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#26
I am hanging in there. I am far from well. I just wanted to come on forum and read the threads and post some. I think this going to take a while to get over and get my strength back.
Hope you feel well again soon Donna. We really love your posts and the information about many delicious foods and dishes.
 
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#32
Donna,
Thanks for reviving the fritter!
I agree !

A "fritter" was one of the first things I learned to fry when I was about eight years old.

However it was a very basic version at that age . . . under the supervision of my Grandmother.

Some cornmeal, a couple of eggs and a little milk spooned into some hot bacon fat and Voila! a little corn fritter.:wavespin:
 
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#38
My favorite fritter is a Conch Fritter.you need to be from the Florida keys or the Bahamas to know what they are like and have good ones.if Donna should go to Crystal River and go to Crackers they make axlarge asket of them for an appetizer that is worth eating and there is enough for two.
 

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