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Fried Cornmeal Mush

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2012
Go Tebow. Great recipe. When I was a kid, I loved the Stokes brand that came in a can. I think it was a local Colorado brand but had disappeared like so many other things. I mold it in a can which can be opened on both ends. Just wash out a can and save the lid (works really well if you have a side cutter) pour the mush in to the top and replace the lid. When it is set, cut the other end off and push the mush out a little at a time to the thickness you like and cut at the edge of the can. The result is perfect little round slices all the exact same thickness. I dust both sides with flour and fry in real butter. It is do die for fried in an iron skillet over a campfire on a cold morning with bacon and syrup. I think I will try it in Chocolate, which you may guess from my user name is the way I roll.
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