"I'm not a chef; I just cook." - Rachael Ray



Sunday, January 17, 2010

Cornbread & Milk

Cornbread baked this afternoon.
 

When dinner is ready, cornbread is a hard dish to beat.  What's better? Well...warm, moist cornbread with the butter still melting on top.  It is a good idea to keep a extra packet of "Martha White's Cornbread Mix" on hand. They come in handy whenever a cornbread craving hits.  I recommend grabbing a piece along with a glass of milk - As far as satisfying combinations go, cornbread & milk are one of the best.

19 comments:

  1. WELCOME to blogland, Bandwith! I hope this new venture will be a GREAT success for you! I love all that your Mom does so am anxious to follow YOU too!!!!! XO, Pinky

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  2. This looka great...I will be back....Pat H

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  3. Welcome to blogland and yummm, I LOVE cornbread! ☺♥☺ Diane

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  4. Welcome and Good Luck - we've been following you on your Moms blog so I will definitely be coming back...

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  5. The ultimate comfort food.....Cornbread and milk.....!!!

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  6. For a Southerner like me, it doesn't get any better! Heat that cast iron skillet while the oven is preheating for an x-tra crispy crust, yum!

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  7. I love cornbread too. Have you ever actually crumbled the cornbread into the milk? That's good too.

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  8. My mother use to make the best cornbread. This looks delicious.
    Love the cornbread crumbled in milk. So delicious. I'll be back to visit everyday. YOur mother is so wonderful.

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  9. Welcome to the world of blogging. Warning! It is addictive. :)
    That looks like my kind of cornbread - lots of crisp crust and not thick.

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  10. I'm not a southerner but I do LOVE cornbread. I'm looking forward to following your blog and getting some nice easy foodie ideas. Welcome to blogland, I hope you enjoy the journey.

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  11. OHHHH, this looks SOO good! Thanks!!!

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  12. OOO, cornbread is HARD to beat..goes with so many great things...your's looks just about perfect..I like mine thin and crispy...

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  13. Welcome to blogland Bandwidth,

    I hope that your blog becomes as popular as your mother's, I am always in awe of her talents. She has mentioned you often and I have enjoyed seeing some of the dishes you prepared and shared with us.

    I love a good sandwich, and this one looks yummy. I follow Rachel Ray every day, and just made her 'Spicy Peanut Chicken' this past Friday, only I used shrimp instead, it was very good.

    I'm looking forward to following your blog and trying some of your recipes.

    Best of luck...
    'D'

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  14. Welcome to Blogland Bandwidth. We're all so happy to have you join us. All of your recipes look so inviting and delicious. I'm looking forward to following you on this new journey of yours. hugs ~lynne~

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  15. He does have a real name! Welcome to Blogville Tyler. I don't know what your mother is going to do now that you are posting your food on your own blog. You know that seeing the food you've cooked on your mother's blog has made me issue several invitations for you to come live in our guestroom! Can't wait to see all of the wonders you post on your own blog. I love what I've seen so far, and I'll definitely be back. laurie

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  16. Laurie, I'm already back to gilding storebought stuff. :-)

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  17. Cornbread and milk! Now this is a Southern Food All The Way! Love it! So glad you come to blogland, for I read and enjoyed your recipes for a long time! You are truly a Great Chef!

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