Corn Bread | Recipe Records | Ancestry

Corn Bread | Recipe Records | Ancestry



Did you know Newspapers.com records are filled with delicious recipes that are easy to make? Whip up a simple cornbread recipe to serve with any weeknight meal. This classic recipe comes from The Maui News in 1917, and takes less than 30 minutes to make. Slather some butter and honey on top, or enjoy a slice on the side of a piping hot bowl of chili. You can’t go wrong!

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2 Comments

  1. While living in Alabama for a while I was shown how to use an cast iron pan to bake corn bread. You first heat the pan in the oven then oil it or oil the pan then heat in oven before you pour in the batter. This first step makes a big differance in the taste of the same recipe. I don't make it any other way since I tasted it baked this way. Thank you for the video. Hugs!

  2. I grew up on savory cornbread. No sugar.

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