|Alternative names||Sloosh Doggies|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Main ingredients||Cornmeal, lard or bacon, water, eggs|
Sloosh was a form of cornbread that was popular during the American Civil War, especially among Confederate soldiers. Civil war historian Shelby Foote described it as a mixture of cornmeal, lard or bacon, water and egg formed around a rifle ramrod and cooked over a campfire.
It was also called "son of a bitch".
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