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Re: Comfort Foods #10445
03/06/03 05:57 AM
03/06/03 05:57 AM
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Thanks for the recipe Gracie. Guess what's for dinner tomorrow night? LOL

Take care!


Nat
Re: Comfort Foods #10446
03/06/03 10:34 PM
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Gracie - The recipe sounds delicious! Will try it this weekend. It should be great this summer when my basil plants get going.

I like blackeyed peas and turnip greens, too, with turnips cut in nice sized chunks. We also eat a lot of cornbread - made a pone last night to eat with "white beans."

Thanks for taking the time to share your recipe with us!

Toni wavey

Re: Comfort Foods #10447
03/06/03 11:40 PM
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Okay, Toni, I can't resist jumping in to ask, WHAT IS A PONE?

I've heard of CORN PONE but never had any idea what that means. You made one? Hmmm!

Thanks again for inviting me to this terrific board. Just wish I had more time to spend here! lily

Re: Comfort Foods #10448
03/07/03 05:33 AM
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Hi Ruthie,

My husband calls it a "pone". I make it in a cast iron skillet. I mix up the batter, put it in a hot greased cast iron skillet. When you pour the batter in, you can hear it sizzle - that's what makes the nice crust. Then bake until done and turn out immediately on a plate.

Good eatin', 'specially for southerners.

Glad to see you back on board!
Toni wavey

Re: Comfort Foods #10449
03/07/03 12:58 PM
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You're so welcome, Tonetta...labor-intensive cooking is OUT around here because I work 2 jobs and am usually stuck at the keyboard all day (and sometimes half the night)...

And if I can share a little enthusiasm...I LOVE THIS BOARD!

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Re: Comfort Foods [Re: Bridget] #11468
08/19/10 07:40 PM
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Depending on what kind of mood I'm in it would have to be Better than Sex cake or stuffed cheezy hashbrowns.

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