TheJoe03: More soul food than southern but there's a lot of crossover between black and southern culture.
Rapmaster2000: It's a dish invented in the North by Southern blacks and consumed by white people in Northern cities located in the South like Austin and Atlanta./that should kick things off
Mose: wellreadneck: "Killing a chicken, wringing its neck and cooking it for breakfast is a pretty traditional thing to do" in rural areasNews to me.You can tell that was written by a moron. Why would you wring a dead chicken's neck anyway?Anyway, chicken was never breakfast food on my family's farm. It was usually eggs, toast and ham or bacon. That was second breakfast, after chores, anyway. Bowl of oatmeal or cereal before chores.
Random Anonymous Blackmail: Steak & EggsChicken & WafflesPrime Rib & Hash BrownsSalmon & PancakesAt least chocolate goes with peanut butter.
SilentStrider: That stuff isn't chicken and waffles. Cicken and waffles is chicken in gravy ladled over waffles. Suck it south. Pennsylvania Dutch ftw.
super_grass: It's a black people dish.Black people aren't necessarily southern, see: Detroit.
ricewater_stool: I love fried chicken and I love waffles but eating them together is gross.
Shostie: Nabb1: Rapmaster2000: It's a dish invented in the North by Southern blacks and consumed by white people in Northern cities located in the South like Austin and Atlanta./that should kick things offI've always understood this to be the case as well. It evolved from Southern cuisine, but not actually in the South (perhaps Harlem, if I am not mistaken). I hadn't heard of it until I went to New York a number of years ago, or at least, I hadn't seen it on any menus.Sort of like a southerner who goes off to college in the north and comes back all uppity.
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