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  Volume 15, Number 4, Winter 2009

Table of Contents

Front Porch

pp. 1-2
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The Edible South

pp. 3-27
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“Peace and a Smile to the Lips”: Favorite Southern Food Dishes

pp. 28-35
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Drum Head Stew: The Power and Poetry of Terroir

pp. 36-49
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Wormsloe’s Belly: The History of a Southern Plantation through Food

pp. 50-66
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Chance Meetings and Back Roads: Making Connections through Food

pp. 67-77
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Canning Tomatoes, Growing “Better and More Perfect Women”: The Girls’ Tomato Club Movement

pp. 78-92
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“Eat It to Save It”: April McGreger in Conversation with Tradition

pp. 93-102
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Reading the Lupton African American Cookbook Collection

pp. 103-105
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Food for Thought: Race, Region, Identity, and Foodways in the American South

pp. 106-128
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Gravy

p. 129
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Thanksgiving Ghosts: The Family Cookbook

pp. 130-132
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Red Gravy

pp. 133-136
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Contributors

About the Contributors

p. 137
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The Edible South's Special DVD

Put It on the Skillet: Liner Notes

p. 138
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Research Areas

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