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    My own Texas chili is what I made today, and I also like my mother in law's chicken and dumplings, cos she makes the dumplings small, no one huge gummy doughball . I also like red beans and rice for nippy weather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phat32
    Okay, all you fresh bread people: How do I get in on this? I would love fresh bread, too. Do you have a bread-making machine, or do you bake in the oven? And if you bake in the oven, will anyone share a recipe?
    Silly boy. I go to a restuarant that promises fresh bread.

    Like virtually all of you, apparently, I also like chili or hot soup on a cold day. Or spaghetti with a good, meaty, sauce. Or macaroni and cheese.
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    Being the good southern boy that I am I like a big ol' bowl of white beans and cornbread on a cold day. Lucy, you know what I'm talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott
    Being the good southern boy that I am I like a big ol' bowl of white beans and cornbread on a cold day. Lucy, you know what I'm talking about.
    J. calls that "white chili" and likes to add turkey. In TN, did you ever hear the term "white chili"?
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    We have that up here, but never heard of it in TN. What I'm talking about is just a big ol' pot of Great Northern or Navy beans with a ham/hambone for seasoning, maybe with some shredded carrots. It's a good southern staple served as a side dish or a main meal.

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    UnkleScott, do you still eat Hoppin' John on New Year's? J. doesn't feel right without it. She's as superstitious about that as I am about wheat noodles with a little soy sauce on Asian New Year's.
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    I love soup and homemade bread.

    Yep I can make it from scratch

    I will get my reciepe and post it here if you want it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phat32
    UnkleScott, do you still eat Hoppin' John on New Year's? J. doesn't feel right without it. She's as superstitious about that as I am about wheat noodles with a little soy sauce on Asian New Year's.
    Not Hoppin' John exactly as that includes rice but just a pot of Black-eye peas with some hamhocks and various seasonings We had a thread on New Years traditional meals. It's buried in the archives somewhere. Ribs and kraut was another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLuvsAHarlemm
    I will get my reciepe and post it here if you want it.
    Would love to see it. Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy
    Silly boy. I go to a restuarant that promises fresh bread.
    Shazzer and I were just discussing this the other night, and my feeling was that there is possibly nothing better (and no greater sin) than real butter with fresh bread. And I mean real butter, not that corn oil garbage.

    And I don't need that fancy schmancy "flavored" butter that comes in little sculptures in icy silver trays at ooh-la-la restaurants. Give me those tiny little pats of butter that comes between two little slips of paper any day!

    I know cheese is a big deal on this board, but let's hear it for butter!
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    Beans and cornbread with chow chow. Or bean soup. I also have a recipe for chicken gumbo soup which I made today since it's cool here. It was delicious. I also like beef stew with a rich brown gravy and hot biscuits.
    Thanks to clipse I am now off to make pop corn.

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