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And today!! Pinto beans cooked in the above pot with the ham bone, taters, mustard greens and hot conbread! The bone was smoked so its a smoked food plate!

 

OMG, makes ya feel sorry for the city folks.

post #42 of 48

That plate looks great. Just to upset you, my mother used to make cornbread for dessert. Take it right out of the oven, butter it and drizzle honey on it. The first time it was served to me with a meal I thought they were nuts.

 

Disco

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That plate looks great. Just to upset you, my mother used to make cornbread for dessert. Take it right out of the oven, butter it and drizzle honey on it. The first time it was served to me with a meal I thought they were nuts.

 

Disco

Ain't it great how mothers and grandmothers can instill "norms" at the dinner table.....  

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That plate looks great. Just to upset you, my mother used to make cornbread for dessert. Take it right out of the oven, butter it and drizzle honey on it. The first time it was served to me with a meal I thought they were nuts.

 

Disco

Pop taught me, he crumbles up some cornbread is a glass of sweet milk for desert. He always swore it was good for digestion. I think he just liked it.

 

One of the local seafood resturants started offering hushpuppies with butter and honey for appetizers. They made a fortune! And their hushpuppies weren't that good!

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Pop taught me, he crumbles up some cornbread is a glass of sweet milk for desert. He always swore it was good for digestion. I think he just liked it.

 

One of the local seafood resturants started offering hushpuppies with butter and honey for appetizers. They made a fortune! And their hushpuppies weren't that good!

It is interesting how different areas do the same dishes. Years ago, some relatives of the missus came from England and I served pancakes for breakfast. They were liked them but thought pancakes were for luncheon.

 

Disco

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And today!! Pinto beans cooked in the above pot with the ham bone, taters, mustard greens and hot conbread! The bone was smoked so its a smoked food plate!

 

OMG, makes ya feel sorry for the city folks.

 

 

Good looking plate there, Foamy!!!

 

I don't think my mother knew how to make Cornbread, so I couldn't put it in my milk.

I had to settle for Donut Soup.(Busted up donuts in a bowl of milk)

 

 

Bear

post #47 of 48

Looks like good eating! But to be honest I wouldn't know what mustard greens were if I was sitting in them.

post #48 of 48

Thanks for clearing up the QT thing. I was just getting ready to ask the question !!! Boone

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