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Had to substitute water for milk, turned out great! Had with split pea soup. Most of it's gone after just one sitting!

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Annie H June 30, 2003

My family koves it!! Great with melted butter on top. MMMM!!!!!

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Trina601 August 11, 2013

Followed the recipe exactly, baked in cast iron and it turned out perfectly. Tasted exactly like my grandmother's!

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Ms. Sweet February 06, 2013

very nice basic recipe. I wanted something I could make in less than 30 minutes using ingredients i had on hand so this worked out great. It went well with a spicy chili. thanks for posting.

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Mizzy October 15, 2006

A good basic recipe. I'm not a big fan of canned corn or creamed corn in cornbread, so this was just right for me. It cooks pretty fast in my cast iron pan in the oven, I only set my oven at 400 and it was still done in the 20 minutes. Pam

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Pam-I-Am May 29, 2006

This turned out really well. I substituted egg whites for the 2 whole eggs and used 1/4 c. of canola oil instead of butter, and it was great (for my low cholesterol diet!). I added dried tarragon (2 tsp) just to fancy it up a bit. Yummy yummy!

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Wrestler January 13, 2004

this is a great basic recipe. 'Just what I was looking for to serve with home made veggie chile. Some recipies (like Marie Callendars) are good but too sweet to serve with spicy chili. This was easy to make and has a nice "corny" texture.

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Beverly 10 November 06, 2002
Old Fashioned Cornbread