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Date Signed Up:7/30/2009
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#63 - Honestly Im not totally sure what real southern food is other …  [+] (1 reply) 11/03/2016 on new york 0
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#64 - sweetsighlullaby (11/03/2016) [-]
Southern food is characterized by lots of fried stuff and heavy, rich flavors. Honestly, I don't like it a lot. I'd rather cook Mexican or Asian foods because the southern foods I was raised on are very heavy. Everything is made with a roux (flour and fat cooked with herbs to form a sauce) and there is a shit ton of butter. My Gramma uses two pounds of butter a day in her cooking, not counting baking.

So... classic southern foods are like: fried pork chops, country fried steak, gumbo, okra, collard greens, grits, mash, biscuits and cream chip beef, crawdads, fried chicken, sweet potato pie, etc.

When we were little, my sis and I would go down to the creek and catch crawdads, put them in an empty coffee can, and boil them over a fire with some old bay. That's probably the most southern thing I cook.

Nice to meet you, David. I have never had the privilege to catch perch. I've heard that they put up a hell of a fight and taste good too. And I thought you said you weren't outdoorsy? ;) lol
#2 - When I saw this was in the morbid channel I kept expecting him…  [+] (1 reply) 11/03/2016 on A Long Way Down +4
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#8 - Lilstow (11/03/2016) [-]
when you think about it, with all the stupid people with gopros who do these videos, we're bound to get one to fuck up eventually. if the camera survives, it'll be extra spoopy.
#61 - I wouldn't call that stupid, I say follow your dreams and visi…  [+] (3 replies) 11/03/2016 on new york 0
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#62 - sweetsighlullaby (11/03/2016) [-]
Eh, I make my own southern food. I wouldn't go to a restaurant for southern food if I can make it at home. I can fry up a catfish that'll make your mouth water ;)

I'd go with you to Australia. I think we both know that that is probably not gonna happen any time soon, but if you ever need someone to talk to, you know where to find me lol. I'm Rachel, btw.
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#63 - cookiel (11/03/2016) [-]
Honestly Im not totally sure what real southern food is other than grits, biscuits and gravy, or gumbo from Louisiana. Never had catfish actually but last father's day my grandpa caught a 5 1/2 pound one and we gave that to our neighbors across the street since I caught a nice 18in perch and I ate that instead.

But yay now I have an Australia travel buddy! You just said not anytime soon, not never And I'm David Same goes for you if you want someone to talk to about whatever.
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#64 - sweetsighlullaby (11/03/2016) [-]
Southern food is characterized by lots of fried stuff and heavy, rich flavors. Honestly, I don't like it a lot. I'd rather cook Mexican or Asian foods because the southern foods I was raised on are very heavy. Everything is made with a roux (flour and fat cooked with herbs to form a sauce) and there is a shit ton of butter. My Gramma uses two pounds of butter a day in her cooking, not counting baking.

So... classic southern foods are like: fried pork chops, country fried steak, gumbo, okra, collard greens, grits, mash, biscuits and cream chip beef, crawdads, fried chicken, sweet potato pie, etc.

When we were little, my sis and I would go down to the creek and catch crawdads, put them in an empty coffee can, and boil them over a fire with some old bay. That's probably the most southern thing I cook.

Nice to meet you, David. I have never had the privilege to catch perch. I've heard that they put up a hell of a fight and taste good too. And I thought you said you weren't outdoorsy? ;) lol
#59 - I can totally understand that. I've moved around a lot but it'…  [+] (5 replies) 11/03/2016 on new york +1
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#60 - sweetsighlullaby (11/03/2016) [-]
I'll have to go I have this stupid little black book of all the things I want to experience in different places. I'm probably never go to make it there... but ya know, I havta live vicariously through other people lol.

If you're ever stopping through WV, climb Seneca Rocks. It was the most exhilarating experience of my life. And stop at the Purple Fiddle for some ice cream. Definitely have a slice of Dicarlo's Original Pizza, up in the panhandle. ;)

Also, I need to ask this because I don't always know the food scene in each area of the USA. Do y'all have pepperoni rolls? It's a WV delicacy. What is your iconic food?
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#61 - cookiel (11/03/2016) [-]
I wouldn't call that stupid, I say follow your dreams and visit those places The place I want to visit more than any other is Australia and hopefully I will someday. I have the funds to do so but nobody to go with and would rather not go by myself so I bought a motorcycle instead to tide myself over.

I'll be sure to remember this conversation so I can check those places out. And I may have seen things similar to pepperoni rolls but I can't say for certain that we do have those around here but they sure look delicious. And our iconic food would be deep dish pizza and our hot dogs I suppose. We have a lot of good Italian restaurants as well. Since it's so diverse we have a little bit of everything except southern food from what I've seen.
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#62 - sweetsighlullaby (11/03/2016) [-]
Eh, I make my own southern food. I wouldn't go to a restaurant for southern food if I can make it at home. I can fry up a catfish that'll make your mouth water ;)

I'd go with you to Australia. I think we both know that that is probably not gonna happen any time soon, but if you ever need someone to talk to, you know where to find me lol. I'm Rachel, btw.
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#63 - cookiel (11/03/2016) [-]
Honestly Im not totally sure what real southern food is other than grits, biscuits and gravy, or gumbo from Louisiana. Never had catfish actually but last father's day my grandpa caught a 5 1/2 pound one and we gave that to our neighbors across the street since I caught a nice 18in perch and I ate that instead.

But yay now I have an Australia travel buddy! You just said not anytime soon, not never And I'm David Same goes for you if you want someone to talk to about whatever.
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#64 - sweetsighlullaby (11/03/2016) [-]
Southern food is characterized by lots of fried stuff and heavy, rich flavors. Honestly, I don't like it a lot. I'd rather cook Mexican or Asian foods because the southern foods I was raised on are very heavy. Everything is made with a roux (flour and fat cooked with herbs to form a sauce) and there is a shit ton of butter. My Gramma uses two pounds of butter a day in her cooking, not counting baking.

So... classic southern foods are like: fried pork chops, country fried steak, gumbo, okra, collard greens, grits, mash, biscuits and cream chip beef, crawdads, fried chicken, sweet potato pie, etc.

When we were little, my sis and I would go down to the creek and catch crawdads, put them in an empty coffee can, and boil them over a fire with some old bay. That's probably the most southern thing I cook.

Nice to meet you, David. I have never had the privilege to catch perch. I've heard that they put up a hell of a fight and taste good too. And I thought you said you weren't outdoorsy? ;) lol