Food for Friday

What was the name of the restaurant chain that served those drop biscuits that were ever so slightly sweet- and corn-tasting?  I can’t remember the name, but I may have come across their recipe!  Browsing through the Tennessee Hometown Cookbook, I found this one ~ really easy to prepare, and, if they are the biscuits I remember, they are really tasty.
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Tennessee Hometown Cookbook

Sweet Creamed Corn Spoonbread

2 C self-rising flour
1 can cream-style corn
1 T sugar or brown sugar
2 eggs
3/4 C milk

Preheat oven to 400 degrees; lightly grease a cookie sheet.  Mix flour, corn, and sugar together.  In a separate bowl, beat eggs, then add milk.  Mix well;  add to corn mixture.  Stir just until moistened.  Drop by tablespoons onto cookie sheet; bake until golden brown, about 15 minutes.

I think this would be a good one to practice with a child that’s learning to bake, it’s so easy.

I’m now going to share a friend’s recipe for a topping that might be good with these.  It will sound a little strange, but I have had this topping myself and it is ~ strangely delicious!

Jezebel Topping

15 oz apple jelly
15 oz apricot preserves
1 oz can dry mustard
1 jar horse radish, anything but the creamy style – look in the refrigerator section at the market
1 t coarse ground pepper

Mix well.  Spread on something edible.

It’s got that whole sweet-salty thing going on, and I have mad love for that sort of taste.

As I look through the Tennessee Hometown Cookbook, I am impressed with how easy and tasty all the recipes seem to be.  There might be several ingredients, but the instructions are usually no more than 5 or 6 lines long.  Also, the editors have included recipes and photographs from every corner of the state, Memphis to Chattanooga and all points inbetween. 

C = Cup
T = Tablespoon
t = teaspoon

The 9th Annual Saddle Up! Celebration and the 4th Annual Western Jamboree: Cowboys & Indians are happening this weekend here in Pigeon Forge ~ I’ll bet a cowboy has cooked biscuits very similar to these on the trail at one time or another.

Enjoy your weekend! 

~Janet @ The Christmas Place

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