>> Thursday, December 4, 2008

Almost everyone is familiar with mush which is usually made from ground corn. I guess that is okay but I was introduced to mush made with wheat many, many years ago. I hadn't had any to eat for quite some time until this morning. Oh, it was good! To make it I ground some wheat, the wheat berries just as they were combined in the field. Yesterday we cooked a couple cups of it in water, just as one would cook rolled oats, etc. Some of that was our breakfast with honey and fresh cream on it plus some canned blackberries. Of course we cooked extra so there was some left over. This was put into a rectangular dish and was placed in the fridge until this morning. Connie sliced it into slices about 3/8 of an inch thick and fried them in a little olive oil in a cast iron skillet on the wood cook stove. With some good maple syrup it is just hard to beat.


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