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Old 01-15-2014, 06:35 PM   #1
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...brought back memories of times gone by?

Back when I was a teen oftentimes I was found at my best friends grandparents house. They were like my own grandparents..... Paw Buck could cook a mean breakfast.....but it was Meemaw Mary's chicken-n-dumplins that I looked forward to the most. She made the best there was....even better than my moms . As time went on and we got older, the visits grew fewer and fewer (of which I am ashamed...but at the time I thought I had better things to do) and soon it had been years since I seen their faces. Paw Buck has since passed on and I often think of his fried eggs when I am having some for breakfast. Meemaw Mary is still living but Alzheimer's has taken its toll and she doesn't remember much. It has been a long long time since I had some of her chicken-n-dumplins....even though I have eaten my fair share of em since that last bowl at her house, I haven't found any that come remotely close to Meemaws......that is until this past Saturday. My sister-n-law cooked chicken-n-dumplins and invited us over. My first bite took me back to those winter evenings as David (my friend) and I sat at Paw Bucks table and ate our weight in Meemaws dumplins. I can't say my SIL's were as good but they were close enough to bring back some very fond memories of days gone by.

How I miss those days...
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:40 PM   #2
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Milk gravy my mom used to make with crisp fried chicken and fresh green beans with bacon grease
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:48 PM   #3
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My Dad fixed rib eye steaks on an electric grill in the house. I was 8 to 14 years old. Grilled outside, I have learned over the years, is lots better. He couldn't boil water but we ate them and thought they were great. Bought me an electric grill a few years ago just for the memories. He died in 1987 when I was 32, now I'm 59 and miss him every day.
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My dad served in Vietnam. According to him, they ate lots of SOS (biscuits and gravy). My sister and I loved it and he would always eat something else. Well my kids love it also and we eat the heck out of it. Every time we do, I think of Dad. He died when I was 12.

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One time I had glue on my hands and it got on my beer can and then in my mouth and it reminded me of kindergarten.
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peanuts in your coke bottle...Nana's hush puppies.
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Old 01-15-2014, 07:19 PM   #7
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peanuts in your coke bottle...Nana's hush puppies.
A guy that took me under his wing when I was 12 showed me the peanuts and coke only way I really like coke anymore I'm 23 now he's prob 50 something now still go visit him with a coke and some peanuts or some ibc rootbeer or ibc creamsoda
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One time I had glue on my hands and it got on my beer can and then in my mouth and it reminded me of kindergarten.

Maybe all that glue you ate as a kid has something to do with all the bigfoot sightings
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Grandma's fried rabbit, biscuits, and gravy.
MIL's wilted spinach.
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Old 01-15-2014, 07:43 PM   #10
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Grandpas liver sausage with fried eggs and toast. Been at least twenty five years now. I'm trying to get the recipe forthe sausage from one of my cousins that learned how to make it.
I thought about that two weekends ago while making some sausage.
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Old 01-15-2014, 07:46 PM   #11
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Maybe all that glue you ate as a kid has something to do with all the bigfoot sightings
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Old 01-15-2014, 07:54 PM   #12
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One time I had glue on my hands and it got on my beer can and then in my mouth and it reminded me of kindergarten.
LMAO OMG that was hilarious
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:02 PM   #13
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Fried Bologna
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:05 PM   #14
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RC and Penuts or Dr pepper and Penuts
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:07 PM   #15
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The old tin can that lonestar came in. Maybe Pearl in a tin can. Just a different taste. Won't say how old I was when doing the tasting.
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:11 PM   #16
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Pinto beans with chili powder cooking on a wood heater. Macaroni, ground meat and stewed tomatoes served over fresh bread. Apple Crisp made by the lunch room ladies at school.
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For the BIG holidays my sister makes banana pudding darn close to my Moms!! Every time I eat it I think of Mom...
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Old 01-15-2014, 09:33 PM   #19
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Milk gravy my mom used to make with crisp fried chicken and fresh green beans with bacon grease
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Old 01-15-2014, 10:09 PM   #20
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My grandmother used to cook biscuts and gravy, fried bologna and smothered French fries with onons. The potatoes were usually new potatoes. At least once a year I cook that meal. Reminds me of my grandparents
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Old 01-15-2014, 10:22 PM   #21
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Snow ice cream does it for me. Reminds me of winter time back in the 70's when I was a kid. Dad, Mom, me and my two brothers sitting by the fireplace eating snow ice cream after play outside all day.
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Old 01-15-2014, 10:56 PM   #22
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Grandmothers can make anything taste good.

