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#29
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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#36
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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