So, I'm not going to give a corn bread recipe because I think everyone has their favorite and we don't want any ugliness, lol.
Just use the one you love, and add 4 TBS of mild green chiles to it. You can even use medium chiles. Or the spicy ones. See how easy I am?
Did you catch it yet? No? Well, the post is all about my cute little cast iron pan! Cast iron is hard to find here in the PNW. What we have, we keep. And anything corn bread related is extra hard to find because most people just don't eat cornbread. Not our thing. Never has been. Biscuits, maybe. Fresh baked bread, definitely. Cornbread? Not so often.
But I consoled myself with home made caramel sauce! I saw it on Pinterest and was a little skeptical, but it worked. I boiled a can of sweetened condensed milk on a pot of water for three hours. Delicious! Make sure the water covers the cans at all times. After three hours, remove the cans and place in cool water for about twenty minutes. Open and enjoy!
you all here during the artisan savory pumpkin rolls. ) Her daddy, a cellar master, is in the middle of "punch down" at the vineyard so we didn't get to see him, but we'll catch up with him next time. Anyway, every time I see her I want to squeeeeeze her! Those little chubby arms, that soft baby hair, that tiny voice and those sparkly red mary janes... I didn't get a picture of the mary janes. She was too busy playing with our old Fisher Price toys. I played with them, my kids played with them, and now the "next generation" is loving these great toys. And soon, Franny's new baby sister or brother will play with them!
Until next time! Feel free to drop by my facebook page at Pride, Prejudice and Cheese Grits or my blog at The Things That Last!