From Blue Collar...
I recently learned that October is Country Ham Month. As might be expected, this immediately brought to my mind Jeff Foxworthy and his merry crew. If you haven't heard it yet, check out The Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road, or if it's been awhile, listen to it a second time
If you're familiar with Blue Collar Comedy, you'll no doubt have heard of Larry the Cable Guy. If the previous title isn't enough Larry for you, try Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector.
Those of us who are NPR nerds have a fondness for Baxter Black. Here's a collection of his essays: Horseshoes, Cowsocks & Duckfeet: More Commentary by NPR’s Cowboy Poet & Former Large Animal Veterinarian.
And don't forget the Oklahoma
Of course, you can always try an eBook of the original country ham, Will Rogers, in A Will Rogers Treasury: Reflections and Observations.
There's plenty of ham to keep body and soul together.
Joe Toschik is a Public Services Librarian in Half Moon Bay who can still remember episodes of Hee Haw (not with pleasure, necessarily).