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@bob what did you have for lunch? Please, lots of details. I have plenty of time.
@Asherael Nope, no carrots in it, but I think I know the stuff you are talking about. Pretty sure that's an Amish carrot salad you had. Not sure of its proper name.Picallily is a green tomato relish with peppers and onions. The tomatoes in the garden aren't good for much else besides this after the weather begins to turn cool.
@Camu Yes, there are plenty left for frying; piles of them really. I'm not a fan personally, but the rest of the tribe here is. They usually make a few batches every autumn.Maybe I'll make a batch of batter for myself with soymilk.
@basement_shaman No, just that you mentioned CS and I have a couple. Twistmaster also but carry Benchmade.
Snuff-Check; Straight razor, mug and brush-Check; Cast iron skillet and dutch oven-Check; cooking from scratch and home canning-Check; topo map and army compass-Check; hand bound books-Check (when I can afford them); fountain pen and hand written letters-Check; Fedora, flat cap and derby (as needed)-Check; 1928 BCP and 1611 KJV-Check. All I need now is a Tin Lizzie and a candlestick 'phone. Modernity is for the inexperienced.
I personally don't see snuff taking as an anachronism. I don't think it was as popular as we all would like to think. I believe its day has yet to come.