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Old 04-10-2006, 01:41 PM   #1
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well to be honest, I don't perfer any bread...give me the platter with slaw
and whatever, and hushpuppies. As far as a sammich, I'll take a roll.
but bread is just a filler to me. I know, you can count hushpuppies as bread, but I'll eat them like crazy.
I love hush puppies
I tried making them with a mix I bought at the store, they came out dry as hell, like eating chalk. Cap you got any recipes?
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yep, let me find it...I'm in the midst of a fight on another board. :biggrin:
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Hush Puppies
vegetable oil for deep-frying
2 cups self-rising cornmeal mix
3 tablespoons self-rising flour
2 tablespoons finely chopped green onion
1 cup milk
4 tb sugar
1 egg, beaten
In a deep fryer or heavy, deep skillet, heat 2 to 3 inches of oil over medium heat to 375°. In a mixing bowl, combine cornmeal mix, flour, and onion. Add milk and egg; mix well. Let stand for 5 minutes. Drop batter by tablespoons into hot oil. Fry until golden brown, turning several times. Drain on paper towels. Makes about 15 hush puppies.
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Thanks Cap, hope you won the fight
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I sure as hell didn't lose.
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I sure as hell didn't lose.
Thats why you are the Captain! =D> =D>
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BBQ sandwich are always on a bun in Alabama and North Carolina. At Dreamland in Alabama you get white bread to dip in the sauce with your ribs. Dreamland used to only sell ribs. Since the original owner passed away they have since branched out with chicken and sides. Traditionally BBQ plates are served with hushpuppies. I personally like white bread or hushpuppies.

What sells in your area? If you change what people are used to getting they may not like it.
I n Detroit if you go to a BBQ joint(I'm talkin' on the street in the middle of nowhere!) you always get white bread to soak up the sauce
But some of the best BBQ i've had was downtown Detroit
I meant down on the streets of Detroit!
Lafayette's Downtown, Geneva's over on Harper?

I've never seen a Q joint in Detroit.

Hamtramick for all of your sausage needs.

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I'd bet $ you never lose!
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