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Tuesday, 16 August 2005

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milgwimper

Jo,

Black pepper points only if it makes you pant with heat, and your lips burn, and your eyes water! LOL ;P

Jo

Brunswick stew is regionally limited and it ain't in my region. This is a good thing cause I ain't to crazy about it myself. I wouldn't feed your dogs chitlin's! TRULY nasty stuff! My mother would crumble them into cornbread and not say anything. Talk about making faces at the dinner table! That's probably why I did all the family cooking by the time I was 6 or 7 years old! You've got it bout the cabbage though I have never had it with sausage. Sounds good! The most basic puts bacon grease in a skillet, chopped cabbage, salt & pepper to taste, water to steam. (don't let it go dry!) An additional variation is to finely shred the cabbage, cook it down on high heat (about 3 to 5 minutes) turn the heat off and stir in some sour cream, serve immediately. I love this especially with sausages such has the Sheboygan brats and mashed or fried potatoes.

Mills, I get it hot enough to make my tongue prickle and my eyes to water a little bit... ::smiles hopefully::

Kirk

Hi Mills - Looks like I'm getting "over-ruled" on this one! :o)

Hi Jo - The Chitlin's was a joke from some of thhe guys I worked with in Atlanta - it was horrid! We'll see what the others think about your "chili head" qualifications.

milgwimper

Jo,

Well I am not the pepper nazi, and I do know black pepper can get spicy. :D So, yes you get some points, but we're still waiting for your to eat some scorchin chilies. ;P :> *wink*

Jo

Chitlins... a joke? hmmm... a REALLY bad joke maybe.

I think you are all chili nazis! But I'm not really complaining to loud am I? ;o)

Kirk

Hi Milly - Yes, keep working on her.....she'll be popping jalapeno's in no time!

Hi Jo - They thought it was funny!

Jo

::shudder:: =oP

Reid

Don't know where in the South her mom is from but she used to bake her cornbread in a cast iron skillet. It was the best corn bread I ever had. Grits for breakfast with eggs, sausage and hot sauce. YUMMY!

Kirk

Grits with a touch of butter - great for breakfast!

Jo

Yep, with that kind of breakfast, you can use grits or rice interchangably! ;o)

milgwimper

Reid,

Never leave out the hot sauce. Lets just say thats how I was introduced to my DH...LOL

Kristy

Mmm...Etoufee-yoso-delicious! I like mine a bit creamier and with shrimp instead of crawfish. But really, it's ALL GOOD! Went to a place out here on Jefferson near Crenshaw in LA that's REALLY good...Harold & Belle's...been around since the 60s. (But it was before I started taking pictures of my food!! - Shoot! I guess I have to go back!) ;)

Kirk

Hi Jo - How about grits & rice...from your friendly neighborhood carb lover!

Hi Milly - I always thought you two were "Hot Stuff" - LOL!

Hi Kristy - You must go back and get pics'...I'm sure they must have awesome "Southern" down in the 'Shaw!!!

Kristy

Grits...not my favorite. Even tried it again when I was in North Carolina, thinking that maybe in the South - I'd like it somehow, but nope. I guess I'll stick to rice, bread, and pasta for my carbs.

milgwimper

Reid,

Yeah I'm sizzlin' LOL

Kristy,

Yeah the first couple of times I did not like grits until I had them smothered in cheese, or eggs sausage and hot sauce, or mixed with corn beef hash and hot sauce...LOL hot sauce is necessary! *wink*

Kirk

Hi Kristy - I've actually had grits and soy sauce...wasn't half bad. But again, I never saw a starch I never liked!

Hi Mills - I've never put hot sauce on my grits. I'll try next time.

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