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Old 05-24-2005, 04:50 PM   #1
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Post Country Ham & Red Eye Gravy

Pdswife had asked in another thread what red eye gravy is so I thought I'd post this.

For each serving: Fry to a golden brown 1 slice of country ham. Begin cooking with a lid on your fry pan. Cook approximately 10-12 minutes per side on medium heat. Leave lid off after you turn your slices and continue turning until all the slices are brown. Remove country ham to platter.
Turn heat up a bit and add to the drippings 1 teaspoon of perked black coffee per slice of ham and let simmer a couple of minutes. Red - Eye Gravy at its best! To be served over hot grits, eggs, biscuits, or the ham slices

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Old 05-24-2005, 06:09 PM   #2
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Crewsk,
That sounds like home...as you know DH is from N.C. and that is the best breakfast around!! (Shhh..I like sugar on my grits but I'm a Ca. girl)
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That's OK I won't tell anyone! Personally I don't care for red eye gravy but have made it several times for hubby.
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