Chicken Fried SteaK?

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Re: Chicken Fried SteaK?

Postby lionlady » Tue Nov 25, 2008 5:20 pm

MABSTER wrote:
BMRGirl wrote:
ERC Scott wrote:
Unity wrote: ...Cube steak -- or minute steak where I grew up --

I remember mom cooking minute steak every week, back in Iowa. And the sides of mashed potato/gravy and beans (green or lima and always canned) were traditional. How we kids stayed skinny is a mystery. Scott

ps - Thanks for stirring up the memory :)

You stayed skinny because when we were kids, we weren't allowed to camp out in front of the tv or computer allllll day long!!!! Come in and eat and then get back outside to play!!!

+1. So true. We'd bolt from the house right after breakfast and the only rule DH and I had was to be home before the street lights came on.

In the summertime, we'd come home, have dinner, then AFTER dark we'd spend a couple hours playing "flashlight" - a wide ranging game of hide and go seek where the seeker uses a flashlight to find/catch you.

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Re: Chicken Fried SteaK?

Postby Unity » Tue Nov 25, 2008 9:25 pm

ERC Scott wrote:I remember mom cooking minute steak every week, back in Iowa....Thanks for stirring up the memory :)

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Re: Chicken Fried SteaK?

Postby tayda » Sun Jul 10, 2011 3:41 pm

The Frying Pan Resturaunt in Lusby, MD makes a good chicken fried steak for breakfast. It is on old Rt. 4 south after Southern Middle School.


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