Another Day With The Appalachian Book Of The Dead, While Brining Pork Belly And Pouring Woodford Reserve Double Oaked With Johnny Cash And The Civil Wars. (Part Two)

6 thoughts on “Another Day With The Appalachian Book Of The Dead, While Brining Pork Belly And Pouring Woodford Reserve Double Oaked With Johnny Cash And The Civil Wars. (Part Two)”

  1. I’ve been living in Charleston for almost a year now and can attest to their love of “heritage foods”. I have to say though that I miss Texas Bar-b-que and that will be one of my first indulgences on making my back there this summer.

    That’s one of my favorite Johnny Cash tunes. “If I could start again, a million miles away, I would keep myself. I would find a way.” Those lyrics stick in my mind to what’s probably an unhealthy degree.

    My genealogy post is up, by the way.

    Take care,
    Jeff

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