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"RE: OTCC: A couple of desserts"
Posted by frodis on 07-01-11 at 12:31 PM
LOL. I know. I love Southern food and have had all kinds of delicious things. One of my favorite meals ever was when I was in high school, on vacation with my family in Savannah. (Yes, I was food-focused even back then. My one "to-do" for the trip was that we had to have a "real" southern meal.)

We went to Mrs. Wilkes' boarding house. Family-style, sitting with another family at a big table for 10, passing bowls and platters of fried chicken, meatloaf, black eyed peas, collard greens, sweet potatoes, okra, cornbread and about 10 other things - mmmmmmmmm. Actually I think Mrs. Wilkes had banana pudding for dessert but I chose the strawberry cake instead.

After we were finished eating we had to clear our own plates, scraping them into the trash and stacking them to be washed. Cash-only, I think the meal was $8. Plus, Mrs. Wilkes was working the cash register that day, and she signed my cookbook for me.

Happy food memory.


A Mmmmmmmoonie plate special!

 

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