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Cherokee Cooklore: To Make My Bread
Cherokee Cooklore To Make My Bread
Author: Ulmer & Beck
These recipes are rich in folklore, retaining the quaint mystery with which the forbears of the present-day Cherokees endowed them. These men and women found the fulness of life in quiet woodlands, giving gratitude and adoration to the Great Spirit for sustenance. Recipes - Herbs - Wild Foods - History - The Feast. Cherokee, North Carolina.
ISBN: 92797
Pages: 71
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Publisher: Mary and Goingback Chiltoskey
Book Type: Paperback
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An unique book with wonderful full page sepia tinted photos of a Cherokee grandmother farming, cooking, doing her chores. Recipes are written just as they came, no list of ingredients, but sufficient directions step-by-step. Sampling of recipes: Hominy Soup; Sassafras Tea; Possum Grape Drink; Leather Breeches; Stewed Groundhog; Yellowjacket (yes, those wasps) Soup; Succotash.