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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by kcb, Aug 18, 2011.
Sugar, salt, grease, and alcohol....
Just heard it on the History Channel!
This from folk that eat whatever garbage they can haul out of the ocean.
They also say that Pork might also be a staple! (Bar-B-Que)
In Texas, pork is a side dish for heated cow parts.
Betcha them Yankees couldn't no way appreciate a good jar of pickled pig's feet or fried pig snouts.
My hubby is a Dixie boy to be sure....and HE certainly believed that when he fixed supper tonight!
(I worked late and he cooked dinner....it was very good, but I couldn't talk for awhile, there!)
< Ain't no yank, but y'all can keep all that!
They're better eatin' than they sound.
I happen to like the sound of pork!
< Is eatin' me some chicken right now!
I have to admit....I am a finicky tummy lady....so the sight of pickled pig's feet or pigs snouts or pigs tongue will not tempt me one bit!
But last Christmas and for my nephew's college graduation last May, my family did feast on a bar-b-qued a pig. Both times, it was VERY VERY GOOD!!!
I'll have to post a photo. We did it ourselves on Christmas, but my brother-in-law had it catered when we all stayed in Savannah, Georgia to celebrate the graduation.
Very good feasts!
Now they are talking about "Southern Expressions".
Now Karen,alcohol ain't a food group;it's desert.'08.
"Bless his heart!"
My all time favorite!
Now, I also learned on another show....actually the NEWS last night, that there are now TWO good reasons to drink wine.
1. Red wine helps prevents heart disease.
2. Wine helps prevents Alzheimer's
They indicated that "alcohol" helps prevent Alzheimer's, but wine is the most
So, if you have a family history...
If you want to know the amount, ask and I will let you know.
I'm sure that is also important.
In the South, if you can't fry it, it ain't worth cookin' and eatin'.
And we buy wine by the box that costs no more than $3.50 at the corner gas station. If'n yer payin' $80 for one bottle of wine, ya ain't doin' it right.
The Dixie version of Aloha
Now, lets talk Single Malts....
Not unless you give it a French name and serve it up in some fancy bistro at $100 per plate.