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Jigsaw puzzle of freshly made cornbread. The warm bread was made in a cast iron skillet.

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SANTACLAUS
Oct 5, 2014
Thank you team for this one, never tasted corn bread, maybe one of your followers could send me the recipe, and I could give it a try, and let you know my verdict.found this one a wee bit harder then what I normal do, but loved the challenge. Have a good Sunday all.
denisemmmm
Oct 5, 2014
I have a great recipe I will get it to you this afternoon! Off for a motorcycle ride this morning.
SANTACLAUS
Oct 5, 2014
Thank you, and go careful on your motorbike, hope you have a pleasant LO L Santa.
trynfindit
Oct 5, 2014
If we make it to England next year I'll bring you the mix we use. Yes, it's a mix, but I add stuff to it.
trynfindit
Oct 6, 2014
You know, Santa, since y'all have so many American products over there you may be able to buy the mix over there. It's the Jiffy Cornbread Mix.
SANTACLAUS
Oct 9, 2014
Yes we do have lots of American products, just wrote it down, will give it a try and let you know the outcome.And we are looking forward to your visit hope you have made your badge, ordered some sun for your visit. L O L Santa.
trynfindit
Oct 9, 2014
When you make up the mix, add 1/2 cup applesauce (I use unsweetened applesauce) to the mix and use either whole milk or half-and-half. I also add about a teaspoon of sugar; it doesn't make it real sweet, just adds a tiny bit of extra flavor. I bake it (don't remember the temp) in an 8" iron frying pan for about 20-25 min.

I don't know if y 'all use iron frying pans much in your neck of the woods but I wouldn't be able to cook without mine. I have an 8" and two 10" frying pans (skillets).
dbnc2
Oct 9, 2014
I have several different size iron pans and love using them
but sorry to say but they are getting harder for me to lift
SANTACLAUS
Oct 28, 2014
Trynfindit Yes we do have frying pans and skillets, use my frying pans quite often, they have never been off the stove this week as we have had some workmen here and they are doing a great job so we have to look after these good workmen when they look after our property, bacon butties for their break, hence the frying pan.Have not come across it has yet but still looking.dbnc2 they have lots of lighter frying pans out at the moment and they are nice to have when you are doing lots of jobs with them.
judipd
Oct 11, 2014
Love cornbread give me honey and butter to put on it great with bean soup
cindyj28
Oct 6, 2014
Good puzzle, and I too like cornbread. but I really like the placemat under the pan. I love the contrast.
dbnc2
Oct 6, 2014
Me too blue is my favorite color
cindyj28
Oct 7, 2014
I too like blue, but I think it was the contrast that caught me.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Oct 7, 2014
The cornbread sure looks tempting and mouth-watering.
trynfindit
Oct 5, 2014
Now THAT'S my idea of yummy. Warm cornbread baked in an iron frying pan and spread with butter when done. That's just how I make ours.
CatLadyOKC
Oct 5, 2014
I use the jiffy mix, but sometimes add things, we like it and I only have to make 6 muffins which is just the right amount. I also like them with applebutter on them...
trynfindit
Oct 6, 2014
Oh CatLady, you got right to my heart (and my tummy) when you said you like apple butter on your cornbread. We discovered that when we ate at a restaurant in a small North Carolina town.

I use the jiffy mix too, but I add 1/2 a cup of applesauce to the mix, and use half-and-half or whole milk. My kids say I make the best cornbread ever.
shadyday
Oct 6, 2014
Makes me hungry the way u put that with the apple butter, yum
CatLadyOKC
Oct 6, 2014
Will have to try that, but I use skim milk found one that still tastes like milk, but really cut down on my cholestrol big time...also I'm a good applebutter eater. Have been borderline on cholestrol & sugar for a number of year and the last two years have been my best results.
trynfindit
Oct 6, 2014
Since we don't eat cornbread a great deal, maybe once a week if that, I use the whole milk. It's only about 1/3 to 1/2 cup (don't remember which the mix calls for) so I don't worry much about it. I do wish the makers of apple butter would make it in small jars, though; a little goes a long way.
shadyday
Oct 6, 2014
Back in the day, my grand mother made us a pot of black eyed peas and skillet of corn bread. That was some good eating.
micki
Oct 5, 2014
Not to be a spoil sport, but I prefer a nice warm and crusty French bread.
toadalove
Oct 5, 2014
Love it!
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