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 Post subject: Cornbread
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I can't believe this forum has gone so long without a thread dedicated exclusively to the majesty of cornbread.

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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i'll make an exception for redundancy just this once

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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I had a cupboard full of that stuff in college


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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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spike, the thodoks basementhold has graduated from the unfortunate jiffy mix stage of cornbread creation, and we encourage all who similarly relish cornbread to do the same

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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that was a pure shtick post, thodes.


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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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i must have left my shtickometer stateside

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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spike, tell me about your cornbread preparation regimen

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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I make mine with chillis and cheese in. I know, I know... I'm so edgy.

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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I bet Chud doesn't like it.

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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MrsHarmless wrote:
I make mine with chillis and cheese in. I know, I know... I'm so edgy.

cheese? how does this work?

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I bet Chud doesn't like it.

lol

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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thodoks wrote:
MrsHarmless wrote:
I make mine with chillis and cheese in. I know, I know... I'm so edgy.

cheese? how does this work?

My mom made a taco casserole type dish with it. Just layered it with the cornbread, cheese, ground beef, etc...

I went the lazy route and tried something similar with the Jiffy mix. It was pretty good.

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I bet Chud doesn't like it.

Yo shut the fuck up.

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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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thodoks wrote:
spike, tell me about your cornbread preparation regimen

truth be told, i've actually never made cornbread. however, my wife makes a delicious corn souffle that always goes fast at potluck gatherings. i believe jiffy mix (for convenience) and copious amounts of butter are involved.


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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
thodoks wrote:
MrsHarmless wrote:
I make mine with chillis and cheese in. I know, I know... I'm so edgy.

cheese? how does this work?

My mom made a taco casserole type dish with it. Just layered it with the cornbread, cheese, ground beef, etc...

I went the lazy route and tried something similar with the Jiffy mix. It was pretty good.

that dish sounds both amazing and repulsive - like any southern casserole should.


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 Post subject: Re: Cornbread
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Cornbread is at it's most delicious made in a properly maintained cast iron skillet.


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I go the cast iron skillet route. Sugar is banned from my cornbread. I heat either butter or oil in the skillet and leave it in the oven until It's ready to pour into the mix. I prefer stone ground corn meal and I like to add a really nice aged cheddar to the mix and occasionally a Jalapeno. The first time I tried Jalapeno's I put in too many and it was really hot a little too hot so if I go that route I add fewer now.

The next time I make corn bread I'm going to lay sage leaves in the skillet after I pour the oil (butter or bacon drippings) into the mix.

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Spike wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
thodoks wrote:
MrsHarmless wrote:
I make mine with chillis and cheese in. I know, I know... I'm so edgy.

cheese? how does this work?

My mom made a taco casserole type dish with it. Just layered it with the cornbread, cheese, ground beef, etc...

I went the lazy route and tried something similar with the Jiffy mix. It was pretty good.

that dish sounds both amazing and repulsive - like any southern casserole should.

It's good. What's repulsive? It's just a taco casserole with cornbread instead of chips/tortillas.

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