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    Think outside of the box MissLibby's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbnbama View Post
    Me!Me!Me!.......yummm...shame on you..now I'm craving that.....(recipe for myrosiedog or just in case anyone was interested)....

    Chocolate Gravy
    3 tb Cocoa
    1 c Sugar
    2 tb Flour
    2 c Milk
    2 tb Butter
    2 ts Vanilla Extract


    Mix the cocoa, sugar, and flour together. Add the milk, making sure it mixes smoothly. Heat (medium) and stir constantly until it thickens. This takes about 8 minutes. Take off of heat. Add butter. Stir until it is melted and mixed. Add vanilla and stir until mixed.

    Serve hot over buttered biscuits. Buttered toast will do in a pinch.
    Awesome, I'm totally going to try chocolate gravy.

    When I was little I would only eat macaroni with Campbell's condensed tomato soup as the sauce. I had a babysitter try to give me regular pasta sauce and I refused to eat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog View Post

    My father-in-law and many other older southerners I know would crumble up cornbread in a glass and pour buttermilk (or what he called "clabber" on it) and eat it with a spoon. I've seen others do this too. And I think its GROSS because while I LOVE cooking with buttermilk, it is gross to drink.

    Oh wow. I haven't heard 'clabber' since I was a kid! The other word is when regular milk soured, it was called 'blinky'.

    Yeah, we did the cornbread thing. My Mom would put buttermilk on her cornbread while my Dad and I would put regular milk on it. I recently introduced it to my son and he's crazy about it.

    You reminded me of something else my Mom and Grandma and Great-grandma used to do. They used to take a homemade biscuit and crumble it into a cup of coffee and then add sugar. However, this generational delicacy ended with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitecat View Post
    Oh wow. I haven't heard 'clabber' since I was a kid! The other word is when regular milk soured, it was called 'blinky'.

    Yeah, we did the cornbread thing. My Mom would put buttermilk on her cornbread while my Dad and I would put regular milk on it. I recently introduced it to my son and he's crazy about it.

    You reminded me of something else my Mom and Grandma and Great-grandma used to do. They used to take a homemade biscuit and crumble it into a cup of coffee and then add sugar. However, this generational delicacy ended with me.
    Count me in on the regular milk with cornbread...or when I was little my grandmother would crumble up crackers in milk for me..not as good as cornbread tho! Gosh, I haven't had that in so long...it always makes me think about my grandparents tho........funny how little things like that bring back memories!
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