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📒Deep Run Roots ✍ Vivian Howard
✏Deep Run Roots Book Summary : Vivian Howard, star of PBS's A Chef's Life, celebrates the flavors of North Carolina's coastal plain in more than 200 recipes and stories. This new classic of American country cooking proves that the food of Deep Run, North Carolina -- Vivian's home -- is as rich as any culinary tradition in the world. Organized by ingredient with dishes suited to every skill level, from beginners to confident cooks, Deep Run Roots features time-honored simple preparations alongside extraordinary meals from her acclaimed restaurant Chef and the Farmer. Home cooks will find photographs for every single recipe. Ten years ago, Vivian opened Chef and the Farmer and put the nearby town of Kinston on the culinary map. But in a town paralyzed by recession, she couldn't hop on every new culinary trend. Instead, she focused on rural development: If you grew it, she'd buy it. Inundated by local sweet potatoes, blueberries, shrimp, pork, and beans, Vivian learned to cook the way generations of Southerners before her had, relying on resourcefulness, creativity, and the traditional ways of preserving food. Deep Run Roots is the result of years of effort to discover the riches of Eastern North Carolina. Like The Fannie Farmer Cookbook, The Art of Simple Food, and The Taste of Country Cooking before it, this is landmark work of American food writing. Recipes include: Family favorites like Blueberry BBQ Chicken Creamed Collard-Stuffed Potatoes Fried Yams with Five-Spice Maple Bacon Candy Chicken and Rice Country-Style Pork Ribs in Red Curry-Braised Watermelon Show-stopping desserts like Warm Banana Pudding, Peaches and Cream Cake, Spreadable Cheesecake, and Pecan-Chewy Pie. You'll also find 200 more quick breakfasts, weeknight dinners, holiday centerpieces, seasonal preserves, and traditional preparations for all kinds of cooks.
📒Deep Run Roots ✍ Vivian Howard
✏Deep Run Roots Book Summary : Vivian Howard, the star cocreator of PBS's A Chef's Life, celebrates the flavors of North Carolina's coastal plain in more than 200 recipes and stories. Vivian Howard's new classic of American country cooking proves that the food of Eastern North Carolina--her home--is as rich as any culinary tradition in the world. Vivian grew up in a farming community called Deep Run, and she left as soon as she could. She had big dreams that didn't seem to fit in a place with more pigs than people. But after she trained in some of New York's finest kitchens, her family made her an offer she couldn't refuse: the chance to build a restaurant of her own... back home in North Carolina. Ten years ago, her restaurant Chef and the Farmer put the nearby town of Kinston on the culinary map. But opening an ambitious eatery in a town paralyzed by recession wasn't easy. Instead of hopping on the latest food trends, Vivian focused on rural development: If you grew it, she'd buy it. Inundated by local sweet potatoes, blueberries, shrimp, pork, and beans, Vivian learned to cook the way generations of Southerners before her had, relying on resourcefulness, creativity, and preservation. As much a storybook as it is a cookbook, Deep Run Roots imparts the true tale of Southern food: rooted in family and tradition, yet calling out to the rest of the world. Organized by ingredient with dishes suited to every skill level, Deep Run Roots features time-honored simple preparations, extraordinary meals from Chef and the Farmer, and stories that bring to life the power of tradition and the pleasure of reinventing it. Here, home cooks will find photographs of every single recipe-alongside the powerful taste of being home. Like The Fannie Farmer Cookbook, The Art of Simple Food, and The Taste of Country Cooking before it, this is a landmark work of American food writing that gives richness and depth to a cuisine that has been overlooked for far too long. Recipes include: * Family favorites like Blueberry BBQ Chicken, Creamed Collard-Stuffed Potatoes, Fried Yams with Five-Spice Maple Bacon Candy, and Country-Style Pork Ribs in Red Curry-Braised Watermelon, * Crowd-pleasers like Butterbean Hummus, Tempura-Fried Okra with Ranch Ice Cream, Pimiento Cheese Grits with Salsa and Pork Rinds, Cool Cucumber Crab Dip, and Oyster Pie, * Show-stopping desserts like Warm Banana Pudding, Peaches and Cream Cake, Spreadable Cheesecake, and Pecan-Chewy Pie, * And more than 200 other dishes that will send you straight to your kitchen. --- Interior photographs by Rex Miller/ Jacket photographs by Stacey Van Berkel Photography
📒Our Roots Run Deep ✍ Linda Whitfield-Spinner, D.M.H., LCSW
✏Our Roots Run Deep Book Summary : As the old cliché goes, you can't know where you are going until you know where you have been; knowing ones roots helps you to realize where you fit in life. The retelling of family stories from one person to the next is as old as time. Young and old alike find that discovering one's roots is exciting and personally rewarding. As a family, we share a common bond and kinship. The information shared in this booklet was gathered through oral histories, written records, family Bibles, ancestry.com, state health records, family reunion booklets, and national census data. Sources through interviews with family members tell us that Warren Moore (1841) and his parents Dock Moore and Edy Moore, arrived in the United States as slaves sometime around the midnineteenth century. The family initially lived and worked on the Albritton plantation in Pitt County, North Carolina. Warren Moore married Harriet Langley (1844). Cobby Moore (1878), the main patriarchal focus for this project, was one of Warren and Harriet's eighteen children. The following pages contain “sketches” of the lives of Cobby Moore, his three wives, and each one of Cobby's eighteen children. These short vignettes describe the general characteristics of each family member and tell the story of a family's place in American society.
