Pour over a mixture of
½ cup melted butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon curry powder
Bake 40 minutes
Serve this dish with a baked ham, Porkchops (pictured right), chicken, tofu, or just some rice for a delicious all time Southern and Caribbean favorite. However, in the Caribbean the list of ingredients is longer and even more delicious.
By the way, if you celebrate Thanksgiving I wish you a wonderful holiday. Otherwise, we all have something to be thankful for. So, as brother Geoffrey would say…give thanks. Peace~
Source: The Southern Cook Book of Fine Old Dixie Recipes, Culinary Arts Press, Inc., 1965
This looks soooooooooooo good, mouth is watering over here. Enjoy your Thanksgiving Mr. Bess :)
that looks so tasty!
i usually don't need to cook anything other than a cake (my granny still burns up her kitchen!), but this year i'm making the baked Mac & Cheese, Potato Salad, and i'm making a cheesecake! it's so weird...the older i get, the more i contribute to the feast. i guess that means i'm officially grown! lol
happy thanksgiving bless!
That sounds delicious thank you for the recipe.
It's a wonderful world. ~ Always something to be thankful for.
Happy Thanksgiving Stephen to you and your loved ones.
And thank you for stopping by, nice to see you again.
Happy thanksgiving my friend. God bless x
Che figo! (translated from italian: "so cool!")
We don't have thanksgiving in Italy, but I'd be happy to cook this anyway!
It looks delicious
Nice to hear from you my brother! Very nice indeed. My heartfelt wishes for warmth and good times to you and yours.
Damn that sounds great!
My oh my, my mouth is watering just reading the recipe! I will indeed make this - I love using my curry in different ways. So thanks!
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
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