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Butter And Love Recipes

We dedicate this book to the members and friends of Crossnore Presbyterian Church and in loving memory of Lena Dellinger, Althea Ledoux, and Anice Pemberton.

Our thanks to all those who generously contributed their favorite recipes.

Some are new and many are old ones, but they all reflect the love of good cooking. We hope you will enjoy the many outstanding recipes on the following pages.

Crossnore Presbyterian Church had its beginnings as a group of people who met in the home of Mr. Potter Brown.

Visiting ministers from the Home Mission Field often led the worship service, or when none was available, Dr. E. H. Sloop took over.

Later, a small chapel was built, about 1916, on land donated by Mr. Brown. This chapel still stands as a part of the house in which Mrs. Carrie P. Herndon once lived and is now owned by Dr. W. M. Sloop.

At the request of the Congregation, a Commission of Holston Presbytery came to formally organize the church on May 18, 1918.

There were 13 charter members, and Dr. E. H. Sloop was chosen as the first Elder and A. F. McKinney was the first Deacon.

In 1923 work was begun on the present church building on land donated by Dr. E. H. Sloop. All the stone was hauled to the site by team and wagon or ox cart from the Lin Ville River.

The architect for the building was Leonard White. and Uncle Will Franklin was in charge of the construction.

He and Labe Teem laid the rock, and some of the Franklin sons and other young men of the community worked with them.

The first worship service in the new church was on August 8, 1926.

Rev. C. M. Franklin was called The first pastor of the church in March 1919. Since that time 8 ministers have served the church as stated supplies or installed pastors.

Crossnore Presbyterian Church has been the first Church home for many of the children who attended Crossnore School.

They joined the church while here in school and later moved elsewhere. Nearly 600 of their names have appeared on the roll.


“God grant me the Serenity to Accept The things I cannot change The Courage to change the things I can And the Wisdom to know the difference.”


Come to Lord Jesus our guest to be And bless these gifts Bestowed by thee.


God bless not only food and drink, But what we do and what we think, And grant for all our work and play, That we may love thee more each day.

Come, Lord Jesus, be our guest. And let these gifts to us be blessed. May our souls by Thee be fed, Ever on the Living Bread.


“Oh the Lord’s been good to me And so I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need The sun, the rain, and the Appleseed,”


  • Pies Brush the bottom crust of fruit pies with egg white before adding fruit and the bottom will not be soggy.
  • Vegetables – If parsley is washed under hot water, it will retain its flavor longer and be easier to chop.
  • Seafood Soak canned shrimp in ice water for 1 hour before using it to improve flavor.
  • Fruits Dip lemons, oranges, and grapefruit in hot water before squeezing to increase the amount of juice.
  • When peeling any citrus fruit, drop it into boiling water. Remove from heat and allow to stand for 3 minutes.
  • Remove peel and the white membrane will come off with the rind making it prettier for salads and desserts.”
  • Miscellaneous – To prevent burning tops of pies and cakes or others, lay a piece. of foil lightly on top for the remainder of the cooking time.
  • To remove nut meats easily and whole, pour boiling water over nuts; let stand until cool. Crack and remove the nut.
AuthorCentral Methodist Church
Language English
No. of Pages188
PDF Size8.5 MB
CategoryCooking Recipe

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