Friday, September 25, 2015

FIVE COUNTRY FOODS for FRIDAY #2

Anyone that knows me, knows how much I love country foods.
When me and my Aunt Marlene aren't out searching for little country diners, we are always frying up something.

Here at five more country foods I just can't live without:
 (Here's last weeks Five if you missed them!)

1. CORNBREAD & MILK
"A Kentucky Snack"
Fry you up a few pones of cornbread and mix it up with milk.
Just throw in some diced onions and a few dashes of pepper and ummmm good!

2. BATTER BREAD
Made from only self rising flour and water, then fried up.
 I usually eat this with a runny egg or brown beans.
Omygosh, if you haven't had this, make some today!

3. DEEP FRIED JALAPENO RINGS
This is a treat each summer from fresh garden jalapenos!
They are great alone or dipped in ranch.

4. BANANA NUT BREAD
I always add a bit of extra walnut flavoring oil and walnuts to the mix.
And I only use speckled, black, ripe bananas!
Umm, makes my mouth water right now!

5. BAKED MACARONI & CHEESE
Okay, so here I cheat a little. I first boil it normally, but then finish it off in the oven with a baked on layer of mixed cheeses!
Umm Ummm good!


~Thank you to Amy from over at~
for the linkup!

6 comments:

  1. These photos are making me hungry! I used to eat cornbread and milk as a child. I'd forgotten how good it tasted. Enjoy your weekend :)

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  2. Love the look of the banana nut bread, looks delicious. I have never had batter bread before, I am obviously missing out on a rare treat.

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  3. Hi Lisa, I would love to try all the 5 food. Baked macaroni cheese, banana nut bread and batter bread look so yummy!

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  4. Oh yes! Comfort food you just can't beat!

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  5. Five delicious dishes! I only know the last two, which are very good, but the others sound very good as well! Thank you for joining Five On Friday. I hope that you have a great weekend! xx

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  6. I am olden and come from a long line of cornbread and milk eaters...never could do it, tho...way too mushy for moi...however, Fritos and milk are great..same taste, only crunch...:)

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