Fried Mush

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2011/12/16 14:23:04 (permalink)

Fried Mush

Picked up some cornmeal mush from the store the other day. Had not had this in a while. Dust with flour, fry it up and cover with syrup. Oh yea and some fried SPAM alongside!
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    webean
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/16 16:46:10 (permalink)
    A breakfast food from the past...nice brown and crispy crust.
    Spam sounds like a good side
    And plenty of maple syrup
    Any brand of corn meal stand out that you could suggest?
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/16 16:51:58 (permalink)
    My father loves him some fried mush, and I haven't had it in ages. Might have to invite him over for some soon, that sounds good.
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/16 17:06:41 (permalink)
    I usually have mine with sausage or bacon
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/17 08:55:59 (permalink)
    Fried mush and scrapple explains a lot about Philadelphia.
     
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/17 10:11:03 (permalink)
    webean

    A breakfast food from the past...nice brown and crispy crust.
    Spam sounds like a good side
    And plenty of maple syrup
    Any brand of corn meal stand out that you could suggest?

     
    Don't recall the brand name. It's in a light yellow package in the refridgerated section. That's the one that seems popular here in Indiana.

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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/18 13:19:18 (permalink)
    An interesting variation on fried much is a cajun dish called Couche-Couche from a cookbook..."Tell Me More"
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/18 14:52:07 (permalink)
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    webean

    A breakfast food from the past...nice brown and crispy crust.
    Spam sounds like a good side
    And plenty of maple syrup
    Any brand of corn meal stand out that you could suggest?


    Don't recall the brand name. It's in a light yellow package in the refridgerated section. That's the one that seems popular here in Indiana.

    In the 2005-2006 Mush thread at http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/Cornmeal-Mush-m166887.aspx I posted:
    When I was working at the food mart, we used to handle Clearfield's Mush, which came in a rectangular block similar to the Velveeta package that is inside the 2 lb. Velveeta box. I tried using Google to see if it still might be available, but nothing comes up, so I guess they are out of business.

    In the same thread, I also posted: After checking around, I see some Jaxon's Mush in a roll in some of our stores (central Illinois). After checking Google, Jaxon's is a small company in Dayton, Ohio.  Phone: (937)890-7350  They also have a Facebook page.
     
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/20 14:04:31 (permalink)
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    webean

    A breakfast food from the past...nice brown and crispy crust.
    Spam sounds like a good side
    And plenty of maple syrup
    Any brand of corn meal stand out that you could suggest?


    Don't recall the brand name. It's in a light yellow package in the refridgerated section. That's the one that seems popular here in Indiana.

    In the 2005-2006 Mush thread at http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/Cornmeal-Mush-m166887.aspx I posted:
    When I was working at the food mart, we used to handle Clearfield's Mush, which came in a rectangular block similar to the Velveeta package that is inside the 2 lb. Velveeta box. I tried using Google to see if it still might be available, but nothing comes up, so I guess they are out of business.

    In the same thread, I also posted: After checking around, I see some Jaxon's Mush in a roll in some of our stores (central Illinois). After checking Google, Jaxon's is a small company in Dayton, Ohio.  Phone: (937)890-7350  They also have a Facebook page.


     
    That's it Jaxon's. That is the one popular here in Indiana also.

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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/20 15:43:18 (permalink)
    webean

    An interesting variation on fried much is a cajun dish called Couche-Couche from a cookbook..."Tell Me More"


    I'm guessing that's pronounced "coosh coosh" or "cooshay cooshay" unless it's cooked by Charo, in which case it becomes "cootchie cootchie".
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    Re:Fried Mush 2011/12/20 20:43:56 (permalink)
    NOLA site pronounces it coosh-coosh
    Thanks for the Charo reference. I was trying to recall her name
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