The Cajuns have a "Holy Trinity" of cooking which consists of celery, onion, and bell peppers. Texas White Trash (which I come from a long and distinguished line of)have our own Holy Trinity of cooking consisting of potatoes, onions, and okra. My family has been making this for years and I remember eating it while I was still strapped in a booster chair. If you love fried potatoes- if you love okra- and if you love onions- you will love this dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. May be served with ketchup but if you want real authentic White Trash fare- serve smothered in creamy white gravy! You can get me to do some rather unpleasant things if you wave a plate of this at me.