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Cooking with one pot on an open fire

The novel’s fictional widow Parthenia Leila Ellis presumably had more than one pot to cook with, but soldiers on both sides at Knoxville probably didn’t unless their unit’s cooks were rustling up grub for all. For those, particularly among the … Continue reading

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