I am working on a book on the culltural/culinary history of foods on Maryland's Eastern Shore. I'm looking for stories, recipes, insights about how the shore's distinctive cuisine (high and low) evolved. I have books of old hand-written 'receipts', community cookbooks, have talked to hunters, watermen and farmers; eaten muskrat, turtle and wild persimmons and searched the fields for wild edible plants. But I've only scratched the surface. I would greatly appreciate any leads to people or sources of the history of the Shore's foodways. Many thanks.