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chezkatie

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Pork Chop sandwich Sun, 07/25/04 4:41 PM (permalink)
Today's restaurant and the pork chop sandwich has us drooling. Has anyone ever made a sandwich like this? Does anyone know what is meant by "sweet milk batter"?
 
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    RE: Pork Chop sandwich Sun, 07/25/04 5:18 PM (permalink)
    I am pretty sure "sweet milk" batter would be made with ordinary milk, as opposed to that made with buttermilk (which would be a "sour milk" batter, since buttermilk is currently made by "souring" milk with bacteria). Since buttermilk is used a lot in Southern cooking, they probably figured that it was necessary to clarify that in this case, "sweet" milk was used.
     
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