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Vintage Tablecloths

  • Violets
    I've always loved vintage tablecloths, industrial works of art.

Southern Dish

  • Woodrow Wilson
    "The South is the only place in the world where nothing has to be explained to me."
  • Social historian Carl N. Degler
    "The South--where roots, place, family, and tradition are the essence of identity."
  • P.J.O'Rourke
    "The South is America. The South is what we started out with in this bizarre, slightly troubling, basically wonderful country--fun, danger, friendliness, energy, enthusiasm, and brave, crazy, tough people."
  • Lillian Hellman
    "Even if they've moved away, most people who grew up in the South still consider themselves Southern."
  • Lee Smith
    "The biggest myth about Southern women is that we are frail types--fainting on our sofas...nobody where I grew up every acted like that. We were about as fragile as coal trucks."
  • John Egerton, from "Southern Food, at Home, on the Road, in History"
    "Within the South itself, no other form of cultural expression, not even music, is as distinctively characteristic of the region as the spreading of a feast of native food and drink before a gathering of kin and friends."
  • Guy Davenport
    "Southerners can claim kin with anybody. It's one of our most dextrous talents."
  • Grandmother Ernestine, to novelist Jewell Parker Rhodes
    "Down South everybody cherishes dreams. In dreams this world and the next mix like sugar and grits."
  • Fred Hobson
    "What has always been clear, for Southerner and non-Southerner alike, is that Dixie is the most fascinating part of the country. There may be a book out there called 'The Great Midwest' or 'A Turn in the Midwest' or 'The Mind of the Midwest' or 'The Midwestern Mystique', but if there is I'm certainly not aware of it."
  • Florence King
    "I've always said that next to Imperial China, the South is the best place in the world to be an old lady."

Angel Food Ministries

  • Welcome - Angel Food Ministries
    With a heart to help others and a generous spirit, Angel Food Ministries was founded in 1994 to provide food for friends and neighbors who were struggling financially. Today the Angel Food program now is helping provide food relief to more than 500,000 families each month. And it is not based on need. Anyone can purchase restaurant-quality food and pick it up at a local distribution site for as little as $30/month. Spread the word. No one should go hungry.