"L, not -L" <lal...@cujo.com
> wrote in message
> On 22-Jul-2006, "SD" <west...@yahoo.com
> > The crumblin "recipes" (actually more like commentary) describe it as
> > day old cornbread crumbled up into buttermilk - These comments were all
> > found in Texas and Georgia cookbooks.
> > SD
> mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm; I haven't had that in years. I'm originally from
> and that is what my mother did with left-over cornbread; the next day for
> lunch, she'd crumble it in a glass and pour milk over it. My grandmother
> preferred buttermilk in hers. Oh man, what a trip down memory lane; a
> ole pot of ham hock and beans, served with cornbread for dinner.
> and milk with lunch (maybe even for breakfast too, but I mostly remember
> at lunch)
If you are having the hocks with green beans and cornbread, are you
crumbling your cornbread in the pot likker?
-rural NC originally