This recipe is one of Boy and Girl’s absolute favorites. I like to add a little bit of Emeril’s “Baby Bam” seasoning (my “go-to” spice for just about everything). Hubby won’t touch okra with a 20 foot pole, but the kids and I LOVE it. You can follow the instructions precisely (the part about letting it sit for 10 minutes is important) to make individually-breaded okra chunks, or you can just mix all of the ingredients together and form them into fritters. You may need to add a little extra buttermilk, flour. or cornmeal to get the right consistency for them to hold together Before frying, I usually roll them in a little extra cornmeal after they’re formed into croquettes. Don’t make them too big or the outside will get too browned before the inside is cooked all the way through. YUM.