Monthly Archive: September 2011

Sep 30

Family Recipe Friday: No. Ga. JAY Food, Part 3

The following come of Joe Bailey’s manuscript, North Georgia JAY Food? It’s Growing, Harvesting, Preparation and Other Interesting Stuff with his permission. Another good dish I can remember is FRIED SQUIRREL OR RABBIT. I used to contribute to this meal when I visited “Mamma and Uncle Charlie” in the 1950’s and 1960’s. I would go hunting in …

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Sep 23

Family Recipe Friday: No. Ga. JAY Food, Part 2

The following come of Joe Bailey’s manuscript, North Georgia JAY Food? It’s Growing, Harvesting, Preparation and Other Interesting Stuff with his permission. The first food that comes to my mind is “Mamma’s” FRIED POTATOES AND ONIONS. I have had this dish many times, cooked in a black iron skillet on a wood stove, in Dawson County, GA …

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Sep 22

North Georgia Jay Food

"Mamma"

Recently, I had the opportunity to read a couple of excerpts from a manuscript written by Joe Bailey in which he relates memories of growing, harvesting, and food preparation of the Jay Family. The title: North Georgia JAY Food? It’s Growing, Harvesting, Preparation and Other Interesting Stuff. We are fortunate that Mr. Bailey provided me …

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Sep 21

Wordless Wednesday: Amicalola Falls

Amicalola Falls

Sep 14

Wordless Wednesday: Apple Country

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Sep 07

Wordless Wednesday: Identification Desired

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