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 Post subject: Chuck Wagon Mush
PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 10:30 am 
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Irwin Brothers chuck wagon near Ashland, Kansas, 1898 (Kansas Historical Society).

Chuck Wagon Mush

2 sliced potatoes 1 sliced onion Water 2 cups corn bread, approximately Salt and pepper Put sliced potatoes and onion in a cast iron skillet. Add water to cover. Cook until potatoes are soft, breaking the potatoes up as they cook. Add crumbled cornbread and additional water to make gruel. Add salt and lots of pepper to taste. Serve when piping hot. This is good with eggs on a cold winter morning.


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