This recipe is the original recipe from the great Redstone restaurant in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They are well known for their delicious cornbread and Maple Butter. Absolutely the best cornbread you'll ever taste!!!
Here is a recipe that I remember the most about my mom's baking. She has it committed to memory. I am glad I did get it out of her. It is a very easy recipe to make. I hope your family gets as much enjoyment out of it as mine does.
I live in Savannah, Georgia, and have encountered these biscuits straight from The Lady & Sons restaraunt. They're incredible! At my former workplace, we had the Lady & Sons cater lunches for training seminars and these were always the first to disappear. This is from a recipe that ran in the Savannah Morning News a few years ago. The sharp cheddar is my preference, although the original recipe simply states "cheddar". If making the jumbo, ice-cream scoop biscuits, this will make about four.
This is in response to a discussion on the boards, because the ingredient of the month is "beer". I haven't tried it yet, myself, but it does sound good. I think 1 cup Rye flour could also be substituted for 1 cup of the bread flour. Hope you enjoy it and would really appreciate hearing how it turns out if you decide to make it. Thanks. This could also be made using traditional bread making methods. Makes one 1 1/2 lb loaf.
If you love corn bread, try this one! Its better than any iron chef's! Moist and yummy! The corn flavor is awesome! Garnish it with hot maple syrup with cinnamon sprinkled on top NOTE: Its very dense and moist, not your typical dry, coarse corn bread.