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Old 02-28-2012, 07:59 PM   #1
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Man, The ole lady made some jam up cornbread and I crumbed up about 4 pieces into the left over senate bean soup from McGuires last night!!!! MMMMMMMMM!!!! I took some of the cornbread into work and EVERYONE had a fit!!!! It was like eating cake!!!! So here is the recipe:

3 cups Bisquick
3 beaten eggs
1.5 cups of milk
1 cup melted butter
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
5 tablespoons corn meal
3/4 cup sugar

Combined ingredients go into 9x13 greased pan at 350 degree's.....It'll make you wanna smack somebody!!!
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Old 02-29-2012, 01:38 AM   #2
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Did you get the cornmeal and bisquick rations backwards?

Sounds like homemade jiffy mix the way it is posted.
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Thats the way the ole lady has it wrote down....more bisquick i reckon makes it cake like???
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I made my first pan of cornbread last night, to go with my beef stew. It tasted OK but it crumbled apart when you tried to pick it up. First time I've eaten cornbread with a spoon.

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Two secrets to awesome cornbread.

1: Use a cast iron skillet, preheated in the oven to baking temp.
2 Bacon grease, just enough to wet the bottom and sides pretty thick.

When you pore the batter into the skillet it should sizzle a little, i.e. fry the outer layer.

When I'm in a hurry I use Dixie Lilly mix, add a tiny bit of sugar, occasionally some jalapenos.

Another cool thing is to use creamed corn from the can instead of water.

OK, I'll tell you something my dad and I used to eat for a snack. It may gross some guys out but at least try it once:

Take leftover cornbread and dump in a glass of milk, mush it up ad eat it with a spoon. Seriously, the very thought grossed my wife out till I made her try it. It works.
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OK, I'll tell you something my dad and I used to eat for a snack. It may gross some guys out but at least try it once:

Take leftover cornbread and dump in a glass of milk, mush it up ad eat it with a spoon. Seriously, the very thought grossed my wife out till I made her try it. It works.
My Great Gma, my mom and my ole lady's Gma did this all the time but w/ buttermilk..... Ain't never tried it.....
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Yep, Buttermilk too. Jason, your relative from east Tennessee by any chance? That's where my family is all from and that is pretty much a standard up there.
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Close enough, all my folk are from VA!!!! But the ole lady's Gma is from Bama....
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Yeah, probably a staple over the whole area.

Problem with me and food is...............I love everything. Seriously. It's a legacy from having a mom that despised picky eaters. Plus, she was a real experimenter on top of being an excellent chef. I was never allowed to ask "what's for dinner?", and sometimes not allowed to ask what I was eating till it was down the hatch. I do appreciate it in my older years except for the spare tire I am slowly growing.
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My family originated in the hills of Tennesse and North Carolina, my papa swears by the cornbread in buttermilk. He won't eat it with a meal, just in milk.
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