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Old 05-26-2011, 02:58 PM   #11
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filet mignon with teriyaki mushroom sauce, stuffed baked potato, green beans sautÚd in butter and garlic, and I think now I will open that bottle of 2009 H. J. Fabre Patagonia Malbec
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Old 05-26-2011, 03:16 PM   #12
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Shrimp Salad..dressed with the "Mother Sauce" of Mississippi!!
Chocolate Ice Cream.....
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Old 05-26-2011, 04:10 PM   #13
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And what would be the Mother Sauce of Mississippi, Uncle Bob?
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Old 05-26-2011, 04:35 PM   #14
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You may Google Come Back Sauce...Kum Bak sauce or any one of the several spellings. You will find hundreds, if not thousands of Copy Cat/Kopy Kat, variations on a theme, and out right bastardizations of the recipe.. A few of them are actually close to the original. It was Created at the Rotisserie Restaurant in Jackson Ms. It is a very popular sauce, used for salad dressing, seafood sauces, on crackers. It's uses are limitless and one can even dip ya finger down in the jar for a tasty treat!! Most restaurants that offer the dressing/sauce have their own spin on it...New Orleans has it's Remoulades...Mississippi has it's Comeback Sauce.......

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Looks like the strawberry spinach goes into a hot CI pan w/bacon grease. Nothin' could be finer...well, Uncle Bob - too bad I don't have time to go hunt for some of that sauce. And some crab cakes.
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Old 05-26-2011, 04:53 PM   #16
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Uncle Bob - too bad I don't have time to go hunt for some of that sauce. And some crab cakes.
I'm sorry too...maybe another day, another time... for you are sure to 'Come Back' for more!

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You may Google Come Back Sauce...Kum Bak sauce or any one of the several spellings. You will find hundreds, if not thousands of Copy Cat/Kopy Kat, variations on a theme, and out right bastardizations of the recipe.. A few of them are actually close to the original. It was Created at the Rotisserie Restaurant in Jackson Ms. It is a very popular sauce, used for salad dressing, seafood sauces, on crackers. It's uses are limitless and one can even dip ya finger down in the jar for a tasty treat!! Most restaurants that offer the dressing/sauce have their own spin on it...New Orleans has it's Remoulades...Mississippi has it's Comeback Sauce.......

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I asked about this awhile back, had a recipe for one with horseradish. Is that what you use, UB? Still plan on making it.

Broccoli cheese soup, leftover rotisserie chicken, fresh snow peas, strawberries.
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Pasta shells w/ tomato sauce. Italian sausage. Salad.
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thawing out, ham and beans and cornbread. will heat left over baked potato in skillet to a nice crisp brown. cookies dessert.
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I asked about this awhile back, had a recipe for one with horseradish. Is that what you use, UB? Still plan on making it.

Broccoli cheese soup, leftover rotisserie chicken, fresh snow peas, strawberries.
I have seen recipes that include horseradish...I personally do not include it. ~~ Make a batch...put 1/2 of it in a bowl...add a little horseradish...refrigerate.....come back a couple of days later and see which version you like.....

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