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    Sweet PQ?
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:24 am
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    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!
    Molly53
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 12:10 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!
    Cornbread and buttermilk is an old-timey Southern/Country thing. It's got a particular name, but darned if I can remember what they call it. Some folks add chopped onions, too.

    Tennessee brown is likely a variation on the Kentucky favorite, Hot Brown
    Sweet PQ?
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 1:15 pm
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    So Molly, have you tried this cornbread-buttermilk thing? Is it good?
    I figured the t brown was like the k brown, but just wanted to make sure. Thank you.
    realbirdlady
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 2:00 pm
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    Never heard of adding onions. (To the mixture? Or you're saying there were onions in the corn bread already? I've heard of that.) I'm not sure it has a name. You'd think it would, because most things do, but I sure don't think I've ever heard one.

    Definitely old-timey, a dying snack. From the times when what you had to eat was what you grew on your farm, and what you could make out of corn meal. And no refrigerator or freezer, either.
    Molly53
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 2:25 pm
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    Found the reference! It's called CUSH or CUSHCUSH in some parts...

    http://blogs.chron.com/leonhale/2007/08/whew.html
    Sweet PQ?
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 3:17 pm
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    What you said makes sense to me Realbird, because the book I was reading was set in rural Tennessee.
    Thank you & Molly, both, for answering my questions!
    realbirdlady
    Sat Sep 26, 2009 4:37 pm
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    Hmmm ... The cushcush I know is creole/african. It might have onions, but there is a cooking stage with grease. Kinda like refried cornbread mush.
    Dixie_Amazon
    Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:31 am
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    We eat it with sweet milk too. I make extra cornbread just to make sure I will have some for breakfast.
    Sweet PQ?
    Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:36 am
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    Dixie - I read somewhere online that the cornbread shouldn't have sugar in it if you are going to eat in buttermilk. Is this really true? Thank you.
    Dixie_Amazon
    Sun Sep 27, 2009 10:04 am
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    I think so, it just doesn't seem to work together, YMMV. Sweet corn bread is great in regular (sweet) milk.
    Sweet PQ?
    Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:38 pm
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    YMMV? Is that "your method may vary"? (I am so not up on all these abbreviations). Thank you.
    Denise!
    Sun Sep 27, 2009 1:10 pm
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    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.
    Dixie_Amazon
    Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:49 pm
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    Sweet PQ? wrote:
    YMMV? Is that "your method may vary"? (I am so not up on all these abbreviations). Thank you.
    Sorry, Your Mileage May Vary.
    CA.TN
    Sun Oct 04, 2009 2:39 pm
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    I grew up in Ohio. When it was getting close to my dad's payday the pantry was getting pretty bare, but you could be sure there would still be a box or two of Jiffy cornbread on the shelf.

    We baked it in an 8x8" Pyrex dish and, when still warm, place portions into cereal bowls. We'd sprinkle with sugar and then pour milk over it all. Yum!
    Caroline Cooks
    Sat Oct 10, 2009 3:03 pm
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    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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