scuppernong


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amber-green muscadine grape of southeastern United States

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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.
com has almost a dozen varieties to choose from, as well as some of the related scuppernong grapes.
Dog-days: the dusty leaves where rain delayed Hung low on poison-oak and scuppernong, .
It all starts in September, in a vineyard where the heavily laden vines bear round, plump, greenish-bronze scuppernong grapes ready for picking.
Say soon cinnamon and cider, soon scuppernong and gourd.
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.
Since it is not my career, I am able to wear it more lightly than I would have otherwise," she says of her success, and this lightness is evident in her features and the delight with which she relishes a simple scuppernong as if it were fine champagne.
Walker's hybrid GRN-1 rootstock has high disease resistance since it's half Vitis rotundifolia, the southern Muscadine family like Scuppernong, which has very high resistance to fanleaf virus as well as phylloxera.
Winemaking in this southern state dates all the way back to the Jamestown settlement, where the earliest European settlers made themselves small batches from the indigenous wild grape, Scuppernong.
Likewise, if you know where natural fruits such as wild scuppernong or muscadine grapes are growing, or, even better, persimmon or old apple and pear trees from a former orchard, set up on those once the fruits begin to ripen.
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).
Winemaking in this Southern state dates back to the Jamestown settlement, where the earliest European settlers made themselves small batches from the indigenous wild grape, Scuppernong.
The air smelled of struck matches, scuppernong, a copperhead's musk.