Amazingly Moist Cornbread Print Serves: 9 So often cornbread is too dry. This one is very moist and delicious. Enjoy with your main meal or for breakfast or dessert. If you made the Spring Greens with Ramps, Potatoes and Bacon you can use your remaining bacon fat in this recipe. Ingredients
INGREDIENTS FROM FARMERS TO YOU:
ADDITIONAL PANTRY ITEMS:
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees
- Butter/oil and flour an 8 or 9 inch square baking pan.
So this recipe does not technically qualify as a side dish (maybe for some people!), but these tasty nuts can show up just about anywhere. Here are a bunch of possibilities: in your hand for a snack, tossed in a salad, chopped and sprinkled on top of roasted or steamed vegetables, as a garnish for soup, on top of a scoop of ice cream for a quick sundae, on a cheese plate with some fine cheese and apple slices, sprinkled on an apple crisp, chopped with garlic and olive oil and tossed with pasta for a quick weeknight meal, stirred into a banana bread batter, layered in a breakfast parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh or dried fruit, on a holiday dessert platter with cookies and chocolate, etc…
These nuts transform something simple into something a bit more special.
Mashed potatoes seem essential to the Thanksgving plate. Other foods may come and go, but those potatoes are somehow a blank canvas for all the other delectable flavors and textures. Everyone has different ideas about what constitutes perfect mashed potatoes – as they should. So to say that there’s a “perfect” recipe would be a fallacy. Rather, make them according to your own tastes considering these three things: type of potato, richness and consistency.
Roast chicken is the ultimate. Poached chicken is equally as delightful for several reasons. I love the delicate texture of the meat. You are left with a large pot of good chicken stock which can serve as a base for a soup or a stew. Poaching a chicken is great year round and any seasonal veg may be added right to the pot with the chicken as it nears the end of cooking time. And because the chicken is shredded, you have the luxury of leftover chicken for an additional meal or two depending on how many you are cooking for.
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I’m always looking for something simple, special, and nutritious to start the day for my family. Pancakes are always a favorite and these bump up the whole grain intake and add blueberries for a tart sweetness – also a good antioxidant.
Based on the recipe in the cooking bible that is The Joy of Cooking, a few small adjustments make these a full FTY event. On the plate above you’ll see Jack’s cornmeal and whole wheat flour (you could also use his butter), Eric’s eggs, Adam’s berries, honey from Chas, and a splash of milk from Earl and Amy.