Gut Rumbles

December 16, 2003


I needed some groceries this morning, so I went to the store to lay in some supplies. I bought a half-gallon of buttermilk.

I'm on my third tall glass of it now. If I don't drink the whole half-gallon first, I may make some cornbread this evening. I love the taste of buttermilk.

Golden Flake is the best, because it has the little pieces of butter floating around in it, but I had to settle for the generic Kroger's brand today. That's all they had. I couldn't believe that they don't sell a variety of buttermilk here in Effingham County. That seems like a goddam sin to me.

I bought a big chunk of ham and a couple of sweet onions, too. I have a pot of pinto beans simmering on the stove and some very nice new potatoes for making home fries. I intend to feast tonight, even if I don't make any cornbread.

Bullshit! I'm going to make cornbread before I drink all the buttermilk.


Acidman...plz save a big ol mess of pinto beans for me, I love'em. If you need help on the cornbread just let me know; nothin better than a pone of bread...the crust, crumbling up the bread in milk or in the pinto beans, man my mouth is watering!

Posted by: _m2 on December 16, 2003 03:19 PM

Buttermilk is for biscuits, pancakes, and muffins.

Do you pour a glass of buttermilk and float your cornbread in it? That's what my grandparents did.

Posted by: Key on December 16, 2003 03:27 PM

omigosh! I'm drooling...can I come to your house for dinner?

Posted by: Courtney on December 16, 2003 03:33 PM

DAMN, Key!!....buttermilk is for CORNBREAD too!...

....and, I can't believe that you used the "m" word on Acidman's site....that's just wrong...the word "muffin" should not be present here...Doh! I did it again...

Posted by: Eric on December 16, 2003 04:48 PM

Did you ever print your cornbread recipe?
Or is it a 'family secret'? Beans and cornbread - ambrosia!

Posted by: Jaydee on December 16, 2003 04:49 PM

Pinto beans, onions and buttermilk. A deadly mix. Oddball may be in for a noisy night.

Posted by: Grey Biker on December 16, 2003 05:08 PM

Eric, if you can't be interested in my fluffy muffin, then why should I be interested in your nutty balls?

Posted by: Key on December 16, 2003 05:14 PM

Make me cry, would you? Reminds me of my poor dead Mom, whose favorite comfort food was cornbread crumbled in buttermilk. Oh, don't forget to say "sweet milk " now and then, too. We've gotten the second person plural pronoun back into the language; "yonder" and "reckon" are next.

Posted by: Justthisguy on December 16, 2003 05:18 PM

DANG, KEY!! ....Cut to the CHASE why don't have a point though...ok....tell us more about your fluffy muffin...

Posted by: Eric on December 16, 2003 05:28 PM

Okay, see now you've gone and taken everything out of context!


Posted by: Key on December 16, 2003 06:07 PM

"Buttermilk." Deceptive name. Leave the milk out for 3 days. That's "buttermilk." I'd rather screw a butterface.

Posted by: Horse with no-- on December 16, 2003 06:31 PM

OK Horse,

Sure she has a nice body...But er Face!!!

Posted by: Don on December 16, 2003 06:48 PM

Talk about a horse with no name! ( or, at least, no remembrance) Trigger is stuffed and mounted, but what happened to Dale's horse?

Posted by: Justthisguy on December 16, 2003 06:48 PM

Buttermilk is STILL disgusting. It smells and tastes like sour milk.

You people are welcome to it.


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