Cracklin Bread and Asfidity: Folk Recipes and Remedies

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University of Alabama Press, 1979 - Cooking - 215 pages
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Cracklin Bread and Asfidity, a collection of Alabama folk recipes and remedies, is the first of a number of volumes in which the full range of Alabama folklore will be surveyed. The scope, diversity, and strength of our folk traditions--legends, tales, narratives, songs, superstitions, games, rhymes, proverbs, riddles, songs--will, we think, come as a pleasant surprise to our readers.

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Jack Solomon, a professor of English at California State University, Northridge, teaches literature and critical theory and is often interviewed by the California media for analysis of current events and trends in the state.

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