Everyone seems to have one thing they simply cannot survive the holiday season without having. Maybe it's your mom's cookies, or grandma's pie, or some dish I haven't heard of yet. What's your favorite thing to have this time of year?
I don't have a specific holiday food, but I get more opportunity to eat Chocolate Creme pie during the later part of every year.
It would have to be the meat stuffing, followed by the homemade apple pies.
I've never had meat stuffing. Is it similar to cornbread stuffing? (Also, what's better than apple pie? Not very many things.)
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Meat stuffing is like homemade cornbread dressing with meat and maybe some gravy mixed in. It is the ultimate in fine dining.
Second in line would have to be chicken and dumplins and fried cabbage or maybe stewed pork backbones, with new potatoes n cabbage cooked together.
Hey, what time is supper? I am hungry.
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ah yes, little chunks of meat mixed in with the dressing and the giblet gravy spooned on top.
Im a gettin hungry.
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I noticed you are from Ga. I could tell that you were from the south when you mentioned meat stuffing. I am big on southern foods.
One of my favorite southern dish is pinto beans cornbread (crust only for me) ground beef with a little mayo mixed in.
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Home made apple pies? Do you mean the ones with dried apples that are seasoned and cooked then a crust made and fried in a skillet?
You got me to thinkin of them there golden years at grannys house.
At Christmas time she would make a stack cake. It was 9 layers high and sooooo delicious. but with most of the things she made, she made from scratch. Just like the apples, we peeled apples til I thought I'd turn into an apple and then we would slice them and lay them in the sun on a covered table to dry them and then when dried, we would package them and put them away. Out of these apples we made apple butter, the filling for the fried apple pies and the filling for the stack cake.
Those days are so dear.
By far my favorite holiday food, or food for any day of the year is the glorious union of fish and cake into the form of fishcake.
One of my Sunday school kids' mom made me some maple fudge. It was one of the most amazing sweet things I've ever eaten. I think I felt a little more Christmas spirit with each bite
Holidays put me in the baking mood. I look forward to the different baked goodies we share at holidays. My favorite is all the chocolate goodies, especially the fudge
that is pancit canton - noodles with ingredients, I will add lots of shrimp, pork and beef to it. I usually cook that every week but I make a special one every Christmas and New Years days
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