Reading the posts made me remember. I never got into this one but I am sure some of the older members have eaten it: one Grandpa used to have left over cornbread, crumbled in a glass of buttermilk and a sprinkle of sugar. The one I did like but haven't eaten for years came from the other Grandpa. Oatmeal for breakfast. Not the milk, butter and sugar stuff. Oatmeal with butter, salt and quite a bit of black pepper. It just works. My British wife makes me smile. I like showing her flavours we take for granted back in the States. She loves going to IHOP when we travel back BUT she can't understand bacon, eggs AND pancakes with syrup. She has some eggs and bacon and then eats her pancakes like a dessert. I kept telling her about bacon and jelly/jam. She just can't "get" the sweet and savoury thing. My work mates don't get it either. Finally one day I ran in ( not letting her see it ) with a piece of toast with bacon and grape jelly on it, told her to close her eyes and just taste this. What she said was: " That's just SOO wrong"! Big smile on her face and then added: " but it's really, really good!" Even though the things may sound strange you can get a big kick out of introducing new ( weird ) flavours to someone. Brings back the memory of the first time you tried it as a kid and thought WOW!! Keep the comfort food tradition alive in the family, it's ok to screw up your kids with some great tasting odd concoctions. Never hurt us! Keep Smokin!