A STORY OF THE BURIED LIFE pt2 LbNA # 20633
|Placed Date||Feb 28 2006|
|Last Found||Jan 6 2007|
|Last Edited||Nov 27 2015|
Hungry Like the Wolfe
"In the morning they rose in a house pungent with breakfast cookery, and they sat at a smoking table loaded with brains and eggs, ham, hot biscuit, fried apples seething in their gummed syrups, honey, golden butter, fried steak, scalding coffee. Or there were stacked batter-cakes, rum-colored molasses, fragrant brownn sausages, a bowl of wet cherries, plums, fat juicy bacon, jam. At the mid-day meal, they ate heavily: a huge hot roast of beef, fat buttered lima-beans, tender corn smoking on the cob, thick red slabs of sliced tomatoes, rough savory spinach, hot yellow corn bread, flaky biscuits, a deep-dish peach and apple cobbler spiced with cinnamon, tender cabbage, deep glass dishes piled with preserved fruits-cherries, pears, peaches. At night they might eat fried steak, hot squares of grits fried in egg and buterr, pork-chops, fish, young fried chicken."