Cat Head Biscuits And Garlic Fried Chicken Resale Rights Ebook

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Table Of Contents

9. A Little About Carolina Mountain Cooking
11. “The Truth About The Cherry Tree”
12. “All Work And No Play In The 1920’s”
Meats And Main Dishes:
13. Barbecued Chuck Roast
13. Mountain Fried Rabbit
14. Western North Carolina Style Barbecue Roast Chicken
14. Garlic Fried Chicken
15. Mom’s Pan Fried Fish
15. Blue Ridge Mountain Pot Roast
16. Southern Style Pork Roast
16. Pork Loin And Gravy
17. Old Timey Chicken “N’ Dumplings
17. Church Social Meatloaf
18. Aunt Beth’s Meatloaf
18. Aunt Abby’s Chicken Patties
19. Country Baked Chicken
19. Country Fried Steak
20. Company Pork Chops
20. Beef Barbecue Cups
21. Tomato Soup Meatloaf
21. Mother’s Beef Stew
22. Cabbage Rolls
23. Layered Hamburger Pie
23. Crockpot Apple Glazed Pork Roast
24. Crockpot Au Gratin Potatoes and Ham
24. Creamy Chicken And Biscuits
25. Country Meatballs
25. Catfish With Bacon And Horseradish Sauce
Recipe Index – Continued
26. Creamy Skillet Chicken
26. Barbecued Spareribs
27. Chicken Fried Steak And Gravy
28. My Favorite Beef Stew
28. Pineapple Baked Ham
29. Salisbury Steak
29. Bacon Potato Pie
30. Ham Loaf
30. Cornbread Pie
31. Baked Trout with Fresh Herbs
31. Salmon Cakes
32. Beef and Cabbage Soup
33. “Childhood Fun On The Riverbank”
Fruits And Vegetables:
34. Mama’s Young Peas And Potatoes In White Gravy
34. Shuck Beans or Leather Britches (Dried Green Beans)
35. “Kilt” Lettuce Salad
35. Fried Green Onions
36. Squash Fritters
36. Country Fried Squash
36. Bean Salad
37. Homemade Baked Beans
37. Nine Day Slaw
38. Potato and Sausage Soup
38. Bean and Bacon Soup
39. Pinto Bean Soup
39. Quick Corn Chowder
40. Sour Cream And Chive Potato Soup
40. Fried Cabbage
41. Vinegar Coleslaw
41. Potato Dumplings
42. Scalloped Corn
42. Fried Apples
43. Spiced Rhubarb
43. Apple Pudding
44. Corn Pudding
44. Green Tomato Pie
Fruits And Vegetables – Continued
45. Nanny’s Scalloped Broccoli
45. Crockpot Baked Beans
46. Broccoli Soufflé
46. Squash Patties
47. Cabbage With Mustard-Horseradish Sauce
47. Baked Mashed Potatoes
48. Split Pea Soup With Dumplings
49. Golden Baked Potatoes
49. Mustard Greens
50. Okra Fritters
50. Potato Pancakes
50. Fried Grits
51. Fried Corn
51. Hobo Beans
52. Southern Style Collard Greens
52. Corn Fritters
53. Fried Green Pepper Rings
53. Black Eyed Pea Soup
54. Tomato Cakes
54. Wilted Dandelion Greens
55. Ramps
56. Ramps and Eggs
56. Potatoes and Ramps
57. “Just Where Do Eggs Come From?”
58. Sweet Potato Cakes
58. Johnny Cakes
59. Gritted Bread
59. Whipping Cream Biscuits
60. Spoonbread
60. Old-Time Dressing or Stuffing
61. Cat Head Biscuits (as big as a cat’s head)
63. Hushpuppies
63. Mountain Corn Bread
64. Rhubarb Pecan Bread
64. Southern Style Hush Puppies
Breads – Continued
65. Pearlie’s Potato Biscuits
65. Apple Roll
66. Orange Nut Bread
66. Zucchini Bread
67. Always Perfect Pan Rolls
67. Refrigerator Bran Muffins
68. Pumpkin Muffins
68. Banana Bread
69. Oatmeal Blueberry Muffins
70. Rhubarb Muffins
71. Molasses Oatmeal Bread
72. Sweet Potato And Apple Muffins
73. “Wooden Wheel Wagons And A Barn With No Nails”
“Jams” And Gravies:
74. Sausage Gravy
74. Chocolate Gravy
75. Old Fashioned Chicken Gravy
75. Old Fashioned Tomato Gravy
76. Mama’s Strawberry Jam
77. “No Water Was Too Cold To Have Fun”
78. Sour Cream Apple Pie
79. Buttermilk Pie
79. Chess Pie
80. Vinegar Pie
80. Berry Dumplings
81. Sweet Potato Pie
81. Bottom’s Up Peach Cobbler
82. Peach Dumplings
82. Black Walnut Cookies
83. Mom’s Cherry Pie
83. Mom’s Sugar Cookies
84. Black Mountain Buttermilk Pound Cake
84. Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes
Desserts – Continued
85. North Carolina Date Cake
85. Apple Topping For Ice Cream
86. Nanny’s Homemade Chocolate Cake
87. Micaville Pineapple Cake
87. Strawberries In The Snow
88. Creamy Pumpkin Pie
88. Easy Strawberry Cake
89. Homemade Banana Pudding
89. Homemade Vanilla Wafers
90. Peaches And Cream
90. Strawberry Pudding
91. Hummingbird Cake
92. Grandma’s Spice Cake
93. Banana Nut Oatmeal Cookies
93. Fresh Apple Cobbler
94. Coconut Cream Pie
95. Peanut Butter And Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
95. Orange Drop Cookies
96. Coconut Black Walnut Cake
97. Pumpkin Raisin Cake
98. Pumpkin Roll
99. Blueberry Cheesecake Pie
99. Date Balls
100. Fudge & Caramel Lover’s Cake
101. Caramel Apple Oat Bars
101. French Vanilla Cake
102. Blueberry Pound Cake
103. Applesauce Cake
103. Chocolate Cornmeal Cookies
104. Cranberry Cheese Cake Bars
104. Molasses Pie
105. Applesauce Fruit Cake
105. Baked Rice Pudding
106. Caramel Custard Pie
106. Mashed Potato Fudge
107. Huckleberry Coffeecake
107. Blackberry Pie
108. Peach Upside Down Cake
Desserts – Continued
109. Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
109. Brown Sugar Pie
110. Upside Down Apple Pecan Pie
110. Kentucky Derby Pie
111. Chocolate Bread Pudding
112. Apple-Raspberry Crisp
112. Blueberry Buckle
113. Apple Turnovers
114. Fried Apple Pies
115. “Life Before Toys-R-Us”
116. Dump Dish Dinner
116. Burnsville Beef And Macaroni Skillet
117. Rice And Sausage Casserole
117. Crescent Roll Casserole
118. Onion Casserole
119. Ground Beef And Corn Casserole
119. Chicken And Dressing Casserole
120. Three Bean Casserole
120. Mixed Vegetable Casserole
121. “The Short End Of The Stick”
122. My Favorite Recipes
123. “To Ski Or Not To Ski”
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A Little About Carolina Mountain Cooking

