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Old 11-10-2010, 11:10 AM
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What is Succotash?
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Succotash (from Narragansett msíckquatash, "boiled corn kernels"[1]) is a food dish consisting primarily of corn and lima beans or other shell beans.[1] Other ingredients may be added including tomatoes[2] and green or sweet red peppers.[3] Because of the relatively inexpensive and more readily available ingredients, the dish was popular during the Great Depression in the United States. It was sometimes cooked in a casserole form, often with a light pie crust on top as in a traditional pot pie. Succotash is a traditional dish of many Thanksgiving celebrations in New England[4] as well as in Pennsylvania and other states. In some parts of the American South, any mixture of vegetables prepared with lima beans and topped with lard or butter is called succotash.

The word succotash is used as part of a catch phrase of the Warner Bros. cartoon cat Sylvester: "Sufferin' succotash!"[5] The depression-era exclamation is said to be a minced oath/euphemism of "Suffering Savior". Daffy Duck also said "Sufferin' succotash!" from time to time.
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Succotash (from Narragansett msíckquatash, "boiled corn kernels"[1]) is a food dish consisting primarily of corn and lima beans or other shell beans.[1] Other ingredients may be added including tomatoes[2] and green or sweet red peppers.[3] Because of the relatively inexpensive and more readily available ingredients, the dish was popular during the Great Depression in the United States. It was sometimes cooked in a casserole form, often with a light pie crust on top as in a traditional pot pie. Succotash is a traditional dish of many Thanksgiving celebrations in New England[4] as well as in Pennsylvania and other states. In some parts of the American South, any mixture of vegetables prepared with lima beans and topped with lard or butter is called succotash.

The word succotash is used as part of a catch phrase of the Warner Bros. cartoon cat Sylvester: "Sufferin' succotash!"[5] The depression-era exclamation is said to be a minced oath/euphemism of "Suffering Savior". Daffy Duck also said "Sufferin' succotash!" from time to time.
Correct! My grandma made it with fresh corn and lima beans. I add a few other vegetables and crumbled bacon to punch it up. I've never made it with a pie crust, though. Interesting.
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I search that all the time.
LOL - - turkey Ferd......didn't realize that.
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Cracker Barrel is cooking on my parent's side, traditional cooking on my wife's side.
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

im thinking cranberry compote would be really good with a little chipotle in adobo sacue added....
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im thinking cranberry compote would be really good with a little chipotle in adobo sacue added....
That doesn't sound good at all... and it's spelled compost.
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im thinking cranberry compote would be really good with a little chipotle in adobo sacue added....
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...pe3/index.html

Then you could add the "BAM"
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

Deep fried turkey, deep fried stuffing, deep fried green beans, deep fried yams, deep fried cranberry sauce. And for dessert, deep fried pumpkin pie!
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