Chuck Reece

The Bitter Southerner

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“Each time a Southern cook hefts a skillet to the stovetop, he or she is not alone,” writes John T. Edge in A Gracious Plenty.

A Love Affair with the Cast Iron Skillet

“Each time a Southern cook hefts a skillet to the stovetop, he or she is not alone,” writes John T. Edge in A Gracious Plenty.

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