I grew up north of the Mason-Dixon Line, in Lancaster County, PA, to be sure, but my current friends are from the South. And they have secrets to go along with their charming accents:
They . . .
1. Never, ever leave the house without makeup.
2. At pot-luck dinners, whisk away food-carrying bags the second you enter the house. (House must be picture-perfect for guests!)
3. Have a saying, “My hair color may be fake, but my diamonds are real.”
4. May have a passport showing California (?!?) as birthplace but still able to go places.
5. Have glittery, pink stun guns for self-defense.
6. Are familiar with the address of a classy target practice – for serious weapons.
7. Call mere acquaintances either “darling” or “sweetheart” especially if they can’t remember their names.
8. Adhere to the motto: Faith, family, apple pie and Chevrolet—well, maybe a Lexus.
9. Say “Yes, ma’am” or “No, ma’am” politely even when they’re mad.
10. Remember the Civil War a different way: God bless America!
Recipe for Peach Cobbler, approved by a Georgia “Peach” friend:
|Peach Cobbler||Prepare first: 3 cups sliced peaches and 1 cup sugar (Mix)1 stick butter½ cup sugar3/4 cup self-rising flour
¾ cup milk
|Put 1 stick of butter in a 1 ½ qt. dish and melt.Mix ½ cup sugar, ¾ cup self-rising flour and ¾ cup milk together and then pour over the melted butter.Do Not Stir!Pour fruit on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour|
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