I'm sitting here at my sons Karate School waiting for my son. A women just walked in smelling like she bathed in coconut milk. I just about gagged on the smell.
My question is, can/do restaurants refuse women from entering, because they smell like someone poured a bottle of perfume over their heads? On several occasions, my family and I have been eating, and the waiter brings a couple to the table next to us and the smell is impossible. I put down my knife and fork and tell the waiter, " thats it, I lost my appetite. I can't stand the smell." And naturally, nothing is done about it. If thats the way they treat a customer, then they loose a tip.
and fell in love with it. It bakes up great and is great re-heated. And it keeps well in the fridge.
First time I made it, I used butter, took it out of the skillet 10 minutes after it was done baking. It had a crisp crust, kept well in the fridge, and stayed together. Yesterday I splurged, I used bacon grease, a cup of creamed corn, a cup of shredded cheddar cheese, 1/4 cup of chopped onions, and a large jalapenio chopped. Cut the milk down to 1 cup. Baked for 30 minutes. Almost heaven. I left it in the pan for about 30 minutes to cool. Crust was not so crisp. I'm guessing the cornbread steamed in the pan. I should have taken it out sooner.
And are there any other ingredients I can add to the cornbread. (I know I might be pushing it, but the more stuffed it is, the more of a meal in itself.)
Thanks for any help.