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    Chocolatl
    Sun Oct 11, 2009 12:34 am
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    That's a staple, isn't it--cornbread in milk or buttermilk?
    Denise!
    Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:19 am
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    Caroline Cooks wrote:
    Denise! wrote:
    Love cornbread and buttermilk. Haven't had it in years, but we always had it growing up in southern Missouri. My Mom would very often make fried cornbread, tear in pieces and cover with buttermilk. SO good icon_lol.gif I don't like sweet cornbread and no sweet milk on my cornbread either.


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    Awwww, cute! icon_lol.gif My Mom was the one who really loved cornbread and buttermilk, she would always have it as a late night snack after she made cornbread. And we made it a lot icon_lol.gif
    Denise!
    Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:24 am
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    Chocolatl wrote:
    That's a staple, isn't it--cornbread in milk or buttermilk?


    For us it was, definitely. I know I've posted before that although I grew up in the MO Ozarks, the cooking is extremely similar to the South.
    Hunkle
    Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:24 pm
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    My Mom was born and grew up on a farm in Kentucky in the early 30's. She loved to eat cornbread crumbled into a glass of buttermilk. It was her favorite comfort food. She was the only person I had ever heard that did this until now. She called it cornbread mush but that just could have been her name for it.
    Molly53
    Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:52 pm
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    Hunkle wrote:
    My Mom was born and grew up on a farm in Kentucky in the early 30's. She loved to eat cornbread crumbled into a glass of buttermilk. It was her favorite comfort food. She was the only person I had ever heard that did this until now. She called it cornbread mush but that just could have been her name for it.
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    carolinajen4
    Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:12 pm
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    My family is from Kentucky (we're in Ohio now) and I grew up on cornbread and milk. Mmmm..... I miss those days...
    Liza Sunnenberg
    Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:58 pm
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    My Daddy loved cornbread in buttermilk!!!!!!! He was from KY, but the family moved to Cincinnati when he was in his young years. He would never eat "sweet" cornbread - aif you put sugar in cornbread - well, that was cake, not cornbread. Wonder what he would think of some of the recipes now days that use a cake mix in cornbread???????? I do not like sweet cornbread either.
    Stitchensu
    Tue Oct 20, 2009 8:04 pm
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    Cornbread in buttermilk is also a Georgia thing. At least in North Ga. And the cornbread has to be cooked in a cast iron skillet. I never heard of onions, either cooked in the cornbread or raw in the mix. I grew up around people eating it but never had it myself. But I think I'm going to try it this weekend!
    ~SarahBeth~
    Fri Oct 23, 2009 3:44 pm
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    Sweet PQ? wrote:
    Okay, I am reading this book and they mention eating cornbread crumbled up in a cool glass of buttermilk? Is this a regional favourite? And more importantly - am I missing out on something good?
    Also - anyone heard of a Tennessee Brown? I am thinking it is a sandwich of some sort?
    Thanks for answering!


    My grandma (Daddy's Momma) loved this! I know a lot of people her age still do. It seems to me (born and raised Southerner) that is also a generational favorite as well as a regional favorite.

    I have tried and I honestly didn't like it.
    yams
    Thu May 27, 2010 9:19 pm
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    My mothers family came from Missouri.....Alota cornbread, baked w/a layer of bacon on the bottom....but I never heard of it w/buttermilk.
    My Dad's side however(the swedes) used to make a mush/pudding of saltines or graham crackers and milk.......
    Chef #928625
    Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:54 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    The comment above made me think of my grandpa too.My Texas Pawpaw loved his cornbread and milk-sweet milk or buttermilk-but the cornbread had better be made with white cornmeal and it had better not be sweet! I used to eat it with him.We'd usually eat it after a supper of beans and cornbread.Good memories icon_smile.gif Somehow cornbread and almond milk just doesn't cut it lol[/quote]
    margmyers953
    Tue Jun 04, 2013 3:58 pm
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    My mother eats cornbread and buttermilk, just about everynight, when she has cornbread. It is a southern thing, and growing up in the 30 ty's, when there was not much else to eat beside flour and milk
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