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Grandma's Savory Cornbread

18 Jan Grandma’s Savory Cornbread

There are without doubt or argument to the fact, two die-hard schools of cornbread. Two sides of the fence that will never reconcile in their disgust when they take a bite of the other's prize-winning heart-pouring passed-down-for-generations recipe. Two simple positions that there is never a gray area: Sweet or Savory cornbread.My family lies squarely in the camp of savory cornbread (which works out quite well for me not having an ounce of a sweet tooth in my bones) and my Grandma's recipe would make a sweet cornbread lover go off on a rant with its onions and chili flakes and and salty butter and minuscule sugar to flour and cornmeal ratio. But damn if it doesn't make me swoon every single time. The ultra crispy crust created by the oil in the piping hot cast iron skillet and the loads of butter inside and slathered on top right before...

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07 Dec Southern Style Hanukkah Potato Latkes

These ain't your Bubbe's Chanukah latkes. Inspired by my trip this week to North Carolina, my traditional potato pancake recipe (based on my dad's famous "potato pancake" recipe) gets a Southern twist with the addition of my Grandma's favorite onion, the Vidalia (she used to eat them like apples), and her "Milk Gravy" (thank you, mom, for walking me through it!). Try it (trust me) and you'll never look at the festival of lights in the same way again. Happy Chanukah to y'all![yumprint-recipe id='60'] ...

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