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Linguist Paul Reed describes the history of North Carolina’s Appalachian dialect, saying that it is a combination of American Indian languages and the languages of other immigrant groups blended together. Geography has also contributed to the conservation of the dialect over the years.
Sorgum syrup has been a tradition in the mountains of North Carolina for years. Now the syrup’s popularity is spreading throughout the state due to a number of chef’s using it in their dishes.