A tangy, decadent bar that makes use of a traditional wintertime fruit. You cannot make too many of these. They will keep for several days packed in a single layer in an airtight container.
Category: The Folk School Cookbook
These cookies were made for many years by various children of the Folk School staff for the Kids’ Christmas Party, an annual event going back to the beginning of the Folk School time. Held for local kids in the Community Room, it features music, dance, storytelling, crafts, and the arrival of Santa in the Brasstown Volunteer Fire Truck.
Pumpkin season means farmers’ markets and local growers have pumpkins galore in the mountains. They’re technically a squash and extremely healthful. But combine pumpkin with chocolate chips in this delicious cake and you’ve got a match made in heaven.Read More
A classic one-pot meal from the hills of Tuscany includes a beloved Appalachian ingredient—white beans. Try serving this with a hot pan of cornbread, the Appalachian cousin of polenta.Read More
We are thrilled to announce the release of our first comprehensive cookbook in over 25 years—The Folk School Cookbook: A Collection of Seasonal Favorites from John C. Campbell Folk School. Arranged by the seasons, the 336-page hardcover book features Southern Appalachian cooking as well as cuisine from other parts of the world—especially those that have helped…Read More
Embrace your creative potential, and join us for a life-changing Folk School experience. Our 2019-2020 Folk School Catalog is now available, and all classes are open for registration. Choose a class and come join us in Brasstown this year.
The Folk School Cookbook
We are so excited about The Folk School Cookbook. Nanette Davidson, cookbook author, meticulously collected, curated, and adapted over 200 delicious recipes. These include some of the most memorable recipes served family-style in the school’s Dining Hall and at seasonal celebrations over the decades. Bring the Folk School’s culinary traditions into your own kitchen and order your copy today!