In the sedate Mississippi Delta hamlet of Greenwood, population 14 thousand, the Crystal Grill has served ever-growing menu selections of made-from-scratch family recipes since 1933. Owner Johnny Ballas has been working there for as long as he can remember. Long-time friend Mike Rozier remembers back in the good old days, when he was 8 years old, that every duck hunter in Leflore County gathered there for home-made pancakes and sausage. How has the Mississippi Delta and duck hunting changed since then? Who was One Arm Jenkins and other colorful characters they remember? What are the “Scatters,” and what happened when Leflore County Hunting and Fishing Club dues went from $12 to $20? What have been favored menu items for nearly a century? Anywhere in the world, a proper taste of local culture is acquired by simply finding a table at the right restaurant. Because whether you’re talking the best veal cutlet on earth or duck hunting, it’s really all about people.