My grandmother on my mother's side would make a spaghetti out of a can, from something called Showboat Spaghetti she bought at Gibson's Discount Center in Temple. She added ground meat and bacon grease, and I could eat my weight in that stuff.

My grandmother on my dad's side made German hotcakes for breakfast. They were greasy, and sometimes they were crispy. Lord those things are good. Fortunately for me my mom learned how to cook them, and will still make them for me from time to time. They are a relative of pancakes, but are thin, and as wide as the skillet.
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Old 01-15-2014, 11:14 PM   #23
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Fried Chicken with grease gravy, corn, mashed tators, and pickled cucumbers! Grandma was the best!
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Ground meat and brown gravy over mashed potatoes. Served in elementary school weekly with hot rolls. It was as good as it gets.
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My dad would fix us three kids Breakfast every morning & 90% of the time it included spam of some sort . I haven't had spam for over 20 yrs but I think of dad every time I see it at the store ! Love & miss ya dad !!
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Old 01-16-2014, 07:39 AM   #26
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Tomatoe gravy and homemade biscuits. My dad's aunt used to make those when we would spend the summer in monroe,LA on the sweet potatoe plantation.
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Old 01-16-2014, 07:56 AM   #27
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My grandmother made the best milk gravy for biscuits. So thick, it wouldn't run on your plate. My wife has mastered it now and makes it in grandma's cast iron skillet. Always brings a smile to my face and happy memories. It is a must for me on special occasions.
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Old 01-16-2014, 07:59 AM   #28
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Grandma's molasses cookies...........Have her recipe but they never are the same. :-(
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Old 01-16-2014, 08:02 AM   #29
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Banana pudding. Reminds me of my grandma. Stewed tomatoes & cabbage- reminds me of my great grandma. Homemade Tea (sugar) cookies- reminds me of my great aunt Lillian
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My grandfather's buttermilk and cornbread.
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Old 01-16-2014, 08:19 AM   #31
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I miss my grandma's Crawfish Gumbo from South Louisiana. She and my grandfather have been gone for a while now, but every time my Aunt cooks some Gumbo, I remember the times I would try to hurt myself eating at her table.
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"Sweet rice" as my (paternal) Grannie called it. I think the rice was boiled in milk and then she added sugar and cinnamon.

My other (maternal) Grannie always made me potato soup when I'd stay at her house because I was too drunk to go to home. She knew I was hung over and her potato soup was one of the best cures.
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Old 01-16-2014, 08:27 AM   #33
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My dad served in Vietnam. According to him, they ate lots of SOS (biscuits and gravy). My sister and I loved it and he would always eat something else. Well my kids love it also and we eat the heck out of it. Every time we do, I think of Dad. He died when I was 12.

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My mom would make us SOS when I was in elementary school (70s) and her version was on toast...loved that stuff...and her fried taters...they got divorced when I was in the 5th grade but remember those were my favorites and haven't had her fried taters and SOS since...
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Old 01-16-2014, 08:35 AM   #34
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Great thread!
My momma made the best squirrel head dumplings. My wife has practiced making 'em for years, but she uses chicken... they ain't bad, but they're not the same...

Momma also made fabulous homemade buttermilk biscuits... My favorite meal of all time is still chicken-fried deer steak, sawmill gravy, mashed potatoes, and those homemade biscuits... In fact, that's what we had for Christmas dinner this year after several years straight of me doing a prime rib roast... think I enjoyed the deer steak 'n gravy more...

For dessert, momma made a bannana puddin' that had this meringue on top she baked in the oven... none of my family has been able to duplicate that since mom's been gone (2000).
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Old 08-02-2018, 10:36 AM   #35
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Reading over some of my past threads, came across this one and thought I'd bring it back to life.

