There are many stigmas revolving around the Appalachian portions of our nation, however they are just that, stigmas. Here is a traditional Appalachian riddle:
In marble halls, white as milk
Lined with a skin as soft as silk
Within a fountain crystal-clear
A golden apple doth appear
No doors are to this stronghold
Yet, thieves break in and steal the gold.
The answer to this elaborate prose is surprising: an egg.