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Southern Fried Chicken   Wash and dry chicken with paper towels.  beat 2 eggs with  1tbsp water.  Mix 1 1/2 cups flour and 1/2 cup corn starch. salt and pepper,  paprika, ( may add garlic powder, red pepper what ever flavors you like)  mix all together and Dip chicken in flour mixture and into egg and back into flour lay on cooling rack and let rest for about 15 min.  In  an iron skillet heat oil which in up half hway of chicken, and

Southern Fried Chicken
Wash and dry chicken with paper towels.
beat 2 eggs with 1tbsp water.
Mix 1 1/2 cups flour and 1/2 cup corn starch. salt and pepper, paprika, ( may add garlic powder, red pepper what ever flavors you like) mix all together and Dip chicken in flour mixture and into egg and back into flour lay on cooling rack and let rest for about 15 min.
In an iron skillet heat oil which in up half hway of

 

Growing up a country girl, my family raised most of  our food. Sundays was always  a fried chicken  spread with mashed potatoes, green beans, macaroni and cheese and those wonderful little  buttermilk corn muffins.  we milked our own cows,  what we called cow milk. my grandmother made her buttermilk and all the butter they used. All this would be displayed on an old wooden table, with grandmas finest table cloth. My brother and I enjoyed the fried chicken most of all.  My favorite piece of all was the pulley bone  (We Called it)  my grandma would always make sure I had that piece of chicken. (yes I was spoiled.) I remember in those days the plates would be cleaned up and all freshen up and  then would  cover with a clean white table cloth over  the leftover food. I know!!!  we would never do that today. But back in the day they did. I don’t remember any of us getting sick. My  aunt and uncle and my 2 cousins were there every Sunday,  we would  sneak quietly back in the kitchen and sneak under that table cloth  and grab us a chicken leg and run out side and eat it. We ripped , run and played and when we got thirsty we would go in the screened in back porch and get a dipper full of cold spring water. I can’t remember anything tasting so good an so fresh.  Good times, Precious memories.  I hope this brings back some precious memories for you also.♥  Have a wonderful day and please come back often  ta visit.

 

 

Chocolate Pie 1 1/2 cups sugar 4 tbsp. flour 3 tbsp. Cocoa 3 eggs, separated, save egg whites for merg.  11/2 cups milk,  Mix we'll together and cook on med heat Stir constantly until thickens.  Pour into cooked pie shell  Beat egg whites with6to8tbsp sugar and a dash of salt 1/4 tsp cream of tartar

Chocolate Pie
1 1/2 cups sugar
4 tbsp. flour
3 tbsp. Cocoa
3 eggs, separated, save egg whites for merg.
11/2 cups milk,
Mix we’ll together and cook on med heat Stir constantly until thickens. Pour into cooked pie shell
Beat egg whites with6to8tbsp sugar and a dash of salt 1/4 tsp cream of tartar

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