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The Disappearance of Coarse Stone Ground corn meal

Discussion in 'The Harvest: Recipes, Canning, Preserving' started by moxies_chickienuggets, Oct 28, 2015.

  1. Nov 2, 2015
    digitS'

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    Bob,

    That reminds me of Dad carrying the cream separator from southern Oregon to Idaho. He did own a mare up here but no cows.

    ;)

    Steve
     
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    Kassaundra

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    DSC_0509.JPG You guys are responsible for this. :ya DSC_0509.JPG :idunno
     
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    Beekissed

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    Mmmmmmm, looks scrumptious! We add some bacon pieces, onions, sweet corn and green peppers to the cornbread mix. We like our cornbread to be a meal as well as an accompaniment. :D
     
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    Kassaundra

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    Had it w/ rabbit stew.
     
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    Wish I had a piece to put honey or maple syrup on.
     
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    Hot water cornbread is cornmeal with boiling water poured in it, put a glob in your hands and make patties, fry in hot oil.
    Variations;
    add a little sugar, or add a little salt
    chopped onions
    jalapenos

    I always make these when I make salmon patties .
     
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    My Gma would put whole corn in that and called it corn fritters. I don't know if she did the boiling water though.
     
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    baymule

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    The boiling water actually cooks the cornmeal. Frying it just puts that crispy outside on it.
     
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    We used to call those cornpones.
     
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    moxies_chickienuggets

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    Now that is one of the reasons to make cornbread from scratch!! I have been buying the local unfiltered real honey here, when I can locate some. It is expensive, but well worth it.:drool
     

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