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Old 04-10-2013, 10:54 AM   #1
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Corn bread

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We are in disneyworld at the moment until Saturday.
Having a great time but DS has developed a craving for cornbread !
We found it on the Trials End buffet and at Cape May but we have no more TS meals planned. Does any one know of any CS that do it? We are only on property no car. I know that Flame Tree BBQ used to do it but now you get coleslaw ( he's not impressed with coleslaw!)
ailing that I'm going to have to make some when we get back but I don't think it will taste as good as Trials End ( we has a great meal here 2 bowls of the Apple Charlotte desert)
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:41 AM   #2
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POFQ do it in the food court I think it comes with chicken and ribs meal.

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POFQ do it in the food court I think it comes with chicken and ribs meal.

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yes thats what immediately sprung into my mind as well. Cornbread is a southern thing and POR/FQ tend to have it on their CS offerings from time to time.

On another note...we always get a few boxes of it from Walmart to bring home. The boxes are excellent and its something that turns out really well. (normally I make everything from scratch but these are great quickies)
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:17 PM   #4
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You can also get it in selfridges too if you run out!

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Old 04-10-2013, 01:32 PM   #5
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POFQ has it and so does House of Blues (and yes, you can order it to go - with it's yummy maple butter mmmmmmmmm) I love cornbread!
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Old 04-10-2013, 02:43 PM   #6
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We loved the corn bread at the Hoop de Doo, when we got home i bought the flour from an American shop and followed the recipe but it was nowhere near the same!
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The one selfridges have is a proper corn bread mix in the American section and taste just the same as the one we tried at the hoop de doo! Making me hungry thinking about it now!

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Very excited to hear that- guess i will be off to Selfridges next week.What was the mix called?
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We loved the corn bread at the Hoop de Doo, when we got home i bought the flour from an American shop and followed the recipe but it was nowhere near the same!
The Americans have got the cornbread mixes down to perfection..a lot of the tv chefs/cooks say just to go and buy one. I have also attempted to do my own but like you it just wasn't the same. The mixes in Walmart are so cheap and we stock up on them. We generally add a can of corn puree to it and some fresh chilli and its just fab-u-lous
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Very excited to hear that- guess i will be off to Selfridges next week.What was the mix called?
Can't remember the make but it has corn bread in big letters on the box, and it's really easy to do!

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They have the biscuit mix too that you get in the US for breakfasts!

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Just looked on Amazon...they have some but they just seem so expensive, well compared to the USA..
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The Americans have got the cornbread mixes down to perfection..a lot of the tv chefs/cooks say just to go and buy one. I have also attempted to do my own but like you it just wasn't the same. The mixes in Walmart are so cheap and we stock up on them. We generally add a can of corn puree to it and some fresh chilli and its just fab-u-lous
I buy the jiffy mix in walmart and bring back in the suitcase - costs about 50 cents a box.

Will have to try adding chilli - DH loves fresh chillies
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I make my own cornbread all the time. Have never had it in the US so have nothing to compare it to but friends say that mine tastes perfectly authentic. For those among you who add in extras, try some grated mature cheddar cheese also - delicious!
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I make my own cornbread all the time. Have never had it in the US so have nothing to compare it to but friends say that mine tastes perfectly authentic. For those among you who add in extras, try some grated mature cheddar cheese also - delicious!
ooh...that sounds yummy, will def be adding cheese now as well
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