[Homestead] Grits-Polenta, OMG I am confused!<g>
lurine at com-pair.net
Mon Oct 18 19:30:25 EDT 2010
I don't remember the name of the town but I do remember her talking about
being about an hour &1/2 from Atlanta and a couple of hours from her sister
in NC. Do y'all have some Greek or Italian sounding cities?
I do remember most of the spices. I wasn't all that old but I would stand
on a chair with an apron wrapped around me a couple of times and she'd spell
out the things she put in that I didn't *think* I knew how to spell and I
wrote most of them down.
Some are a hoot now, like "filly" for "file." <g> And some I still haven't
figured out because they are phonetic for a very thick Georgia accent. <g>
---- Original Message -----
From: "EarthNSky" <erthnsky at gmail.com>
> OMG, I am just up in arms over this<G>....
> Lynda, I often sub various kinds of sausage..chorizo, Italian, even
> keilbasa could go into my Cajun dishes.
> What part of Georgia was your nanny from? There are as many regional
> differences in this state as there are in Italy.
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