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Molasses anyone? #8027899 10/28/20 07:32 PM
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Anyone like molasses?

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Yes Sir! I LOVE molasses.

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Only in my home made BBQ sauce.

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In my Bacon & Beans.

Re: Molasses anyone? [Re: mbavo] #8027953 10/28/20 08:16 PM
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Give me a couple of big thick pancakes that are still raw in the middle, layered with extra crunchy peanut butter, and topped off with molasses. Crispy thick peppered bacon on the side. Oh yeh...

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Never had that brand. Its my understanding that its made from green sugarcane. I grew up eating sorghum molasses. We grew our own sorghum.


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I put it on oatmeal, and toast!

Re: Molasses anyone? [Re: skinnerback] #8027997 10/28/20 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Give me a couple of big thick pancakes that are still raw in the middle, layered with extra crunchy peanut butter, and topped off with molasses. Crispy thick peppered bacon on the side. Oh yeh...

Skinner, ive never heard anyone but me eat them like that.


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I like molasses, but hear it is suppose to be pretty bad for you so do not eat it often. Used to be an old couple at our church that made it and sold it, was good stuff! They are long gone now.


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Give me a couple of big thick pancakes that are still raw in the middle, layered with extra crunchy peanut butter, and topped off with molasses. Crispy thick peppered bacon on the side. Oh yeh...

Skinner, ive never heard anyone but me eat them like that.



Yes Sir! Since I was a boy lol.

Re: Molasses anyone? [Re: bill oxner] #8028021 10/28/20 09:07 PM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Never had that brand. Its my understanding that its made from green sugarcane. I grew up eating sorghum molasses. We grew our own sorghum.




Yes it's a by-product of sugar cane. I once did a big cogeneration power upgrade at the Rio Grande Valley Sugar Mill in Santa Rosa. They burn the cane fields and follow directly behind with some pretty gnarly looking harvesters, cutting the cane up into pieces and loading it into 18 wheelers to be driven to the mill. They boil the cane to extract the sugar, then they grind up the spent cane into a fine white powder from hell called bagasse. They use that to burn as fuel which produces the steam to run the generators that power the plant. They had several large vessels where they stored the fresh molasses. The Operators didn't mind if you cracked a valve to fill a few bottles or jugs for yourself. Between the smell and smoke from the fields causing a never ending runny nose and constant coughing, the mandatory wearing of face masks and goggles that always fogged up, the flies always in your face aggravating the bejesus out of you, and the bagasse in the air penetrating every crack and crevis on/in your body while you sweat, I hated every day of working there......but that molasses was good! LOL.

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Here's a video of how sorigum molasses started. It ended up in a big pot. The sorigum[video:youtube][/video] mill took shares. They used one gallon jugs. They used a blindfolded mule when I was growing up.



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I see butter on cornbread...and a bottle of molasses...



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Love it.


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We also made great peanut brittle with it.


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Re: Molasses anyone? [Re: mbavo] #8028681 10/29/20 11:53 AM
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Re: Molasses anyone? [Re: rickym] #8028707 10/29/20 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by rickym
I see butter on cornbread...and a bottle of molasses...



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Re: Molasses anyone? [Re: mbavo] #8028717 10/29/20 12:27 PM
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I see butter on cornbread...and a bottle of molasses...



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This has to be the sourgum molasses because it is unsulfured molasses.


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Corn bread and molasses is like bacon and eggs, one makes the other better.

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Grandma's is good stuff on biskits, in bbq sauce, and bbq beans!

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I must have led a sheltered life never had it.


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Love it.

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Back when I was little we went with my grandpa and grandma to Corn Hill to visit an aunt. The other reason was to get sorghum molasses, my aunt had moved there with her family, They had a mill of some kind and huge cooking vats, pots or whatever they were called. I think they packed the molasses in quart and gallon cans. I asked my older sister, but she could not remember any other details. I neve cared for it as a kid unless it was in the form of molasses cookies, I preferred the Aunt Jemima syrup.


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I like molasses but prefer it distilled....


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