Gift for daughter who collects cookbooks and loves anything Appalachian. She was reared in the mountains.Published 1 month ago by oldbroad
Not for everyone. But inline with how the foxfire books and old church style cookbooks are written. Probably more entertaining than useful, unless you need a recipe for groundhog!Published 2 months ago by J. Wright
This book is about as good as it gets. I grew up in a small town in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and at least three quarters of the recipes and stories reminded me of... Read more
There are many great recipes included in this unusual cookbook. We have become so blessed not to have to to butcher our own meat or to have to can so much produce to feed our... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Keith
Lots of interesting recipes & stories.
Love these books.
The whole Foxfire series is so worthwhile.
Great reminders of the past.
I chose this rating because I was well satisfied with the condition the book is in & the price of the book. I will be ordering other books in the near future.Published 5 months ago by Virginia Jones
Great reference, full of my Mothers wisdom, the things she did not write down, but most did not, it was just taught.Published 6 months ago by Elizabeth Carmo
Nice supplement to my husband's collection of the FOXFIRE books. Interesting recipes with basic ingredients. Found recipe similar to my Mom's famous Macaroni and Cheese! Read morePublished 6 months ago by P. A. Mason