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The Sumac Gatherers By John Esten Cooke
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Novella by John Esten Cooke about sumac gatherers living in the western Virginia mountains in the late 19th century. First published in 1881.
The Enchanted Forrest Volume 3: Summer ~ Softcover Edition By Sue Ivy
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Feel the heat with this collection of hot summer images, warm quotes and sizzling kaleidoscopic art. Evokes thoughts of sunny beaches; blue skies; arid deserts and fragrant, tropical flowers.
The Enchanted Forrest Volume 3: Summer ~ Hardcover Edition By Sue Ivy
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Feel the heat with this collection of hot summer images, warm quotes and sizzling kaleidoscopic art. Evokes thoughts of sunny beaches; blue skies; arid deserts and fragrant, tropical flowers.
Ancient Foods & Recipes of the Ages: Native Americans By R. D. Dalen
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The wealth of the Americas in 1492 was not in gold and silver, as Europeans thought, but in the variety of foods that grew in the soils of the new world. Potatoes, avocados, tomatoes, and peanuts... More > are all familiar American foods today. Corn, beans, asquash, pumpkins, and potatoes and a variety of fruits are also important. Throughout the Americas, native people consumed an amazing variety of wild and domesticated plants. From upstate New York through the Ohio River valley, people gathered wild foods—fruits (grapes, plums, thorn apples, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, elderberries, sumac berries and nuts (acorns, butternuts, hickory nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, and beechnuts). The Iroquois ceremonial cycle included a strawberry festival that celebrated the small, new wild strawberries that were a particular delicacy and a harbinger of spring. Their juice is still drunk at ceremonies in contemporary Iroquois communities. Enjoy a variety of Native American recipes are included in chapter 5!< Less
Harold Bell Wright Series: The Re-Creation of Brian Kent By Harold Bell Wright
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It happened during my first roaming visit to the Ozarks, when I had wandered by chance, one day, into the Elbow Rock neighborhood. Twenty years it was, at least, before the time of this story. She... More > was standing in the door of her little schoolhouse, the ruins of which you may still see, halfway up the long hill from the log house by the river, where the most of this story was lived. It was that season of the year when the gold and brown of our Ozark Hills is overlaid with a filmy veil of delicate blue haze and the world is hushed with the solemn sweetness of the passing of the summer. And as the old gentlewoman stood there in the open door of that rustic temple of learning, with the deep-shadowed, wooded hillside in the background, and, in front, the rude clearing with its crooked rail fence along which the scarlet sumac flamed, I thought,—as I still think, after all these years,—that I had never before seen such a woman.< Less
United Tastes of the American Table By Allyson Elizabeth D'Angelo
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The United Tastes of The American Table bring together the home cook and the flavors of the United States. For instance, change up an old favorite like Shepherds Pie, with fancy spuds and fresh... More > herbs. Yum! What about giving lemony, irresistable Chicken Sumac from the Middle East a try, baked right on top of your own onion bread - or make a fresh, simple Italian-inspired pasta sauce that's ready in 30 minutes using only the best ingredients. If you're looking for something to brighten and excite your table, then look no further! All of my original recipes are inspired from the flavors of other cultures and they are down-to-earth home cooking at it's best! There are 47 easy, mouthwatering recipes that are geared towards the home cook, using fresh ingredients, herbs and cooked from scratch the easy way!< Less