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Embracing the farmer’s slop pail

July 17, 2014
Sharon M. Kennedy , Mining Journal

For those of us who lived on a farm during the 1950s, the slop pail was an essential kitchen fixture. Most farmers kept a few pigs and anything not consumed by the family at mealtime was thrown in the pail. Table scraps, potato and carrot peelings, onion skins, celery strings, and any other eatable the dogs didn't want found a temporary resting place in the pail.

 
 
 

 

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