Appalachian Home items, clockwise from top left: casserole dish from  Turning Wheel Pottery, horse head spoon from Sheltowee Trace and  stoppers from Bittersweet Woodworking; cooling racks and wooden accessories from  Bittersweet and Rainbow Harvest Farm jellies; Robinson's country ham; Rick Sutton's honey; Ms. Parker's cheese spreads and Sunflower Sundries soap; jam from Rainbow Harvest; Sutton's honey cremes; Sunflower Sundries  mustard; rolling pins and spoon from Turning Wheel in crock from In the Stix.
Appalachian Home items, clockwise from top left: casserole dish from Turning Wheel Pottery, horse head spoon from Sheltowee Trace and stoppers from Bittersweet Woodworking; cooling racks and wooden accessories from Bittersweet and Rainbow Harvest Farm jellies; Robinson's country ham; Rick Sutton's honey; Ms. Parker's cheese spreads and Sunflower Sundries soap; jam from Rainbow Harvest; Sutton's honey cremes; Sunflower Sundries mustard; rolling pins and spoon from Turning Wheel in crock from In the Stix.
Appalachian Home items, clockwise from top left: casserole dish from Turning Wheel Pottery, horse head spoon from Sheltowee Trace and stoppers from Bittersweet Woodworking; cooling racks and wooden accessories from Bittersweet and Rainbow Harvest Farm jellies; Robinson's country ham; Rick Sutton's honey; Ms. Parker's cheese spreads and Sunflower Sundries soap; jam from Rainbow Harvest; Sutton's honey cremes; Sunflower Sundries mustard; rolling pins and spoon from Turning Wheel in crock from In the Stix.

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