📒My Roots Run Deep ✍ Oliver C. Cary
✏My Roots Run Deep Book Summary : One is too many and a thousand is not enough. Anyone who is a drug user knows what this statement means. This book is written to help those who have either hit their bottom and realize there is no way but up and are sick and tired of being sick and tired, not to mention broke busted and disgusted with themselves, and also for the parents and loved ones of people who are caught in the muck and mire of the disease of addiction to understand that addiction is a sickness and that it is curable by understanding, love and patience. Remember, addiction does not happen all of a sudden, and it cannot be cured all of a sudden. Ultimately, the choice is yours as to whether you want to grab hold of the few words that I write and use them to your advantage or let them fly, like the wind never to be thought of anymore. I pray fervently for those who want the redeeming life that I have found in my higher power who returned me to sanity because of my submission to Him and His Grace. His name is Jesus, for it is only be His Grace that I was saved and am able to write this message for you, you, and you.
📒Proceedings ✍ Iowa State Horticultural Society
✏Proceedings Book Summary : Includes Transactions of affiliated societies.
📒Roots Run Deep In Virginia And Tennessee ✍ Gregory Linn Pride
✏Roots Run Deep in Virginia and Tennessee Book Summary : The earliest known ancestor of the Pride/Pryde family was George Pryde of East Lothian, Scotland. He was born in 1779 and married Elizabeth Pettierue. They became the parents of five children, one of whom was John Marshall Pryde (b.1811). He immigrated to America with his father in 1828 and they settled first in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. In 1834 he married Mary Ann Knowles and they eventually moved to Morristown, Tennessee. John and Mary Ann were the parents of fourteen children. Descendants live throughout the United States.
📒These Roots Run Deep ✍ Renee Preston
✏These Roots Run Deep Book Summary : Renee Preston has been writing poetry since she could form words on paper. As a young girl growing up in Oregon, she fell in love with the beauty of the countryside. She found song and poetry to be a natural expression of this love and a way of connecting to The Creator. She has always written in order to process the world around her and express the world within her. Renee Preston lives with her husband and two sons in California.
📒Our Roots Run Deep As Ironweed ✍ Shannon Elizabeth Bell
✏Our Roots Run Deep as Ironweed Book Summary : Motivated by a deeply rooted sense of place and community, Appalachian women have long fought against the damaging effects of industrialization. In this collection of interviews, sociologist Shannon Elizabeth Bell presents the voices of twelve Central Appalachian women, environmental justice activists fighting against mountaintop removal mining and its devastating effects on public health, regional ecology, and community well-being. Each woman narrates her own personal story of injustice and tells how that experience led her to activism. The interviews--many of them illustrated by the women's "photostories"--describe obstacles, losses, and tragedies. But they also tell of new communities and personal transformations catalyzed through activism. Bell supplements each narrative with careful notes that aid the reader while amplifying the power and flow of the activists' stories. Bell's analysis outlines the relationship between Appalachian women's activism and the gendered responsibilities they feel within their families and communities. Ultimately, Bell argues that these women draw upon a broader "protector identity" that both encompasses and extends the identity of motherhood that has often been associated with grassroots women's activism. As protectors, the women challenge dominant Appalachian gender expectations and guard not only their families but also their homeplaces, their communities, their heritage, and the endangered mountains that surround them. 30% of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to organizations fighting for environmental justice in Central Appalachia.
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📒Bulletin ✍ Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station
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