Do you remember old fashioned cornbread dressing? Some people call it dressing others call it stuffing. But whatever you call it – it’s moist, dense yet fluffy and flavorful. Oh yeah, THATdressing! It’s beyond simple to make yourself. It starts with a day-old pan of cubed & air-dried cornbread. Then magic happens.
I’ve all but quit buying commercially-produced hamburger buns wrapped in disposable plastic. I’d much rather bake them fresh in my own kitchen. It’s healthier, it’s lower waste, it’s cheaper and (thankfully) it’s easier than you think!
I typically use my standard Honey/Oat Sandwich Bread recipe. And I like to use my bread machine to do most of the work for me, it’s a tremendous shortcut y’all. But a bread machine’s not necessarily needed.
With the buying frenzy going on in many of our grocery stores these days, more and more people are having difficulty finding fresh bread. The good news is – bread can be very easy to make, even for the novice baker!
Since I’m baking bread so often I went looking for ways to shorten my bread-baking tasks. Let me tell ya, whether using a bread machine or mixing & baking it up the old fashioned way, these shortcuts make homemade bread a breeze!
Looking for a no-knead free-form bread? Enter this homemade boule bread. The crust is nice & soft thanks to a cup of water tossed into a flat pan on the bottom rack to create steam in the oven as it bakes. Check it out.
This simple, moist and zesty jalapeno cornbread recipe is on tight rotation at our Homestead. This lightly sweet cornbread is baked up fast in a cast-iron skillet. You can leave out the jalapenos if you don’t like spicy food. Either way – your choice!