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Now in its tenth-anniversary edition, Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread, & Scuppernong Wine is more than a cookbook--it's an all-out celebration of the mouth-watering delights of Appalachian cuisine, which draws upon food traditions from Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, Germany, and the Cherokee Nation.
Before Prohibition in the 1920s, North Carolina was the nation's leading wine-producing state, with Muscadine and Scuppernong wines dominating its industry.
As I scribbled down the score I added 'For your information, a scuppernong is an Australian halfwit who keeps scuttling ships.
Dennis Kolb, Owner 311421: Prepared jellies, jams and preserves, gourmet wine jellies and unique pepper jellies; muscadine, blackberry, cherry, red raspberry, strawberry, grape and scuppernong.
Wash desperately wants to believe in white male fraternity across class lines, signaled for him by "whole afternoons in the scuppernong arbor, Sutpen in the hammock and Wash squatting against a post, a pail of cistern water between them, taking drink for drink from the same demijohn," and he never thinks that perhaps "Sutpen had nothing else to do, being a man who could not bear his own company" (538).
Club plans deliver peanut butter flavors ranging from traditional to sweet (molasses, chocolate, vanilla-cranberry, liquid ice cream topping) to savory (Thai chili/garlic, onion-parsley) and jellies featuring unique American fruits (Mayhaw, Scuppernong, Dewberry, Pricklypear) and flowers (dandelion, honeysuckle, and even kudzu blossoms.
Jones, however, is neither a tenant nor an employee of Sutpen and interaction between the two is limited to "the scuppernong arbor behind the kitchen where on Sunday afternoons he and Sutpen would drink from the demijohn and the bucket of spring water which Wash fetched from almost a mile away" (99), whereas on "the week days he [Jones] would see Sutpen (the fine figure of the man as he called it) on the black stallion, galloping about the plantation" (226).
Pontotoc is a land draped with vines of wild-growing grapes--they're called muscadines or scuppernongs.
and midnight, TRAV) Scuppernongs, stinky goat cheese and liver mush are among the unique local ingredients that must be used in the opening outdoor grilling challenge in Asheville, N.
SCUPPERNONGS AND MUSCADINES, WITH EMPHASIS ON VITIS ROTUNDIFOLIA AND VITIS AESTIVALIS: THEIR APPEAL TO EARLY EXPLORERS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE ECONOMY AND POLITICS OF EARLY VIRGINIA, J.
They offer Julius a sustainable living in the form of the scuppernongs, as we learn in "The Goophered Grapevine," and wild honey, as we learn later in "The Gray Wolf's Ha'nt," which squares with the importance of game and wild edibles to African Americans on antebellum plantations as well as after the war (Bense 326).
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