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“Fresh-caught fried fish without hush-puppies are as man without woman, a beautiful woman without kindness, law without policemen.”
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
‘Cross Creek Cookery’ (1942)
“But fried hog's feet were nearly the best of hog killing. After boiling tender, the feet were split lengthwise in half, rolled in sifted cornmeal, salted and peppered, and fried crisp in plenty of boiling hot fat. Served with hot biscuit, and stewed sundried peaches, along with strong coffee, brown and fragrant, they made a supper or breakfast one could rejoice in.”
'Dishes & Beverages Of The Old South'
Martha McCulloch-Williams (1913)
“I prefer my oysters fried;
That way I know my oysters died.”
Roy Blount, Jr.
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