We just returned home from an unforgettable weekend of ministry in North Carolina at an Awana Ministry Conference. While we were there, our friends Tommy and Paula treated us with true southern hospitality, a hallmark of North Carolina. We were welcomed as part of the family and introduced to a couple of local sodas, Cheerwine (a cherry cola), and Sun Drop. We ate collard greens, blackeyed peas, country fried (not chicken fried) steak, fried squash, fried baby flounder, and so much more. But none of these compared to our homemade breakfast-for-dinner of livermush, bacon, scrambled eggs, biscuits, and grits.
Perhaps you’ve never heard of livermush. Livermush is a cross between