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Old 11-08-2012, 06:20 PM   #21
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haven't made any cornbread in years, addie? by all means, i think you should go for it, and make some tonight to go with your chowder! you want to keep your hand in, i always say--that way you won't be losing your touch. besides, addie, you know i had first dibs on luckytrim's cornbread, now dontcha?....
I am going to make it tomorrow. Spike loves it and so do I. I make it northern style. With sugar.
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I am going to make it tomorrow. Spike loves it and so do I. I make it northern style. With sugar.

mmmm--sounds good, addie. i like northern style, too....
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mmmm--sounds good, addie. i like northern style, too....
I have friends from the South that are horrified that I put sugar in it. I have asked them if they ever tasted it. "No." So I gave them the recipe and asked them to just try it once. Every Southern person I have given the recipe to, have become converts. Corn is naturally sweet. The sugar just enhaces that.
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