The mountain tradition of cooking is that food should be unpretentious, solid, and filling.

Traditionally pork or chicken was the main source of meat, but beef, fish, and a wide variety of wild game were also enjoyed. Some form of homemade bread was served at nearly every meal. The two main types of breads were corn breads and biscuits. There are almost more ways to eat a “Cat Head” biscuit than you can imagine. Most everyone grew their own gardens and during the summer, large gardens would produce an abundance of fresh vegetables. Favorites vegetables tended to be green beans, cabbage, turnips, beets, garden greens, tomatoes, onions, carrots and potatoes. Not only did these large gardens product fresh vegetables for the summer but also for canning and preserving for the coming winter months. Winter in the North Carolina mountains were extremely harsh at times and a stockpile of preserved meats and vegetables were a necessity for survival.

Often winter storms would keep people “snowed in” for days, weeks, or at times, even months with no way to get supplies from the few stores that did exist. Mountain people were, and still are, mostly self-sufficient. They quickly became highly respected and sought out for their survival skills.

Herbs and spices were not readily available. The main seasonings were salt and black pepper with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a few others mostly reserved for baking. Small quantities of meats such as “fat back” and bacon were often used to season vegetables.

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- 1 Ebook (PDF), 125 Pages
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- Year Released/Circulated: 2008
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