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Old 01-15-2006, 09:55 AM   #15
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An outstanding "resource" is "Mrs. Blackwell's Heart-of-Texas Cookbook" by Louise B. Dillow and Deenie B. Carver (1980, Corona Publishing Co., 1037 South Alamo, San Antonio, TX 78210--ISBN 0-931722-06-3). Advertised as "A tasty memoir of the Depression", this little gem has all sorts of interesting recipes for people who actually know how to cook and stresses on-hand items. The accounts of the gravy recipes, especially "red-eye", are especially interesting (e.g., "The amount of gravy served is inversely proportional to the amount of available meat.")
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Old 01-15-2006, 10:13 AM   #16
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Good Eats!!

Here in the north we Yanks ate lard on our bread. Yum, yum!! Also made pudding out of the craklins of rendered lard and boiled our pork with saur kraut!!
When I lived in the South I thought it was an R O C Coca-Cola and a moon pie.
I guess we were red necks, huh?
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Old 01-15-2006, 10:57 AM   #17
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...Maple Syrup on My FRIES... .....
A good friend of mine always orders a chocolate shake with her fires and dips them like it was ketchup. She says she grew up doing it. I tried it, not bad.
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Old 01-15-2006, 01:15 PM   #18
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Oh yeah, we do the choco shake and fries thing around here. Salty + sweet = YUM!
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Old 01-15-2006, 01:42 PM   #19
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When I lived in the South I thought it was an R O C Coca-Cola and a moon pie.
I guess we were red necks, huh?
Jim...what part of the south? R ah Cee Cola and Co Cola are two totally different things. And Moon Pies only come in one flavor....and I don't care what the advetising says...Banana IS NOT A Moon Pie flavor

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Old 01-15-2006, 02:02 PM   #20
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... OK... FOOD IS VITAL 2 US ALL... BUT do U kn FOOOOD realy is FUN, I try anything, I realy do, My fries n Maple were nice, My sister used 2 dip chocolate fingers in salad cream... mind U She WAS expectin at the time... Jus a funny fing happend jus now, some of My & O 63's posts certain words have turned BLUE & when U put the lttl mouce arrow on the word a POP UP ADVERT shows, wots goin on ???....
... Jus a quikky Here bk n the early '60s, My eldest Bruv worked on the railway, He was a guard, He Always MOANED abt his snap NOT bein rite, so one day He frew a flagger... so the next day He had a real shock, U C, He moaned abt NO Mustard on His HAM sarnies, so the next day He GOT Mustard on His snap... I still wonder IF He enjoyed it on His JELLO sarnies...LOL...
Buttercup gotta pop up as well now... Whos doin this, ??? some of them R NOT suitable on this site...Not at all... Chris...
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... Jus a quikky Here bk n the early '60s, My eldest Bruv worked on the railway, He was a guard, He Always MOANED abt his snap NOT bein rite, so one day He frew a flagger... so the next day He had a real shock, U C, He moaned abt NO Mustard on His HAM sarnies, so the next day He GOT Mustard on His snap... I still wonder IF He enjoyed it on His JELLO sarnies...LOL...
What? Can any1 xplain this 2me?
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Smile I think it means to be kind to food servers...cause they're preparing your food.

sarnie = sandwich
bruv =brother
abt= about
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frew a flagger= flipping a finger?
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Chris,

I tried some of your famous 'Fish & Chips' from a street vendor near SoHo square. I don't know what type of fish meat it was, but it was a rather grisly experience. Have you tried it?
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Jim...what part of the south? R ah Cee Cola and Co Cola are two totally different things.
I was in the Army in Fort Polk, Fort Rucker, and Fort Eustis. That should be enough south for anyone. Then I spent 18 tears in Virginia and Maryland.
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Old 01-15-2006, 04:37 PM   #25
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Chris,

I tried some of your famous 'Fish & Chips' from a street vendor near SoHo square. I don't know what type of fish meat it was, but it was a rather grisly experience. Have you tried it?
If you want GREAT FISH AND CHIPS, Try Joeys Seafood here in the Twin Cities. Their Halibut fish and chips is the best I have ever had!! There is one in Apple Valley, but there are others that I know of but don't know the locations. (Phone Book).
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Don't forget Fried Spam with mustard and Home fried taters
Now you're talkin COMFORT FOOD!!!
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Old 01-15-2006, 05:04 PM   #28
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Seems to me that ANY food served in an Airstream should be labeled haute cuisine.... after all we're all millionaire 'streamers - right?

Maybe I'm missing the point here - but I'm thinking that trailer trash food is for SOB's.
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