Discussion in 'Walt Disney World Trip Reports and Itineraries' started by keith, Oct 28, 2014.
Whoop whoop! Mrs Keef!
Now for Mr Keef!
Yes that it Mrs Keith, Helen does look lovely doesn't she Esme it is only very rarely that Keith will post a photo of him, it has been known to happen though
Where are you tonight, I know it was a shopping expedition today but you must have something planned for tonight Is it Hoop de Doo tonight or tomorrow night
What is Fried Mush?
Well, some people like it quite a bit, but some of us won't go near it. It's essentially a polenta (although a bit more coarse) that is made until it's thick and then sliced and fried/sauteed in butter. This photo is actually from Bob. Evan's (found on the 'net). The bowl is sausage gravy. Many people eat the mush with syrup. There is a variation too, liver mush. (Not at Bob Evan's though).
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When Donna first started eating the fried mush at Bob Evans it was served with smoked sausage, at least here. They took away the sausage and made other meats available, then took away the mush completely, supposedly because it wasn't selling well. There must have been quite an outcry because they brought it back. Now, again at least here, they offer it with eggs and either bacon or sausage. Donna likes to put syrup on hers. She doesn't necessarily want the eggs all the time though so if I order the sausage gravy I'll take her eggs.
The mush, as made by Donna's mom, is is corn meal, water and salt, combined to make like a thick porridge the let sit overnight in the refrigerator to set. You then slice it and fry it up.
:sick: sorry but I don't like the look of that. I don't think I'd even be able to try a little bit.
I'm all for trying different things like those ball things we had Tink at the Fish and Chip shop. They were ok, I couldn't eat a lot of them though.
I'm not a fan of cornmeal based things, unless it's cornbread, or Indian Pudding.
Oh that's right because Chris made the comment about shoes
I really can't take him anywhere :lol;
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