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    Anyone ever had polk salad?

    It's been passed down through generations here in the south, it's made from pokeweed and from what my grandmother said long time ago that it started during the civil war because food was hard to come by during that time, AC

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    Thanks for the video Terry, I forgot about that there was a song named after it,

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    Never tried that, but I do make "Hookers Pasta". I also exchange spinach and feta for the anchovies...

    I just hate anchovies

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    Just about everybody in my area with access to a field gathers it in the spring. It's pretty yummy, better than spinach. Some people batter and fry the stalks from the small plants too. Makes me wish I had some right now...

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    I ate so much polk salad when I was a kid that my momma had to tie coal oil soaked rags around my ankles to keep the cut worms from eating me
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    Quote Originally Posted by truckinbutch
    I ate so much polk salad when I was a kid that my momma had to tie coal oil soaked rags around my ankles to keep the cut worms from eating me
    That's a lot of Polk salad!!!

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    Was just gonna say, I Never ate polk salad
    but the gator got Annie's Granny.
    chomp, chomp, chomp, chomp

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    Haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tngirl View Post
    Just about everybody in my area with access to a field gathers it in the spring. It's pretty yummy, better than spinach. Some people batter and fry the stalks from the small plants too. Makes me wish I had some right now...
    Uhm hmmmm.....rolled in corn meal and fried....that's how Mom always did it!

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