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#241706 05/19/06 05:54 AM
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Forgot to add that you can substitue the butter for fat. Oh I did that already...forget this.


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#241707 05/20/06 10:04 PM
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[color:"green"]Skillet fried corn bread, beans and ham with chopped onions, and sliced tomatoes. [/color]

#241708 05/21/06 05:42 AM
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With a bit of sawmill gravy that'd be dandy.


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#241709 05/21/06 06:08 PM
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My husband's favorite meal is chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, cream gravy, green bean casserole and big ol' buttermilk biscuits.

Mine is pork roast, slow roasted with pan drippin' gravy, baby peas, white rice and skillet cornbread.

I'm the "home cookin'" expert in my family... My hubby's a retired chef, but if you ask him if he cooks he'll tell you "Hell no, my wife's cookin' rocks!" *grins*


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#241710 05/21/06 08:06 PM
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Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, black eyed peas, mustard and turnip greens mixed (not quite as bitter), sweet tea, buttermilk cornbread, and banana pudding or cobbler (blackberry,peach,plum or muscadine)!

Y'all are making me really hungry!

#241711 05/21/06 08:07 PM
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OK, has anyone heard of this Southern breakfast?
This is famous in my ex-mother-in-law's family. They are from Tennessee. I first had this when I met my exhusband when I was 16. I have to say that I love it too.

Chocolate sauce and biscuits.
The chocolate sauce is not real sweet. It is made with cooking coco.
The biscuits are Hungry Jack and you have to top them with real butter and then pour the chocolate sauce over them.

These are served with a serving of bacon.

Terribly fattening and unhealthy but soooooo good. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

#241712 05/22/06 07:53 AM
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I had something similar in New Mexico at a B&B run by texans. They put jam and goo all over my fried egg and bacon, totally disgusting, and the knives and forks were in little gun holsters. I told them I'd had enough of this and said no more.


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#241713 05/22/06 09:12 AM
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How is the chocolate sauce made? I've never heard of using cocoa for "gravy". Just wondering.

#241714 05/22/06 02:13 PM
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Stick the chocolate in with a bit of fat in a pan and heat it up. God, EVERYONE knows that! Or cocoa and a bit of water, and a bit of fat...oh I can't remember now*

*forget this


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1/4 cup water
1/4 cup sugar
6T cocoa
2T oil
Blend over heat
Sift in 3 rounded teaspoons of flour or cornstarch
Add a little milk and cook until it thickens

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