This facinating lady is my “neighbor” and I love reading her entries! Her daughter in laws are special people in my life and I have a huge soft spot for many of her grandchildren! She is a fantastic cook — so I knew I just had to reblog this cornbread recipe! I also love her inside the cabinet storage tips!!
I asked her if I didn’t have a cast iron skillet (because I don’t) if this recipe would work — she said yes, you could use a regular round iron skillet or a 9×12 pan, but it won’t be as crunchy.
Hope you enjoy her post as much as I!
Cornbread is easy and fast. And really good! We practically lived on it during the kid raising years. Big Boss loved (and still does), my cornbread. Years ago, his grandparents came down to visit us in Texas, so I made cornbread for supper one night. Oh man did it smell good! It was passed around and everyone was digging in except for Gramps. Big Boss asked him if he didn’t want any cornbread. Gramps smiled and said, “When I was growing up with 11 brothers and sisters, we had cornbread for breakfast, lunch and supper. Every day. I swore I’d never eat cornbread again and I haven’t.” I didn’t make cornbread for him again!!
One of my oldest and dearest recipes is my cornbread recipe! Can’t remember for sure where I got it though…maybe I cannot survive without it! I’ve had panic attacks in the past when I’m frantically searching for it, so now…
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