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Homegrown in the Ozarks: Mountain Meals and Memories

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Growing up, Rolland Love roamed the Ozark Mountains, floated its rivers, and provided food for the family. "We grew vegetables, hunted game, and enjoyed the rivers' bounty," he says. "We were self-sufficient. And there was no need to travel, we already lived in paradise."

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Fried sweet corn and peppers
Grandma's chicken 'n' dumplin's
Jefferson Davis pie
Hucklebe
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Paperback, 259 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Goldminds Publishing
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Wendy Klik
Aug 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
I won this book from Foodies Read 2016. If you like foodie books you might want to check it out at
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While I was reading this cookbook I felt like I was sitting around a campfire or fireplace listening to a favorite uncle tell stories about his childhood. I also liked that the recipes were local for his area with homegrown, foraged and hunted ingredients, many of which are available right here in my homestate of Michigan.

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Tammy
Jan 08, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Good, basic homemade recipes that remind me of when I was little and dinners at my grandma's house and my great aunts' homes. Also meals with my Aunt Ruth and Uncle Jack who hunted all the time and I was never sure what critter the meat really came from. I decided early on it was better not to ask.

Also fun Ozark mountain trivia and folklore scattered throughout the book too. And don't skip the recipe for skunk. Seriously.
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