Shared by Olivia: 1. The game board is always changing so there will NEVER be a game like the last. 2. There isn't just one way to win, so no-one can use the same strategy over and over making them that unbeatable player. 3. This game is just pure awesomeness so I would definitely look into it more if I were you.
These 8 Old West Recipes Show How Endlessly Inventive The Settlers Were – Page 2 – Dusty Old Thing
In Appalachian English, “bonny-clabber” describes a milk-product typically described as curdled sour milk. Bonny-clabber was once commonly consumed in Appalachia, although it now appears to have passed out of fashion. But while the milk product and its name came to America with the Scotch-Irish settlers from Ulster, “bonny-clabber” does not come from Scottish English.
True succotash contains lima beans and corn. The rest seems to be up for grabs. Succotash is thought to be one of the first recipes the Algonquin Indians taught the settlers at Plymouth Rock. Succotash was also made by the Narragansett Indians, who called it misckquitash, which means “boiled corn”. It is notable that the two primary ingredients are two of the main agricultural crops of many Native American tribes.
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I want to share here this classic recipe which traveled to Texas with the settlers and it is served at Lubys Cafeterias in Texas. The buttermilk in this recipe makes it extra moist and delicious. Enjoy it.
Louisiana Caldo is a thick, nourishing soup that is traditional to the Isleños… settlers of St. Bernard Parish (outside of New Orleans proper) who came from the Canary Islands over 200 years ago. It’s not a gumbo, yet it is thick, hearty and nutritious.