Friday, September 11, 2015

FIVE COUNTRY FOODS for FRIDAY

Five on Friday

Here are five country foods I often cook that I cannot live without....

Today I'm linking up with
 

18 comments:

  1. Oh wow, your fried green tomatoes. I have never ever made them, but this really is making my moth water. How do you do them please?

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    1. Hi! Thank you. And even if you've never made them before, they are really pretty simple. Here's the link to my recipe:
      http://www.booth555.com/2015/07/fried-green-tomatoes-country-recipe.html
      Just remember to get the oil hot enough first, before putting the first ones in, or they get super soggy and fall apart.
      Hope they turn out great!
      ~Lis

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  2. They all look delicious, the cabbage looks mouthwatering.

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    1. Thank you! the cabbage turned out really good. I love to leave it in the skillet until it starts browning kinda crispy in parts. Um, making me want more just writing about it, lol.
      ~Lisa

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  3. We love fried green tomatoes and have them often during the season...but I can't find them very often....
    and chocolate gravy....just typing the words brings me to my knees. :)

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    1. Hi BJ. Around here you can only really have them in summer months. Winter a few stores order green ones, but they aren't really half as good as home grown. I have seen Pinterest pins of where people were canning green tomatoes, but I'm not brave enough to try that yet, lol.

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  4. I also LOVE those first three!!!! Yummy post!

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    1. Thank you Marie. Oh gosh, just coming back to this post is making me hungry for them all, lol.

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  5. Something quite different in each of your photos, all looking very tasty :-)

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    1. Thank you Crimson Kettle. All except for the chocolate gravy, I can put them together as a feast! lol
      ~Lisa

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  6. Lots of good cooking going on at your house.

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    1. Usually if it aint country, it aint cookin, lol. I tend to just stick to what I know how to cook since I grew up eating this stuff. I'm not good at new recipes much,
      ~lisa

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  7. I have never heard of or had fried cabbage! A new one on me! Always good to find out about new things! Thank you for joining Five On Friday! I hope that you have a great weekend! xx

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    1. Hi Amy, If you give the fried cabbage a try, be sure to brown it up good. SOmething about the added taste when it does that.
      You're welcome, also thanks for hosting the Five on Friday!
      ~Lisa

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  8. We don't have fried tomatoes over here in England or fried cabbage, so interesting. It all looks delicious though! Have a lovely weekend xx

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    1. Hi Lisa. You should give them a try at making them. Oddly, for years when my Mom made fried cabbage, I wouldn't try the stuff. And then after I did, I never stopped loving it. lol.
      Have a great weekend!
      ~Lisa

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  9. I'm sure there's never anything left over in your house as those dishes are all yummy!

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    1. Hi Christine, rarely there is. But when that does happen I tend to snack on it until it's gone too. lol.
      THanks for stopping in!
      ~Lisa

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