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Southern Fried Carnival – January 19, 2007

Welcome to the January 19, 2007 edition of Southern Fried. this first issue was so much fun to put together. I noticed a lot of us like the same things about living here. Thank you so much for your submissions, and don’t forget we’re doing this again next week. You can send in any piece you want, but if all other inspiration fails you, I’ll take a recipe :)

evelester presents Why I like the south… posted at Confessions of an Everyday Housewife explaining all she finds great about life here.

Cass presents Embracing my rednekkidness posted at Cass’s Midlife Musings mixing humor and seriousness in a post designed to provoke thought.

Ann Crum presents Living in the South posted at Zoo Talk talking about food, weather and our people.

skeet presents Little things I miss posted at Skeet’s Stuff asking if you can pass one little test of southernness.

Suni & J presents Southern *jersey* Charm posted at Bucket O’ Bulletz going on all about some food, and of course, inviting us to drop on by.

David Parker presents More than y’all wanted to know about “y’all” posted at another history blog informing of all about spelling issues. (He’s right, y’all.)

Nellie Martin presents SOUTHERN FRIED posted at blending a manners lesson with a menu that will make the table groan from pleasure.

mrscrumley presents Coyote sighting in my Chattanooga neighborhood: but is that all? posted at Chattanooga Is Home teasing us with her subversive sightings.

Belle presents Southern Fried Carnival #1 posted at Devilish Southern Belle telling us that her very favorite thing is something most of mentioned.

CyberCelt presents Discover Your Inner Cowboy or Cowgirl posted at Texas RV Travel Blog welcoming yankees as well us home-grown folks..

And one late addition from the ex-Yankee Kat, who obviously runs on SST (Southern Standard Time, y’all) now. She’s posted Southern-Fried Carnival #1 at My Single Mom Life.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
Southern Fried using our carnival submission form.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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