Batter Up!

For a homemade catfish dinner.

Our daughter, Shantel, and her best friend, Jaz, love, love, love, catfish.  And oh, my, Shantel, papa and I made some this week that was melt in your mouth good.

We soaked some fresh catfish in buttermilk,

coated the fish in cornmeal mixed with some flour, Old Bay seasoning, and some other  ingredients specific to our taste, which I’m sure it will be to your liking as well. Then we pan-fried it up to a golden brown.

Of course we served it up with some fresh-baked, homemade, cornbread that had to be served with butter and honey..

And the meal wouldn’t be complete for us, without some homemade coleslaw…so, so, good. I’m sure you and Jaz would also like some mac and cheese with this as well, but papa and I were fine with just the coleslaw.

When we get back to Arizona, papa and I will for sure make this for you and Jaz.

Stay Tuned!

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bill
    May 12, 2017 @ 18:36:04

    My oh my was that meal the best, I believe the secret to the whole thing is the fish, we got it at Bashas ,there was no fishy smell, also the sides were homemade. I just hope we have it before we get back to AZ.
    Love you, your Bill

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  2. Ellen Kaufman
    May 12, 2017 @ 19:15:14

    Wow did that make my mouth water..I could almost smell and taste it. Coleslaw looked delicious. What a meal to come home to….

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  3. gotham girl
    May 13, 2017 @ 14:01:43

    Oh yummy!!!!!!! xoxoxo

    Reply

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