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Corn Bread (Bear’s Favorite)

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Missed this one Bear sounds similar to something the Amish make called baked corn I have the recipe will have to post it sometime.

Down here its corn bread and fish with stewed tomatoes and greens. yum!!

Warren
Thank You Warren!!

All the Great Fishing water you guys got down there has to add a bunch of Fish to your menus!

BTW: Up until I found this Corn Bread Recipe, the best Corn Bread I ever had was in my High School's Cafeteria.  Now That's Sad !!!

Bear
 

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I made this today to go with the Ham and Beans I made with the extras from my last double smoked ham.

My dad always made the best sweet cornbread I remember sneaking some out of the fridge the next morning and it would have a glaze on it just like a donut.

Sadly I lost my dad before I really got into cooking so I never learned his recipe, but I can tell you this is pretty darn close! I am not sure if any will last long enough for me to find out if it gets a glaze on it overnight or not.

Yet another great meal thanks to Bear.
 

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I made this today to go with the Ham and Beans I made with the extras from my last double smoked ham.

My dad always made the best sweet cornbread I remember sneaking some out of the fridge the next morning and it would have a glaze on it just like a donut.

Sadly I lost my dad before I really got into cooking so I never learned his recipe, but I can tell you this is pretty darn close! I am not sure if any will last long enough for me to find out if it gets a glaze on it overnight or not.

Yet another great meal thanks to Bear.

Thank You Pete!!
I know what you mean. My Dad wasn't a Cook, but he was raised on a Farm, and he could tell which Wild Mushrooms were good & which were bad. I wish I would have paid attention when I was a kid, but we all picked them & he sorted & washed them. I have never since, had any Mushrooms that melted in my mouth like those did.
And Thanks for the Like.

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Looks great Bear, I'll have to try it sometime. :)
LOL---Thanks Jim!!
Like I said, "You're the guy I stole this recipe from & I love it !!":D

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All these CB look great but being diabetic I shy away from most of the sugar,another use that I love is cornbread salad,look it up and you will be hooked.going to make some smoked CB soon and use it to make this side
 

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Corn Bread (Bear’s Favorite)

I had to steal this Recipe from my Buddy Jim (SmokinOutBack), because it sounded just like what I’ve been looking for.
I was right, it is Great, so I decided to do a Step by Step of it, and Jim said I should do one (Thanks Jim).

I’ve been trying Recipes for Corn Bread for years, and none of them were what I was looking for——They were all too dry for me.
I always have to put butter on top, and heat the pieces to melt the butter.
This Recipe has plenty of butter in the mix, so none is needed to be added later.

Here is the Recipe:
2 Boxes of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix (8.5 oz each).
1 Can of Creamed Corn (about 15 oz).
6 Eggs (I used 5 because they were on the Large side).
1 Cup of Sugar.
8 oz of Sour Cream.
2 Sticks of Real Butter (Melted).

Whisk everything together in a bowl, Spray Pam in a 9” X 12” foil pan, and pour the mixture in.
Bake at 350° for 45 to 50 minutes (Check with Toothpick).
Remove & allow to cool.
That’s Basically it——If it was hard to do, I probably wouldn’t do it.

Thanks for stopping in, and Thanks again to “SOB” too!!!

Bear


All the Ingredients used:
View attachment 340931


Gotta spray your pan with “Pam” or a similar coating:
View attachment 340932


I got this Mixer more that 47 years ago, and it still works Great !!!
View attachment 340933


After mixing, pour into Buttered 9” X 12” Foil Pan:
View attachment 340934


Remove from Oven & allow to cool:
View attachment 340935


Closer look, with 2 pieces missing:
View attachment 340936


Test piece—Best I ever ate:
View attachment 340937


While making the Corn Bread, we had some Visitors (Picture taken from Bear's Bedroom Window):
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Corn Bread (Bear’s Favorite)

I had to steal this Recipe from my Buddy Jim (SmokinOutBack), because it sounded just like what I’ve been looking for.
I was right, it is Great, so I decided to do a Step by Step of it, and Jim said I should do one (Thanks Jim).

I’ve been trying Recipes for Corn Bread for years, and none of them were what I was looking for——They were all too dry for me.
I always have to put butter on top, and heat the pieces to melt the butter.
This Recipe has plenty of butter in the mix, so none is needed to be added later.

Here is the Recipe:
2 Boxes of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix (8.5 oz each).
1 Can of Creamed Corn (about 15 oz).
6 Eggs (I used 5 because they were on the Large side).
1 Cup of Sugar.
8 oz of Sour Cream.
2 Sticks of Real Butter (Melted).

Whisk everything together in a bowl, Spray Pam in a 9” X 12” foil pan, and pour the mixture in.
Bake at 350° for 45 to 50 minutes (Check with Toothpick).
Remove & allow to cool.
That’s Basically it——If it was hard to do, I probably wouldn’t do it.

Thanks for stopping in, and Thanks again to “SOB” too!!!

Bear


All the Ingredients used:
View attachment 340931


Gotta spray your pan with “Pam” or a similar coating:
View attachment 340932


I got this Mixer more that 47 years ago, and it still works Great !!!
View attachment 340933


After mixing, pour into Buttered 9” X 12” Foil Pan:
View attachment 340934


Remove from Oven & allow to cool:
View attachment 340935


Closer look, with 2 pieces missing:
View attachment 340936


Test piece—Best I ever ate:
View attachment 340937


While making the Corn Bread, we had some Visitors (Picture taken from Bear's Bedroom Window):
View attachment 340938

Gonna be doing some ribs on Monday (rain all weekend on East Coast).
Already asked my Mixer of 27 yrs to pick up fixings so I can get a batch done while smoking the ribs.
Looks great. Can’t wait. Thanks
 

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Gonna be doing some ribs on Monday (rain all weekend on East Coast).
Already asked my Mixer of 27 yrs to pick up fixings so I can get a batch done while smoking the ribs.
Looks great. Can’t wait. Thanks

Sounds Great, Yogi!!!
Amazing how some of those Mixers hold up. I got one for almost 50 years, and a Dishwasher Too!!
Have some Tasty Ribs & Corn Bread on Monday!

Bear
 

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Bear, that cornbread looks good. I saved the recipe. I had one before that used cheddar cheese, bacon and jalapenos that was good. But my wife didn't like the jalapenos in it. I saved that recipe you posted.
 

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Bear, that cornbread looks good. I saved the recipe. I had one before that used cheddar cheese, bacon and jalapenos that was good. But my wife didn't like the jalapenos in it. I saved that recipe you posted.

That's Great !!
Let me know how you like it.
Like I said, it was the first one we ever made that I liked.

Bear
 

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I've made this so many times I had to share it on youtube. I did give you (Bearcarver) credit, let me know if you want me to take it down. However I did "smoke" it in my Traeger with some Applewood and it turned out great, there was a hint of applewood.
 

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I've made this so many times I had to share it on youtube. I did give you (Bearcarver) credit, let me know if you want me to take it down. However I did "smoke" it in my Traeger with some Applewood and it turned out great, there was a hint of applewood.
Looks Great!!
No problem with it.
Nice Job.

Bear
 

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Love cornbread!

I have only ever made it in my cast iron skillets, but I think i'll give your recipe/process a try.
 

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Love cornbread!

I have only ever made it in my cast iron skillets, but I think i'll give your recipe/process a try.

Thank You Bill !!
Let me know how you like it !

Bear
 

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