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August 14, 2005

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sean

David--It sure sounds good! The description seems to make it sound like it would possible to attempt it and perhaps have success. Nice job! If I try it I'll let you know. First thing is to get a pan . . .

cindy gullion

Hey: I was needing this recipe to make cornbread for my chicken and dressing that we are havong for dinner. Of course, I could have called my mom or dad and they would have told me exactly what you did. Of course, I hope my cornbread turns out as well as theirs does when they cook it.

The number one rule they use is :

NEVER put eggs in it for dressing and NEVER put eggs in the dressing. It sometimes leaves a rank _____ (Whatever you want to put there)

My dad is a master when it comes to chicken and dressing.

Thanks for the recipe. It was a confirmation of theirs and I did not have to call and ask them. During the holiday season, my mom and dad usually cook about 12 - 14 gallon of dressing for a speacial dinner. That usualy equals out to about 15 pounds of cornmeal. I LOVE WHite Lily S/R Cornmeal Mix and You have their recipe. Just a little of this and a little of that.

Don't forget the seasoned black iron skillet. Could that be part of the success?

Thanks ,

Cindy
an oldest daughter who is learning how to master some good old southern cooking.

Pierre D'antoine

Thank you VERY much for posting this. After sifting through more garbage recipe's han I care to count, finally something I can USE.

kitty RogersI

I am searching for original cornbread dressing recipe that was on whitelily cornmeal bag. Can anyone help me? thanks

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