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Native Seminole Indian Braves caught alligators in Florida and other southern states for meat and for the thick leather to trade.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
Smoked Pork Neck Bones add a lot of smokey ham flavor to the greens.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
The preferred drink of the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt.
Hibiscus tea can lower blood pressure and reduce fever. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
I come from a family of farmers. My Grandparent's used almost every part of the hog that they butchered including the head and ears.
This is the closest recipe that I could find that resembles my grandmother "Bigmamma's' old family favorite Hog Head Cheese or Souse.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
Except for the "Elevenses", Afternoon Tea is served between the hours of 3:00-6:00pm.
The later the hour determines the amount and type of foods served.
Establish and appreciate your own special tea time. Relax and refocus your attention from the cares of the world.
Think upon your blessings, things that are beautiful and pure. Recount the joys in your life.
Pour your cup of tea, sit back in your favorite chair, escape from the pressures of the day and enjoy your precious quiet time. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
Slow Roast or Crockpot overnight or roast in your Dutch Oven at the campsite!
Your choice. Either cook your wild boar leg in the oven at a low temperature for several hours.
Or brown it on all sides in a large cast iron skillet, place in a a slow cooker with a can each of Onion Soup, Mushroom Soup and water.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
Wojapi is a thick berry sauce. If your berries are ripe and tasty, there is no need to add additional sweeteners.
Traditionally, Wojapi is not made with cornstarch, flour or sugar. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
This is a very rich and hearty mushroom scallopped potatoes with a light garlic accent. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1