Day: June 11, 2021

10 Ways to Use Cornbread in Recipes!

Here are another ten inspiring ways to make the heavenly but humble cornbread a little more special.  Cornbread is a staple on many a southern table.  It is light, fluffy, a little sweet, and goes really well with a big pot of chili.

That said, there are other ways to transform your basic cornbread recipe into really creative dishes, such as wonderful waffles or souped-up stuffing.  You can even enjoy cornbread on a raw diet.

Check out these fun and inventive ways to bring a little more cornbread to the table.

1. Cornbread Waffles with Pulled Jackfruit

Cornbread Waffles with Pulled Jackfruit

Source: Cornbread Waffles with Pulled Jackfruit/One Green Planet

Aquafabulous brings you this vegan twist on a Southern classic ‘soul food’. Cornbread Waffles with Pulled Jackfruit, don’t have to be reserved for the breakfast table, especially if you go with the bourbon-spiked maple syrup topping suggestion! Liquid smoke, dijon mustard, maple syrup and tamari

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Kate Middleton’s favourite foods are surprisingly normal: From home-cooked meals to family recipes

Julie Delahaye

When we think of royal menus, we might envisage the height of sophistication. Think decadent banquets, lavish recipes and luxury ingredients. Although the royals do inevitably enjoy an indulgent spread from time to time, you may be surprised to learn that most of the Duchess of Cambridge‘s favourite foods are actually very relatable! 

MORE: Kate Middleton’s daily diet: the Duchess’ breakfast, lunch and dinner

Kate has been known to sample everything from wild geoduck sashimi to ice cream during official engagements and on royal tours, but as a busy mother-of-three, her home-cooked meals are nothing out of the ordinary.

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WATCH: Foods the royals LOVE to eat

Even better, it turns out many of

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Amazing foods born during tough times

Some of the most delicious recipes were invented out of necessity. Faced with a lack of certain ingredients, creative bakers scraped together whatever was in their larder so they could still put bread – or cake – on the table. Resourceful wartime cooks used their rations and their imaginations to come up with tasty meals and make each scrap of food stretch as far as possible. Here are some of the best dishes that were born from hardship and are now firm favorites.

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A combination of elbow macaroni, tinned tomatoes, sweetcorn, beans and chopped hot dogs, Hoover stew emerged during the Great Depression in the 1930s. It was often served in soup kitchens in ‘Hoovervilles’ – shantytowns built by

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