the amount of dried shuck beans you need (a little makes a lot) and soak, covered in water overnight. Drain beans, rinse, and put into large cooking pot cook with salt pork & cook until done.

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Grandma Is A Story Teller ~ The Art of Judith Mehr

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Now this is Appalachia: WV leather britches and potatoes, a recipe from the coalfields.

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shuck beans

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Vickie's Kitchen and Garden: How to Cook Shuck Beans (Dehydrated)

Vickie's Kitchen and Garden: How to Cook Shuck Beans (Dehydrated)

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Country Style Pinto Beans with Salt Bacon - Recipe and Tutorial

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Crockpot Shucky Beans done right. | Bull Rock Barn and Home

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Vickie's Kitchen and Garden: How to Cook Dehydrated Green Beans (Shuck Beans)

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Leather Britches aka shuck beans - This is a method of preserving food. Mountain folk also used burying, bleaching, drying, and distilling, as other means to perserve.

Apron Strings and Favorite Things: We Call'em Shuck Beans

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Pinto beans. Good recipe. Chipotle copycat I think !!!

Chipotle Pinto Beans

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Depression Cooking with Clara - SO cute - 94 year old woman teaches you her cheap and nutritious recipes from the Great Depression and tells you stories from those days. It's like Grandma is teaching you to cook!

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Grandmother's Old Fashioned Butter Roll - Allrecipes.com

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Grandma's Southern-Style Chicken n' Dumplings

Grandma’s Southern-Style Chicken n’ Dumplings

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65 Pieces of Survival Wisdom From the Great Depression - Survival Mom

Tidbits and tips from the Great Depression years.

65 Pieces of Survival Wisdom From the Great Depression - Survival Mom

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Peach Jacks – a Southern Tradition

Southern recipe for fried peach pies from Big Mill B Ok, so there's lard in the recipe. This is authentic Southern fare. And so delicious. Pace yourself. ;-)

Fried peach pie - southern recipe favorite

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