Southerners love Martha White. Why? If you are not old enough to have had a flour sack dress, then you have had plenty of friends and family tell you about it. I do remember flour coming with a wash cloth attached to the larger sacks. I was quite small, because all I could see was the bottom shelf if I recall. My friend Betty sent this picture. This one has a really nice pattern. I have seen photos of people in dresses that actually still have Martha White wrote across them. If you want to learn about recycling, go back in time. Everything was saved and reused. Anything could be made into clothing or a toy of some kind. Trust me, my daddy spent a lot of time creating toys out of things around our house. He worked 2nd shift, so he had us all day during the summers and much of that time he had our twin best friends. He was some sort of saint to try to entertain four girls. I remember spending an entire day "skating" on the carpet in the living room. He stuck two-sided tape to our socks. Children entertained. Back to Martha White. Of all the brands, this one is everywhere in my cooking. Another friend gave me an older Martha White cookbook. Betty reminded me of the connection of Martha White to the Grand Ole Opry. She is obsessed with Lester Flatt of Flatt and Scruggs. You may know them best as the people who created the theme song for "The Beverly Hillbillies." Anyway, take a few moments to express your love of Martha White today. I'm sure she will appreciate it. Maybe she will call me and tell me what to do with All Purpose Flour.