Cooking Through The Pioneer Woman’s Cookbook

I tried to up my PW recipe count these last two weeks. I found some new favorites!

I have never liked cornbread.  As in, won’t touch it with a 10 foot pole.  But Jason likes cornbread and this was in the cookbook so I had to cook it sometime.  Let me say, that this cornbread recipe might have pulled me over to a cornbread liker rather than a cornbread hater.  It was moist and warm and not too corny and without any stuff in it.  Jason said maybe my problem with cornbread was that I wasn’t eating it fresh out of the oven like I ate this, but I think it’s just that this recipe is good.  He said this was good but tasted like every other cornbread he’s ever had.  Obviously, he doesn’t know anything about cooking! 🙂  The cornbread was the perfect side to chili.
I couldn’t find this recipe on Ree’s site so email me if you want it.  I’m not a spice girl.  I like spicy things but I prefer something more flavorful than hot.  This chili was very good.  I added water at the end to make it more soupy and less meaty and it turned out great.  I didn’t add any extra seasonings because I thought it was great with just the amount listed in the recipe, but you can always increase the amount of spice to make it how you prefer.  I also added a can of rotel, pinto beans, and red kidney beans into the chili to add more to it.  Very good recipe!

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    April 2, 2010 at 11:56 am

    You’ve been a cornbread hater?!?! I’m so glad you’ve seen the light! I have to agree with Jason on the cornbread though. Most of it tastes pretty similar…but the best is when it comes straight from the oven! Wish I had been there that night!!

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