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leethebard

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Hushpuppies Mon, 08/20/07 6:02 PM (permalink)
I guess I'm nostalgic these days for my summers in the south. I sure miss good hushpuppies. Where in the New Jersey area can you find nthem..and I don't count Arthur treacher"s. How about a good recipe?? Anyone help?
leethebard
 
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    Greyghost

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    • Location: Albany, NY
    RE: Hushpuppies Mon, 08/20/07 6:21 PM (permalink)
    Hush puppies and more can be found on Chef Rick's southern cooking web site.
    Look for hush puppies under recipes > bread. A good site if you want south in your mouth.

    http://www.chefrick.com/index.html

    Enjoy.
     
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      cecif

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      • Joined: 4/1/2007
      • Location: Was MA, now UK
      RE: Hushpuppies Mon, 08/20/07 6:28 PM (permalink)
      Come up to Boston!
      Redbones has YUMMY hushpuppies....!

       
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        salindgren

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        • Location: Los Angeles, CA
        RE: Hushpuppies Sat, 12/29/07 10:32 PM (permalink)
        Well, there was a place in Dallas long ago, the Southern Kitchen, and I loved their hushpuppies. They were perfectly shaped little cylinders, I don't know how they did it, but it looks like mostly they must have been not too wet, or they would be misshapen. Every other version I've seen, and tried to make at home, is a shapeless blob, or rather a blob shaped like the spoon the blob came from, where the edges kind of burn, while the center doesn't cook. So maybe they had a good recipe, and ran it through something like a sausage maker to get the perfect little tubes.
        I think if they come up just a little dry, you can come up with some kind of dipping sauce.
        -Scott Lindgren scottlindgren@netzero.net
         
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