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Get Your Howl On: The Story Behind the Howlin'™ Hound

Posted on in Southern Fried Cotton by Chris Bandy

Get Your Howl On: The Story Behind the Howlin'™ Hound
Get Your Howl On! The Story Behind the Howlin'™ Hound I've come to the conclusion that those who "howl" the most, have the most fun...and are just plain happier people. Now howlin', by my vocabulary, is that euphoric Yelp, Yell, WOOP! or HECK YEA! When something goes right in a really big way. S...
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Santa's Christmas Cookies

Posted on in Southern Fried Cotton by Brandon Wilson

Santa's Christmas Cookies
Southern Fried Recipes It’s that time of year again – Stockings are hung, Santa is on his way and calories don’t count! One of the best traditions of Christmas is leaving a plate full of warm cookies for Santa Claus when he comes on Christmas Eve. This tradition goes back to the Great Depression...
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Southern Red Velvet Cake

Posted on in Southern Fried Cotton by Brandon Wilson

Southern Red Velvet Cake
Southern Fried Recipes Although the origin of Red Velvet Cake is uncertain, the recipe supposedly dates to the 19th century, referring to a woman who was served the delicious cake during her stay at New York’s Waldorff Astoria hotel. An inquiring letter and $350 later, the woman had the recipe a...
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The Tie That Binds: The Story Behind the Shirt

Posted on in Southern Fried Cotton by Brandon Wilson

The Tie That Binds:  The Story Behind the Shirt
  Like any true southern gentleman, Lachlan had a bowtie for every occasion. This year’s Southern Fried Cotton shirt conveys Lachlan’s love of this dapper southern staple. The intricate detail on the bowtie also tells a story about Lachlan’s love of all things tractors. The hidden number 21 on ...
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Meet Lachlan Tannery

Posted on in Southern Fried Cotton by Brandon Wilson

Meet Lachlan Tannery
Lachlan McIntosh Tannery was a Seneca, SC, resident who was diagnosed with Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) in the summer of 2014. Like most two-year-old little boys, Lachlan was energetic, curious, and full of life. Some of Lachlan’s favorite things were watching Thomas the Train, playin...
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