Smoked venison sausage brings me back to the days of dad and moms camp on the Neches River. Had many a cold boat rides down that river where we hunted.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:05 AM   #36
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My mother grew up in a house (Richmond, VA) where a full-time cook created all their meals so she never really learned how. Consequently my sisters and I grew up eating mostly bland casseroles. One of the things I loved about visiting my Dad's family in east Texas back in the 1960's was the food. My grandfather lived in Grapeland and had a big garden - I have vivid memories of my 3 aunts sitting on the porch gossiping and snapping beans. Beautiful tomatoes the likes of which I've never tasted since. I never got biscuits from scratch, gravy or homemade fried chicken back at home - this city boy ate like a pig whenever I was there! Papa put pepper sauce on everything. Not Tabasco but the green peppers in the clear bottle with the red cap. Always reminds me of him...

I have not eaten a Vienna sausage in decades but when I see them on the shelf I think of fishing trips with my dad when I was very young. His idea of lunch was a can of those, some Saltines and an apple.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:11 AM   #37
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Fried Chicken with grease gravy, corn, mashed tators, and pickled cucumbers! Grandma was the best!

Well that sure is a fancy way to type out pickles.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:17 AM   #38
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My wife will sometimes put in her crockpot a mess of fresh purple hull peas, some cut up new potatoes and a hunk of fatback. Then make cast iron skillet sweet cornbread. She heard me say once how my great grandmother would make that very meal (except use a pressure cooker instead of a crockpot) for my great grandpa, my cousin, and myself and then we would spend hours upon hours eating and playing "42"......those were awesome times and would give just about anything to go back to that dinner table, break out those bones and visit with Grandma and Grandpa Sjolander just one more time
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Here a while back, I introduced my granddaughter to sugar sammiches. She was asking me what kinds of snacks and things I ate when I was a kid. These were something my mother had when she was a girl during the depression. Just a slice of bread with butter and sugar. Fold it up and down it goes. Oh the memories it brought back.
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Well that sure is a fancy way to type out pickles.
My MIL used to make pickled cucumbers and onions. She would slice them up in a bowl, pour vinegar over them and some black pepper. Let them sit in the fridge over night. Man those things were good.
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Here a while back, I introduced my granddaughter to sugar sammiches. She was asking me what kinds of snacks and things I ate when I was a kid. These were something my mother had when she was a girl during the depression. Just a slice of bread with butter and sugar. Fold it up and down it goes. Oh the memories it brought back.
I used to (and occaisionally still do) make those all the time.
Quick and easy for a burst of some energy...
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My moms baked bean recipe. We now make them every time we cook BBQ, which is often. My mom passed just over 2 years ago now - and I think of her every time we make these - or many of her other great recipes.
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When we were kids, back in the 50s, my grandparents lived north of Edinburg. My grandfather had a clump of sugar cane that we would get to have a piece of once a year. They also had a date palm tree in the front yard. We loved those treats when ripe. I still love dates and chewing on a stalk of sugar cane, and they both bring me back to those simpler times.
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Pot of fresh purple hull peas takes me right to my granny's house.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:52 AM   #46
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My MIL used to make pickled cucumbers and onions. She would slice them up in a bowl, pour vinegar over them and some black pepper. Let them sit in the fridge over night. Man those things were good.
I just made 3 jars this weekend since I still have cucumbers coming out of my garden.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:55 AM   #47
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I just made 3 jars this weekend since I still have cucumbers coming out of my garden.
These weren't pickles. They were for the next days dinner. They were pickled but not pickles.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:57 AM   #48
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My Dad's parents were Danish and my grandmother used to make Frikadeller which is a Danish meatball made from hamburger or pork, flattened out and cooked in an iron skillet. Just delicious!

Google it for the recipe and try it.

She'd combine that with some fresh snapped black eyed peas, mashed potatoes or rice and gravy and whatever and it was just my favorite meal.

My wife makes it but it's not the same as my grandmother made.

No meal will ever be as good as the ones she cooked for me.
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These weren't pickles. They were for the next days dinner. They were pickled but not pickles.
Absolutely. I just put mine in jars because they are easier to store in my fridge and take to work.
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Absolutely. I just put mine in jars because they are easier to store in my fridge and take to work.
Sounds good!
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