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#241716 05/22/06 08:54 PM
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My mom used to make that to go with pancakes!
Ohhhhhh, there goes another one down the drain. <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

There is nothing in the Southern Food Belt that is on the low carb menu, LOL!


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#241717 05/23/06 06:58 AM
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"There is nothing in the Southern Food Belt that is on the low carb menu, LOL! "

There's salad, unless you put chocolate sauce over it.


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Mine is my gramma's Sunday dinner. Chicken fried steak, gravy, mashed potatoes, fried okra and black-eyed peas, green beans and a plate of home grown tomatoes. Oh, and peach cobbler for dessert!


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I'm gaining weight just reading everyone's favorite meals.

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Just a little aside - here in The Netherlands, for breakfast kids eat buttered bread with chocolate sprinkles (like you sprinkle on cupcakes in America).

And, for lunch, buttered bread with a product that is a swirl of peanut butter and chocolate of the same consistency.

I'll stick with my lunch of buttered bread with peanut butter - is that southern enough. he he he

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Breakfast--Fried grits (cook the grits the usual way, pour them into a loaf pan, let 'em get cold, slice them and fry golden brown); bacon or sausage; johnny cakes (corn meal pancakes) topped with sorghum/black strap molasses and chicory coffee (the kind you can stand a spoon up in).

Tastes great, but you feel pretty darned loaded and heavy afterwards.

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Thanks for posting the recipe, Lynne! It triggered a memory of a childhood favorite of mine!
My grandmother would make the usual fried fruit pies like apple and peach. But she also had a chocolate filled fried pie.
She would mix (I think) sugar and cocoa and maybe a little butter in the "pocket" of the fried pie rather than fruit and once it was fried in oil it would become a thick chocolate filling! It was SO good!
Does anyone else remember those kind of fried pies? I was wondering because I've never known of anyone else that made them with a chocolate filling like that.

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My god listen to you all! I have a fruit smoothie for breakfast (just fruit and water) and I'm still a bit old lardarse.


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<img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> I ususally have a protein shake for breakfast and save the chocolate and biscuits (and the like) for special times or times when I'm really tired of being <img src="/images/graemlins/angel.gif" alt="" /> good!

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On the upside, research is now showing that a little chocolate may help your heart! Yay! Let's break out the chocolate sauce!

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