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Old 06-25-2007, 12:40 PM   #16
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Keale, tell me more of this wood you use?
Sorry, different name, its mesquite wood, Lychee is a fruit tree, very hard...the smoke is really light taste!
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Just like my dear ol' Nannie taught me, except with chopped sweet onion
and the hot sauce!!!(Nannie, If you're watching me from the other side,forgive me, but I swear it shore are good!!!)
The food looks awsome. Especially the pan-fried cornbread. How about posting your recipe for the cornbread? I'd love to try it.
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The food looks awsome. Especially the pan-fried cornbread. How about posting your recipe for the cornbread? I'd love to try it.
Thank you, when I get home from work today I'll post it up...
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The food looks awsome. Especially the pan-fried cornbread. How about posting your recipe for the cornbread? I'd love to try it.
Here it is:Cornbread.jpg

2 cups yellow self rising corn meal
2 eggs
1 cup sweet milk
1 cup rough chopped sweet onion
12 dashes hot sauce, I use Garlic Texas Pete.
Mix together in large bowl, if dry add a little milk,
if too wet add a little corn meal, don't mix too much.
Heat 5 Tablespoons corn oil in frying pan, medium heat.
Test drop a small spoonful of mixture, If it sizzles right up
you're good to go.
I use a large stainless mixing spoon about 4 inches long
but you could use a 1/4 cup measuring cup to spoon the batter
into "dollops" roughly oval sized into the frying pan.
Don't crowd the pan!!! If about a ten inch round pan do just
three "dollops of batter at a time leaving plenty of room
between batter drops.
When you notice browning around the bottom edges and
bubbles barely coming and breaking the surface,about 4 minutes
give or take, carefully lift and turn over, being careful
not to splash hot oil.
Again, when you notice browning around the edges
cornbread is done. As the batches progress it may be necessary to add
more corn oil to pan.
Butter 'em up and enjoy!!!
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