(Pretoria, South Africa)
I visited the US late 2012 for the first time (I'm South African) and had this dish in Yakima (Washington) - hardly the American South - at least it's south of Canada!
It was recommended by a waitress at Joe's Diner (where I had the best food of my whole trip) as a typical American meal. I was a bit apprehensive as it sounds weird (I'd never heard of it before) and looks even worse, but ended up being the most pleasant surprise I'd had in years.
I've been meaning to make it since I came back, and as we're having an 'American Diner' themed party for winter solstice next week (southern hemisphere...), I thought I'd give it a try to see if I can present it to my friends.
Your recipe looked most inviting, and I tried it with 2 types of pork sausage as we don't have the brands you mention.
It turned out even better than I expected - I'm very relieved and very thankful - my family loves it, so I'm sure it will become a regular feature on our menu.
Thanks so much for going to the trouble of posting it, and in so much detail - you made it a pleasure to cook!
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Dec 11, 18 03:03 PM
My father said “The old woman that invented gravy has a front seat in heaven”
Oct 31, 17 11:13 AM
Here is what you need 1 can of creamed corn 2 cups of self-rising cornmeal 3 teaspoons of sugar 4 oz of butter 1 teaspoon
Oct 31, 17 11:12 AM
This recipe came to me one afternoon while my little ones were napping. I opened the pantry door and stood there brainstorming. Looking over my shelves