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Whole foods version of Jiffy Cornbread Casserole

My family has always enjoyed Jiffy Cornbread Casserole, but now that we've switched to a more whole foods diet I'm looking for a recipe that will give me a similar result without all the processed ingredients (Jiffy mix & canned corn). Anyone out there have a recipe or a suggestion for where I might look? I've listed the ingredients for the traditional recipe below.

1 egg
1 box Jiffy cornbread mix
1 stick butter, melted
1 cup (8 oz.) sour cream
1 can cream corn
1 can whole kernel corn~drained

May 07, 2012
tl4man in Home Cooking

Eating in Charleston, Columbia, & Santee w/ kids

Just thinking it's a bit pricey to take all the kids...and worried a little about the younger 2 after a full day of sight-seeing.

Apr 10, 2012
tl4man in Southeast

Eating in Charleston, Columbia, & Santee w/ kids

I've seen some great things about Motor Supply...too bad I don't think it will work for the kids. I'll have to check out Pawley's. Thanks for the suggestions!

Apr 09, 2012
tl4man in Southeast

Eating in Charleston, Columbia, & Santee w/ kids

Thanks for the info on Julia's. Long waits definitely aren't going to work for us! We're not necessarily opposed to chains...especially since we don't have either one of those in Ohio. I'll have to check out the menus.

Apr 09, 2012
tl4man in Southeast

Eating in Charleston, Columbia, & Santee w/ kids

I've seen a few good things about Mojito's. Any idea if they have a menu online that I could check out? My boys are looking forward to the zoo :)

Apr 09, 2012
tl4man in Southeast

Eating in Charleston, Columbia, & Santee w/ kids

Thanks Sue! Fleet Landing looks great...especially if my boys might see a dolphin. We'll be driving in each day from Santee so it looks like we'll check out Poe's or Mustasrd Seed. I'm jsut going to have to convince them to go to Fat Hen, everything I've heard has just been fantastic. Hopefully McCabes will be open :) I really appreciate your input!

I hope someone can offer advice on Columbia...or else we might have to switch to one more day in Charleston just to try more restaurants!

Apr 05, 2012
tl4man in Southeast

Eating in Charleston, Columbia, & Santee w/ kids

We will be staying in Santee the week of Memorial Day and are trying to plan, as best we can, where we'll be eating during our stay. We'll be spending 3 days in Charleston, 1 in Columbia, and 1 in Santee. There are 7 of us (me, Mr. 4man, our boys (ages 4,7,&9), and my parents). We will have a car so travel isn't a problem. We'd like to stay in the $10-$15 entree price range and kid-friendly atmosphere since our boys will be with us the whole time. (no Husk, FIG, SNOB...sigh) Here's what I've got figured out so far, further advice and suggestions please!

Sunday - Spending the day in downtown Charleston, looking for lunch suggestions in walking distance of the Market. Jestine's, Charleston Crab House, Aaron's Deli???

Monday (Memorial Day) - Heading out to Patriot's Point. Trying to decide if we should get breakfast coming in (Charleston's Cafe) or dinner on the way out (Poe's Tavern or Queen Anne's Revenge)??

Tuesday - Spending the day at the zoo in Columbia. Not much luck finding anything in our price range that sounds good for dinner (something other than BBQ). Julia's German Stammtisch??

Wednesday - Back to Charleston for a day at Folly Beach. Trying to decide where to go for dinner. I'm leaning toward Fat Hen. My dad wants to go to Home Team BBQ since they'll have live Blues that night. Maybe Bowens??

Thursday - Leaving Santee, planning to stop at McCabe's BBQ for late lunch/early dinner.

Sorry for the super long post!

Apr 05, 2012
tl4man in Southeast