Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Fried Green Tomatoes!

Ingredients:
1 extra large egg
4 tablespoons milk
1 cup cornmeal
1 cup all-purpose flour
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
3 green tomatoes, sliced

Directions: In a small bowl whisk together egg and milk. In another small bowl mix cornmeal and flour. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat; use more or less oil to reach about 1/4 inch in depth. Dredge tomato slices first in egg mixture, then in cornmeal mixture.
Carefully place slices in hot oil and cook until browned on both sides.

The recipe, is just a little bonus today, this post is actually about choosing a movie title. The photo is entered into Kim Klassen's, Texture Tuesday Challenge, the theme this week is movie title, the photo must tie into the title of the movie. I also used Kim's texture, Just A Stitch. 

If you haven't seen the movie I highly recommend it. I watch it at least once a year, with a great big bowl of popcorn and still laugh till I cry. If you haven't tried fried green tomatoes I highly recommend them as well. My friend Gail made us a batch, when she visited several years ago. Maybe I'll just whip up a batch myself or maybe I'll just have to invite Gail over again! 


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13 comments:

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

One of my favorite movies. Great editing, Rosemary. :)

Nadege, said...

I loved that movie, it's certainly one to see over and over again.
Great shot with wonderful edit.

Teresa said...

Wow and a recipre as well . . Lovely shot and the texture work is just right . . Teresa x

olivia said...

a favorite movie of mine.. love the edit

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

That movie is in my top ten! Definitely a classic. But I have never actually eaten fried green tomatoes! Love your photo!

missing moments said...

Great editing ... and I also love that movie!

esra said...

wonderful movie.. and beautiful image; lovely processing...

hootnonny said...

I love the movie, I love fried green tomatoes, and I love this pic!

Pat said...

That is a great movie. I've watched it a number of times. Thanks for the recipe.

Barb said...

Wonderful movie, great photo and texture! and thanks for the recipe!

Cathy Spivey Mendola said...

Love the movie & I love the dish! Great editing of your photo. I especially love how the leaves are so textured.

Lauri said...

A great film reference, lovely texture work - linked from Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday

Kathy said...

Love...love that movie...one of the greatest can't help but watch it every time I see it playing. Great photo to depict the title too. Fabulous shot.

Thanks for sharing.

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