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Old 11-29-2017, 04:44 PM   #1
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been wanting to try these and finally got to do it today while sitting around waiting on a phone call. real easy. corn meal, tbsp sugar, dash salt, an egg, tbsp bacon grease mixed with water till its a pasty consistency. spoon into hot grease, flip once. i love em. can't quit eating them. kind of a plain Jane hush puppy. next time i'll crumble up some bacon into the batter.
i'm kinda thinkin, cane syrup over em in the morning------
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I'll take a dozen to go! That looks good!
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Good job, looks like what momma use to make. Throw in some bacon bits & chopped up jalapenos.

Just right.

I'm hungry now, it's 5:30 getting close to supper time.
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A little bacon and some jalapeno and you are my bestest friend!!!
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Good job, looks like what momma use to make. Throw in some bacon bits & chopped up jalapenos.

Just right.

I'm hungry now, it's 5:30 getting close to supper time.
oh yeah, jalapeno, hadn't thought about that.
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Those look mighty tasty, just like my granny used to make.

Pan fry them suckers in cast iron, little 3-4" pancakes with crispy browned edges.
Yeah, cane syrup, great break from ordinary waffles/pancakes.
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Default Leave the sugar and egg out.

Sugar in corn bread makes it a Yankee dish. No need for the egg either.

Corn meal, salt and hot water is all you need. Well, you gotta have fresh bacon grease.

I make these cakes every time I make pork chop stew. Goes great with chili too.

Mom called this "Hot Water Corn Bread."

BTW, you can use your version in a waffle iron if you use self-rising cornmeal. I'd still leave out the sugar though.
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What is the flat bread that old folks use to make that looks like pancakes about 8" diameter my mother called them "hoe cakes" or "whole Cakes."
I use to eat them like pancakes with cane syrup.
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What is the flat bread that old folks use to make that looks like pancakes about 8" diameter my mother called them "hoe cakes" or "whole Cakes."
I use to eat them like pancakes with cane syrup.
Pan fry like I suggested and they're exactly what you remember.
People called them either Johnny Cakes or Hoe Cakes.
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Onions! Cracklins! minus the sugar.
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