Corny picture. Makes a good meal, though. Well, I can't mill about here all day... have to pop off to bend someone's ear.
Ba ha ha....you went from hubster to punster!
It look's authentic like Cade's Cove.You know it make's me hungry for hominy.We've spoken about grit's , but I love me some good hominy !! Hope you get home soon and safely . Hug's TT
The grist mill still works at Cades Cove and they sell the corn meal there. It was pretty awesome to watch the process! Thanks girl, we are finally home! Hugs!!
beautiful. makes me wonder what one could make with this...
Thanks so much Petra!
Great photo,, Benita!xo,rue
Thank you Rue! Hugs!!
Fabulous in black in white. It has that real vintage look to it! I'm imagining how amazing fresh ground corn tastes for cornbread with a ton of melted butter and honey! =)hugs, Christine
Thank you so much! Just about everything in the entire grist mill was original to the 1800s, including the water wheel turning outside. One of the descendants was overseeing the wheel grinding the corn. It was so great to talk to him. We bought some of the meal and they gave us their recipe for cornbread. I will let you know how it tastes! Hugs!!
You can make anything look glamorous! Come take my picture. Please!!
Awww, thank you! I will be more than happy to take your picture! I may be running away up north before the holidays...if I do, we will make plans! :-)
Awesome shot! I'm sure you had lots to photograph on your recent trip there. My cousin just posted pics of their family there at Pigeon Forge this weekend and they're having so much fun. Made me think of you!Dewena
Thank you so much! I know they are having a great time! The weather last week was so wonderful and cool, I hope they are having the same this week! :-)
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