More Soulful Recipes July 6th, 2004

Publisher: Willie Crawford

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What's In This Issue:

Recipe Request: Deviled Eggs
Recipe: Chitterlings or Calf's Tripe
Recipe: Cod Fish Cakes
Recipe: Hot Dog Chili
Recipe: Marie Calender's 4-Alarm Chili
Recipes Requested: Carmel Frosting, Moist Yellow Cake
Recipe Request: Popeyes Red Beans and Rice
Recipes Requested: Breakfast Dishes
Re: Red, White & Blue Cake
Recipe Request: Melva Pudding
Re:Re: Grits Like Popcorn
Recipe Request: Hot Water Cornbread
Recipe Request: Asparagus Casserole
Recipe: Red Lobster Biscuits

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From: bowichpapa
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Thank you in advance for sharing your favorite deviled egg recipe with
us...Leah

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From: Richard Lee Holbert

Chitterlings or Calf's Tripe


Chitterlings
Salt and pepper
8 white onions -- (8 to 10)
Butter
2 tbs. cream
Nutmeg
1 Pinch salt
About 1 tbs. flour
2 pieces buttered toast
Pepper
Vinegar

As always, we post the title of a recipe as the author gave it. This
one is a tad puzzling though, as "chitlins" is one thing and "tripe"
is something else altogether. Whether

Ms. Leslie means that either item can be cooked in this fashion, or is
using two names for the same thing, we cannot say.

Oh yes..."chitterlings" are intestines, whereas "tripe" is one of the
four stomachs of a cow. If you consider the distinction academic, we
entirely understand.

See that the chitterlings are very nice and white. Wash them, cut them
into pieces, and put them into a stew-pan with pepper and salt to your
taste, and about two quarts of

water. Boil them two hours or more. In the mean time, peel eight or
ten white onions, and throw them whole into a sauce-pan with plenty of
water. Boil them slowly till quite

soft; then drain them in a cullender, and mash them. Wipe out your
sauce-pan, and put in the mashed onions with a piece of butter, two
table-spoonfuls of cream or rich

milk, some nutmeg, and a very little salt. Sprinkle in a little flour,
set the pan on hot coals (keeping it well covered) and give it one
boil up. When the chitterlings are quite

tender all through, take them up and drain them. Place in the bottom
of a dish a slice or two of buttered toast with all the crust cut off.
Lay the chitterlings on the toast, and

send them to table with the stewed onions in a sauce-boat. When you
take the chitterlings on your plate season them with pepper and
vinegar. This, if properly prepared, is

a very nice dish.

>From Miss Leslie's Directions for Cookery, by Eliza Leslie, 1851.

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From: "Carroll"


This is made with salt cod. Hope it is what u wanted.

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Cod Fish Cakes

1 lb Salt cod fish
6 Potatoes
1 Onion chopped
1 Egg
1/2 ts Pepper


Soak codfish over night. In morning pour off water and add fresh, put
on heat and bring to boil, pour off water and put fresh on if need be,
(test fish for saltness). If o.k. mix with the boiled mashed potatoes
and egg. and onion. Make into cakes and fry in oil and margarine.

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From: "Tracie Welch"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: HOt Dog Chili

This is a very good hotdog chili. It is like Dairy Queens. Or if you
have every been to a bar that has hotdogs it is like that. Hope you
enjoy it.


Hotdog Chili

1- 16oz can of tomato sauce
2 lbs. of hamburger meat
3/4 tsp. garlic powder
8 to 10 tsp. chili powder
2 tsp. cumin
1/4 of a bottle frank’s hot sauce
2 tsp. dry diced onions
2 tsp. black pepper
Combine all dry ingredients with tomato sauce, add raw hamburger
meat. Cook over low heat for 2-3 hours. Stirring occasionally

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From: ShirleyMarie
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Marie Calenders 4-Alarm Chili

Marie'S 4-Alarm Chili
Yield: 6 Servings
Ingredients
1 1/2 lb italian sausage-hot-remove
1 lg onion-diced
4 c garlic-minced
2 tb olive oil
2 c hunt's chili beans --
1 undrain
2 c hunt's tomato sauce/15 oz
1 c hunt's whole tomatoes -- 28
1 oz-
1 c beer -- or beef stock
2 tb gebhardt chili powder
2 tb jalapeno peppers-seeded and
1 ts cinnamon
1 shredded cheddar cheese
1 sour cream
1 green onions-chopped
Instructions
Heat oil in a heavy Dutch oven; cook sausage, onion and garlic until
sausage is no longer pink; drain; add remaining ingredients except
cheese, sour cream and onions; simmer, uncovered for 45 minutes;
serve in warm soup bowls, sprinkle with cheese, a dollop of sour
cream and green onions.

Yield: 6 servings.


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From: "Regina Jones"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Carmel Cake

Hello, I am looking for a receipe for Carmel frosting. It looks and
taste like real carmel, but you can spread it on your cake. If you
can find this receipe, I would be grateful. Also, you can give me
a receipe for a moist yellow cake.

Thank you,
Gina

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From: "Gib Ercanbrack"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Popeyes Red Beans and Rice

Does anyone know the secret to Popeyes chicken Red beans and rice? I
think it's probably the best I've ever had. If anyone has the recipe,
I sure would appreciate it.
Thanks tons,
GilbertC

"Life is like a coin, You may spend it anyway you wish... But you may
only spend it once"
Gib

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From: Williedea
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Please list recipes of breakfast dishes and foods.
thanks,
Will
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From: "Rebecca Manners"
To: posts@chitterlings.com

I tried the red white and blue cake this weekend. It turned out good.
Becky

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From: "Carl Early"
To: "Joleene" posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Recipe request


Does anyone have a good simple recipe for melva pudding?
Barbara

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From: "Liz Evans"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Re:Re: Grits Like Popcorn

Hello,

A reader named Helen replied to a reader named Jo who asked if anyone
knew of a kind of grits that when prepared resembled popcorn per a
memory of one of her

neighbors.... Helen said something about hominy / grits but to my
knowledge and understanding hominy grits are the only kind of grits
there are.... But her preparation was

for canned hominy. Hominy are large kernels of white corn soaked in
lye and swollen as she said, but hominy is hominy and not grits until
it is ground. The two items are

from the same grain but one is hominy and the other is hominy grits.
I have had hominy prepared the way Helen described and it did not look
like or taste like popcorn by

any stretch....

Liz

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From: Williedea
To: posts@chitterlings.com

I need a recipe for hot water corn bread.
Thanks,
Will
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From: "Frances Pillow"
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Hi Joyce Ann,
I would like to have a recipe for Asparagus Casserole

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From: TLSVA
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Subject: Red Lobster biscuits

2 cups buttermilk baking mix (small box Jiffy equals 2 cups)
2/3 cup milk
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup butter
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1. Preheat oven to 450.
2. Combine mix, milk and cheese with a wooden spoon
until soft dough forms.
3. Beat vigorously 30 seconds.
4. Drop dough by heaping tablespoonfuls onto an
ungreased cookie sheet.
5. Bake 8-10 minutes until colden brown.
6. Combine butter and garlic powder, brush over warm
biscuits before removing from cookie sheet.
7. Serve warm.
8. Makes 10 large biscuits.

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