No that is not something you get in New Orleans when you screw a hooker bareback; get your minds out of the gutter! They are a traditional Southern holiday delicacy! Actually I should attribute this to my Aunt Francis who was a wonderful southern cook. I ran across her Country Fried Steak recipe when looking at this as well - wow, she was a cooker!
Yes today is another food post and thank you to Jz and Hedone for putting together and promoting the 2nd Annual Great Online Cookie Exchange Extravaganza! And since I always change things to suit my wishes I am doing "sausage balls." They are not exactly a cookie but they look like cookie dough in raw form and sort of look like a cookie when baked so I'll call them a cookie. I promise I got permission from Jz! But then again she claims to be submissive so maybe it's because I told she had to! :)
First, however, I have to add this as well. I kid you not, a lot of people in the deep south call these "Coon Balls." Now you're really thinking I'm a total hick but that is named after a brand of cheese commonly used, not a slur for a Cajun'. But you're right, I am a hick!
So here goes:
- 12 oz Kraft Easy Cheese