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Thread: Corn Meal Mush

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    Super Member verna2197's Avatar
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    I am from Indiana living in Tennessee. In Indy I grew up on corn meal mush, I just assumed it was from the South. I went into the store here looking for it and couldn't find it so I decided to ask someone. They looked at me like I had horns coming out of my head. :lol:

    So tell me how many people have heard of corn meal mush and how do you fix it? Me, I slice mine and fry it in bacon grease with salt & pepper.

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    i have had it

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    Had it as a kid. It was fried and served with maple syrup.

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    The south likes grits....same family different taste. I think you want cornmeal to make the mush from. I'll see if I can find a link for you.
    Here is a place to start :) http://tomsdomain.com/recipes/mush.htm

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    Sliced and fried, with and without syrup or butter and brown sugar :D:D:D

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    I can't believe you are asking about mush, we were just talking about it last night. I use to make it all the time,fry it and serve it up with maple syrup. I use to make it in a loaf pan, mush was made with cornmeal @ night place it in the fridge till morning turn the loaf pan over on a plate,slice it and fry it in grease. Loved that stuff! Michele

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    Slice it,fry it and top with maple syrup. YUM!!!!

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    I have had it, but called it polenta. YUM!!

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    my mom used to boil it in water, abit of sugar and we used milk on it, of course I could never eat it, or oatmeal, i would gag and well i'm sure you get the idea. awful just gawd awful

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    I have heard it called polenta and made it with cornmeal and water and cooked it down and then put into a pan and refrigerated it to set up. Then I sliced and fried it. You can also get it in a roll a thet store already made and looks like a roll of sausage.

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