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      Title: Justin Wilson’s Hush Puppies
 Categories: Cajun Breads        
   Servings: 48
       2 c  Cornmeal                            1 x  Ground cayenne pepper   
       1 c  Plain flour                         2 ea Eggs, beaten   
       1 t  Baking powder                       1 c  Buttermilk   
 	    1 t  Salt				     1 c  Green onion, finely
     1/2 t  Soda                                2 T  Bacon drippings, hot   
     1/2 c  Parsley, finely chopped           1/2 t  Garlic powder (to taste)   
       1 x  Deep fat for frying           
   Combine all dry ingredients.  Add eggs, buttermilk, onions,
   and oil or bacon drippings.  Mix well.  Drop in deep hot fat
   by spoonfuls and brown on all sides.
   Now, I said above that this makes 48, I've never counted, so I
   don't know for sure.  But it sure does make a bunch.  The main
   reason why I said 48 is because the program, MenuMaster, won't
   let you past that field unless you tell it something.
   Justin Wilson says, “Hush puppy is an old Southern term that
   originated after the Civil War.  People didn't have enough for
   themselves to eat let alone feed their dogs, so when the old
   hounds started barking from hunger, they would throw pieces of
   fried corn bread to them, yelling, 'Shut up, dog!  Hush puppy!”