The Gift

Posted Friday, July 16, 2010, at 2:27 PM
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  • I find that taking equal amounts of sour cream and horseradish is dreamy on tomato's. Congratulations on your 1st of many Happy Anniversary's to follow! A special man for a special lady together makes one fantastic couple!

    -- Posted by karenmeister on Fri, Jul 16, 2010, at 7:08 PM
  • Mrs. Ivy,

    Every time I go out to see my loves ones that are very close to yours. I stop and remember the nights I spent with you and your sissy, cooking with your momma. Sitting on the front porch talking with your momma and daddy. Then going to G'ma's & G'pa's with you and listening to them tell us stories from "back in the day". We were truly blessed growing up. Even though we didn't think so at times. What I would not give for just one more day from "back in the day". Thank you my life long friend for being there back then and even now. Happy Anniversary to a wonderful and special lady that deserves to be happy & to the man that has to be special because he got you. May you have many more my dear friend.

    -- Posted by IndyBklyn99 on Sun, Jul 18, 2010, at 8:33 PM
  • My Dad used make 'em quite often. He just used plain ol' flour & salt 'n' pepper, relying on the moisture in the 'maters to make the coating stick. (Which is prob'ly why it didn't always stick that well!) You could use this recipe for squash or eggplant, I would imagine. Or even those fried pickles that are becoming popular bar munchies. (I've only had those once- at Charlie's in Terre Haute last year. (I hadn't been in there for 20+ years, and I must say, it's really quite a nice clean respectable place now!)

    -- Posted by gratefoole on Mon, Sep 6, 2010, at 3:02 PM
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