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elijah13
Jan 11, 2017
Not a southerner. Don't like Okra. Guess cause I didn't grow up eating it.
aknan
Jan 11, 2017
It takes special handling, elijah, and it really is an acquired taste. I like it best sliced in rounds, rolled in seasoned cornmeal and fried quickly. Best eaten hot.
cindylou1
Sep 6, 2016
Fried Okra is my favorite! I'm a true Southerner.
tshepherd24
Oct 13, 2014
My wife Jrea73 loves okra.
SANTACLAUS
Jul 20, 2014
Wow I thought I was never going to finish this one, enjoyed it but found it a lot harder than I usually do.Thank you team for the challenge.
Annie1749
Jul 20, 2014
I just looked it up on line and it has a lot of medicinal qualities. I don't know which is worse-the taste of okra or the pain of neuropathy etc. I think I'd eat the okra if it helped. What is the weather like there in Florida today?
Annie1749
Jul 20, 2014
Oops! Santa I know you are in England. I don't know what I was thinking. I guess I wasn't! Have a good day wherever you are and what ever the weather is.
tomandray
Jul 21, 2014
Hi Annie1749, In Central FL our temps have been hot, today 93 degrees and thunder storms. Hope you are faring much better. Have a great evening. :)
Annie1749
Jul 21, 2014
It is funny you should write about the weather where you are in Central Florida. I just got an e-mail from my friend in Winter Springs and she said it was too hot there to go outside and that they were having thunderstorms. It was beautiful here today. Sunny with temperatures in the low 80's. I got everything prepared for dinner and after I put the roast in the oven I went outside and worked on deadheading my outdoor plants. I don't move too well so I planted 17 pots and my husband brings them to me at my work table and I tend to them. Most of them are doing great. The petunias are getting a little leggy though. I really enjoy my time outside. We had such a hard winter that it is so nice to enjoy the summer. Hope you had a good weekend and are ready to begin another week tomorrow. Good night!
tomandray
Jul 23, 2014
Hi Annie, We went out yesterday for some shopping and dinner. Went by our park down the street. Their electronic sign read 99 degrees at 4pm. Very HOT. Keep cool, and have a great day. :)
SANTACLAUS
Jul 24, 2014
Hello Annie the weather at the moment is scorching and I'm afraid me and hot weather do not mix, just seems to take all my energy from me, I would love a nice breeze, even got my blower on and it is still very humid. Have a super day all and hope you also get the weather we are getting, at the moment sitting under the sun brolly with my blower on full blast.hugs all round. Santa.
Annie1749
Jul 24, 2014
We are having weird weather here right now. Tuesday's high was 91, yesterday 68 and today should go up to 78. Rain for the weekend.
We have a family reunion to go to on Sunday. It is at my cousin's house about 40 miles from here. I'm anxious to see everyone. Our family is getting smaller all of the time, it wasn't too big to begin with.
Well, I'm off to the vegetable market. I'm taking pasta salad to the reunion so I have to go buy all of the makin's for it.
Stay cool tomandray and Santa. Everyone else have a good day.
SANTACLAUS
Aug 4, 2014
Hope you had a great reunion and everything went as planned, pity you aren't over here at Ilkley they are having a summer festival, lots of street entertainment and on the 8th and 10th of this month they are having a continental market and bandstand events, they are having various other events on different days, which go on till the 30th August, maybe one day you could visit here and have a taste of Yorkshire. All the best Santa.
Annie1749
Aug 5, 2014
Hi Santa, Thank you for asking and yes, we had a great time at the family reunion. All of my 12 aunts, uncles and my mom & dad have passed away as well as 3 1st cousins and 2 2nd cousins. But I still have 8 first cousins and their spouses plus many younger ones. There were about 35 in all. Everyone brought a dish to pass and everyone took "doggie bags" home. I brought home some Swedish meatballs, Kielbasa, tuna salad and an assortment of desserts. I have a cousin, Mark, who has had Lou Gerrig Disease for about 5 years now. He is quite crippled. He gets around in a scooter now but he sure hasn't lost his will or his sense of humor. I ask everyone to keep him in your prayers. There were a couple of little ones there too. Both under a year old and they were a delight, just as good as could be. It has been 9 years since our last reunion and I hope it doesn't take that long until the next one.

The summer festival sounds interesting. I am mostly in a wheel chair when I go out (arthritis & neuropathy) so we don't get to go to too many places like that.

I hope you have a wonderful day!
SANTACLAUS
Aug 9, 2014
Glad you had a super day and had a good talk with all your family, it is one thing we now miss has everyone seems to spread their wings and there are very few whom have time to talk to people now, I think this is a fast world and people seem always to be in a hurry, sorry to hear your transport is a wheelchair, but at least with your wheels you can get out, my daughter in law Mom Has now got an electric wheelchair and loves it, gives one that bit of independence, it does get her down at times, but she says she is better off than most people.
Take care and my blessings are with yousending you lots of hugs and when you are feeling a bit low take out one of the hugs and think about all your friends and family whom wish you well. Love Santa.xx
SANTACLAUS
Aug 11, 2014
Annie 1479,, guess I spoke too soon the weather over is is blustery winds and heavy showers, last week it was unbearably hot and just the opposite this week, But I must admit the rain is just what we need and our plants have been given a new lease of life.Santa.
debbie8327
Jul 20, 2014
LOVE LOVE OKRA!!!!
talent
Jul 20, 2014
Yeah debbie! I love okra too! Especially fried but pickled okra is good and in gumbo and vegetable soup etc. MY family is from Georgia so maybe it is mostly a souther thang.
Jrea73
Jul 20, 2014
Oh me too! I love it fried but oh my grandmother's homemade pickled okra soooo yummy! Would love to have one right now. :)
kjd3682
Jul 21, 2014
So for you okra lovers...how do you fry it? not a fan of it in gumbo/stews, too 'slimy' for me. Flavor isn't bad, so maybe if it was crispier??
talent
Jul 21, 2014
Of course it has to be cut into coins. Dry it real good then you can dip it into batter for frying, but what I do is make a flour, cornmeal, salt & pepper mix coat the okra really well, sometimes I use a bag to shake them in. Then fry in hot oil in a skillet of deep fryer. You have to be very gentle putting them into the oil so coating doesn't fall off. Don't mess with them if they are a pan wait until one side completely brown before gently turning them. In a deep fryer they will take care of themselves. Remove to drain and slat some while still hot and vulnerable.
talent
Jul 21, 2014
Sorry, made a bunch of mistakes above. Skillet or deep fryer (not of).....salt them again after removing to drain, not slat, hehe. This is the way I make fried green tomatoes too. After trying multiple different ways I've gone back to this simple way. Great flavor!
aknan
Jul 21, 2014
Kjd3682, we simply sliced the okra into rounds, about 1/4 inch thick, rolled them in seasoned cornmeal and fried them in a little hot oil until golden brown. Drain and serve hot. Great with fish.
Jrea73
Jul 21, 2014
Yep I do about the same as talent except I have to watch my salt so I use Mrs. Dash seasons in my batter. :)
kjd3682
Jul 21, 2014
Ok folks, you've talked me into it...next time I see some fresh okra for sale, I just might give it a try! Thanks for the suggestions.
fiestyolelady
Jul 21, 2014
I think they have the prettiest blooms.
gjb62
Jul 21, 2014
Hi all you okra lovers, down here in LA, lower Alabama we fry it with green tomatoes.sooooo good.
october17
Jul 21, 2014
We call them Ladies Fingers!
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