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#11985700 - 04/20/17 Regional Foods?
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One thing I like about this section is reading about food that is strange/new to me.

Anything you considered a food found where you live as more, or less local, or have sampled others somewhere?
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#11985821 - 04/20/17 Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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potato bologna
jaternice
kolaches
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#11987111 - Yesterday at 10:03 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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mofongo
ropa vieja
pernil
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#11987153 - Yesterday at 10:38 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: local_dirt]
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Originally Posted By local_dirt
mofongo


He's your neighbor ? Not sure if I'd like that. grin
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#11987220 - Yesterday at 11:17 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: local_dirt]
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Originally Posted By local_dirt
mofongo
ropa vieja
pernil


don't forget Menudo, Ackee and salt fish, Run Down, Solomon Grundy, Escabeche, Jalea..............
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#11987423 - Yesterday at 01:10 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Thanks for reminding me, Sam. Haven't had any homemade menudo in a while.
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#11987449 - Yesterday at 01:26 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Indian tacos, kolaches, and you being in Iowa, one thing we always yearn for is pork tenderloin sandwiches.

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#11987484 - Yesterday at 01:43 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Bbq hash
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#11988253 - Yesterday at 07:54 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Roast sea lion
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#11988292 - Yesterday at 08:34 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Fry sauce...

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#11988353 - Yesterday at 10:57 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Lutfisk

Hagis
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#11988385 - Today at 02:52 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Corn bread

Purple hull peas

red beans and rice(With or without meat)

lima beans(with ham)

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#11988404 - Today at 03:13 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Some of these I have eaten, some I'll need to look up to see just what they are, some like the sea lion, I likely will never try!
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#11988418 - Today at 03:29 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Burgoo......the kind they make here, not the crap that the Moonlite in Owensboro dishes out. Sorta like a Brunswick Stew, only better.

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#11988450 - Today at 03:55 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Smked mullet and swamp cabbage.
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#11988499 - Today at 04:27 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: 458 Lott]
Mannlicher Offline
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Originally Posted By 458 Lott
Roast sea lion


back in the day, we dined on 'gator and manatee.
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#11989048 - Today at 08:42 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: Mannlicher]
local_dirt Offline
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Originally Posted By Mannlicher
Originally Posted By 458 Lott
Roast sea lion


back in the day, we dined on 'gator and manatee.



Was thinking about that the other day at the boat ramp and the fact I hadn't had any gator tail in a while. grin
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#11989124 - Today at 09:21 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Scrapple comes to mind. Wish I could find it out here!
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#11989161 - Today at 09:49 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: MadMooner]
284LUVR Offline
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Originally Posted By MadMooner
Scrapple comes to mind. Wish I could find it out here!


Used to help my pard make scrapple at butchering time with the frying pan always close at hand for "quality control"

He can buy fresh hams and bacon quite a bit less than raising pigs up so another tradition goes by the wayside. Sad.
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#11989166 - Today at 09:53 AM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Trash. Potatoes,eggs and onions fried together.
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#11989785 - Today at 03:13 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Fish tacos
All kinds of Mexican. Love lingua and trepas tacos from the taco truck.
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#11989817 - Today at 03:30 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: calikooknic]
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Enjoyed some local Mom & Pop Mexican food this afternoon.



Beef chimichanga



Chile rellenos



Edited by local_dirt (Today at 03:34 PM)
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#11990073 - Today at 05:29 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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#11990076 - Today at 05:31 PM Re: Regional Foods? [Re: wabigoon]
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Meat and 3. Usually includes banana pudding and sweet tea!

Definitely indigenous to the South!
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