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WoodenKnife Indian Fry Bread Mix

On a trip to the Badlands of South Dakota we stopped at Cedar Pass Lodge in the Badlands National Park where we had yummy Indian Fry Bread.  It was so good that I purchased a box of WoodenKnife Indian Fry Bread Mix to try and make it at home. The mix had a long shelf […]

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Trail Bologna and Cheese

When I was younger, my family would often travel a couple of hours to spend the day and shop in Ohio’s Amish Country. For lunch, we usually ate trail bologna and cheese on crackers that we would purchase from a local grocery store. Eventually, trail bologna became available in sandwich size slices instead of just […]

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Wild Mayhaw Jelly

On my last trip to the orchard, I picked up a small jar of a jelly I had never heard of before, Wild Mayhaw. It is a pretty red jelly. After some research, I found Wild Mayhaw to be a deep southern item. It is related to or a type of Hawthorne (hence the name). […]

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West Virginia’s Pepperoni Rolls

Most of my life, I had no idea that pepperoni rolls were just a West Virginia item. I assumed they were everywhere. Why would they be? They are delicious! In case you are not familiar with them, they are pepperoni (and often cheese) baked inside of a soft yeast bread dough. They do not require […]

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Pink Pearls

How cool are these apples? No, there has not been any alterations to the picture. They really are pink inside. I saw them at a local grocery store that emphasizes natural and organic products. I just had to buy some after getting to taste them in the store, and my family really liked them. However, […]

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Hippos Are Edible

I almost did not share this discovery. Edible hippos are hard to find in the United States. I was not sure I wanted to compromise an already endangered supply. Yes, I know that the hippos found in the zoo and the jungle are not edible (to the best of my knowledge), the hippos found in […]

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Muscadines are in Season

Muscadine grapes are just coming in season. If you live outside of the Southeast United States, you may never have had a fresh muscadine. Although they apparently grow in the wild throughout a wider area, they are only grown commercially in the southeastern United States.They thrive in the heat and humidity of the summers and […]

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