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COF comments on what isn't Kentucky Cornbread

Comments re photo 76609 Epicurean Kentuckian Good luck food New Years Day 2018 COF writes:
Well thet's a first!
Nevah knowed there ta be a SQUARE pone afore.
Most Black Iron I've seen has a certain circularity to it.
Might could be thet ain't really corn bread but one of them thar Yankee concoctions they calls johnny cakes. COF at Dun Roman High O'er Beautiful Downtown Knifley Where our momma's teached us not ta fool with the Natural Order. --COF
Thanks, COF - Don't know about that, but if Yankees can make as good a cornbread as that was on New Year's Day, more glory to Northerners. It was crusty and good. Perfect with the blackeyed peas. And crusty the way my mother's Knifley-derived cornbread recipe was. - EW



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