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Southern Mountain Cooking

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A study of food traditions of the Appalachians and Ozarks, with numerous first-hand anecdotes. Published 2000. 28 recipes, 138 research notes. 11,445 words. Food history writer Patricia B. Mitchell explores traditional foodways of the mountains, from corn bread to foraged wild edibles. “Characteristically English [Drop] Dumplings,” “German Potato Salad,” “Irish Stew,” and “Scots Shortbread” indicate the historical connection of Southern mountain foods to European cuisines, specifically those of England, Germany, Ireland, and Scotland.

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Southern Mountain Cooking

$4.49

A study of food traditions of the Appalachians and Ozarks, with numerous first-hand anecdotes. Published 2000. 28 recipes, 138 research notes. 11,445 words. Food history writer Patricia B. Mitchell explores traditional foodways of the mountains, from corn bread to foraged wild edibles. “Characteristically English [Drop] Dumplings,” “German Potato Salad,” “Irish Stew,” and “Scots Shortbread” indicate the historical connection of Southern mountain foods to European cuisines, specifically those of England, Germany, Ireland, and Scotland.

Great Smokies

Welcome Center

Hours of Operation

(subject to change)

Open year round (closed December 25)


January - February

Open Daily 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

March - November

Open Daily 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
December

Open Daily 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

The Great Smokies Welcome Center is located on U.S. 321 in Townsend, TN, 2 miles from the west entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Visitors can get information about things to see and do in and around the national park and shop from a wide selection of books, gifts, and other Smokies merchandise. Daily, weekly, and annual parking tags for the national park are also available.

Physical Address

7929 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway Townsend TN 37882

Contact

865.436.7318 Ext 320