Wondering what to do with those turkey leftovers?…recipes from the collection

Turkey Timbales - Gourmet...Eating

Turkey Timbales from Recipes for gourmet eating : a compilation of favorite tested recipes of housewives of Greenville and out of town friends.

Tokyo Turkey Toss - Company's Coming

Tokyo Turkey Toss from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians who enjoy company coming.

grapefruit and turkey salad - What's Left is Right

Grapefruit and Turkey Salad from What’s left is right : what to do with leftovers when you’re desperate.

Turkey Crunch Casserole - A Taste of the Old and the New

Turkey Crunch Casserole from A Taste of the old and the new.

Turkey Pie - Just Like Grandma Used to Make

Turkey Pie from Just like Grandma used to make.

Deviled Turkey - Capital City

Deviled Turkey from Capital city cook book : a collection of practical tested receipts.

Make Ahead Turkey Casserole - Company's Coming

Make ahead Turkey Casserole from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians who enjoy company coming.

Race, as seen by a white N.C. sharecropper in 1956

“In [a ‘Voices of the White South’ article in Life magazine in 1956] a 38-year-old white sharecropper in North Carolina summed up his support of segregation and his views on his black neighbors and fellow farmers this way:

“ ‘We’re working to own our farm. We want to hurry up and get someplace. But they just don’t work. They just don’t care. All they’re looking for is the end of the week when the landlord will shoot ‘em a little money. [T]hey take a bath once a month, and their fields don’t look like they’s hardly tending them.’ At the same time, according to LIFE, the sharecropper’s approval of segregation was ‘based as much, or more, on personal pride than notions of color. He would rather have a Negro living next door than he would a white “redneck” or “peckerwood.” In his view, “there’s nothing sorrier than a sorry white man.” ‘

“The white sharecropper’s wife, LIFE wrote, ‘also approves of segregation and will not let her 9-year-old daughter play with an 8-year-old Negro neighbor. This is the reason she gives: “If our landlord came down here and saw her playing with a colored boy, he wouldn’t respect us. Only poor class whites do that. We’re trying to keep our self-respect and keep the highest level socially we can. We’re willing to work with the Negroes, but that’s as far as we’ll go.” ‘”

— From “LIFE and Civil Rights” at life.time.com