If you like cornbread you are going to LOVE this corncake! This corncake has a story. On our last trip to NYC we went to a Met’s game. My husband went with me on this trip and that was pretty much the one and only thing he wanted to do when we were in New York so how could I say no. We took the train over to Queens and went to the game. Fortunately for me, it was a quick game because I was looking forward to what we [Continue Reading…]
You’ll never know this is gluten free cornbread. Great texture and taste. Yesterday I shared a yummy slow cooker double beef chili recipe with you. As far as I’m concerned you can’t serve chili without cornbread. And at our house, cornbread must be made in a cast iron skillet! Of course, if you don’t have one you can make it in an 8 x 8 baking dish but I think things taste better when they’ve been cooked in cast iron and I just like the way the cast iron skillet [Continue Reading…]
I am sharing a fun salad over at I Heart Naptime today. It is full of fun flavors and textures. Mexican Cornbread Salad was definitely a potluck hit! Come on over and visit.
Skillet Cornbread is easy to make and the crispy edges are delicious! I love cooking in my cast iron skillet. It makes me feel like a pioneer. Like a “real” cook. I have three cast iron skillets that stay stacked inside each other on my stove top at all times. I like they way they look. I also have no room for them in my pot and pan cupboard! It just makes me happy to see them there- just getting better with age. Just like me 🙂 Is that [Continue Reading…]
A few years ago I read the book Julie and Julia : 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen It was about a woman, named Julie who decided to make all 524 recipes in Julia Child’s Mastering The Art of French Cooking, in one year – 365 days in her tiny New York apartment. She blogged and cooked her way through the year – accomplishing her goal and then wrote a book about it. In fact I never knew what a blog was until I read her book! Being [Continue Reading…]