The recipe for this one comes from The Table at Gray Gables, compiled by Linda Brooks Jones. Gray Gables has been a bed and breakfast located in Rugby, a rural area in East Tennessee. It is a wonderful place to visit.
Try this one! I think you'll love it just as we do!
Sounds tasty, with a chunk of butter, of course! Thanks for sharing, and have a terrific Thursday, Sister!ReplyDelete
Your corn bread looks very tasty. I like that it has two cheeses in it. I would spike it up with a bit of Jalapeno pepper for good measure.ReplyDelete
That looks hearty and delicious.ReplyDelete
Mmmmmmm:) Hug BReplyDelete
Sounds really good!ReplyDelete
Yummy, every thing looks so good. : )ReplyDelete
Sounds interesting! My Shug says his Aunt Evelyn made the best cornbread ever. I say phhbbbtttt!!!!!! Ok I could be a tad jealous!ReplyDelete