Cornbread & Mutton Gravy ^_^

Tasty Cornbread - try some!
Boone, North Carolina
December 29, 2016 2:24pm CST
Well, ok - there's no mutton gravy - however there is a big ole pot of collard greens on the stove top. The leaves have been cooked nice & tender. And - a successful batch of cornbread in my newly re-seasoned iron skillet from my grandmother. So many memories in the kitchen & dinner table with this piece of cookware. Thankful I'm still able to use it after so many years.
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@PatZAnthony (11728)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
2 Feb
Made from scratch is always the best! No mutton gravy here either.
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• Boone, North Carolina
3 Feb
yea - mutton is something I picked up from the ex-pat Brits I used to hang out with... those silly cousins across the pond!
@DianneN (57344)
• United States
30 Dec
A well seasoned cast iron pan is the best!
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• Boone, North Carolina
3 Feb
Agreed! until your iron is seasoned - everything sticks!
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@Plethos (4847)
• United States
29 Dec
What exactly is mutton Gravy? I've heard of mutton chops, but I'm sure that it's not along the same idea.
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• Boone, North Carolina
3 Feb
might be --- it's just a gravy made from the fat & tiny bits of meat....
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