Cornbread Dressing

December 20, 2011

by Beth

This is required at all of our family holiday meals. I learned how to do it by watching my Nanaw make it. Well seasoned iron skillet required.

Since I will be celebrating Christmas with my children this year, my mom and I are fighting over custody of the iron skillet (she’ll be making it for the rest of the family.)

Serve it with dinner and good gravy. Note: Your cardiologist might delight in the potential new business after you consume this treat!

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Beth

Marathoner (hey! I did complete the Nashville Rock'n'Roll Marathon! -- never again!), peregrino (Via Frances, Camino de Santiago de Compostela 2013), techie behind famvin.org for over 20 years now, mother to David, Marie and Daniel, Mémère to Lily, Ella, Genevieve, Henry, Avery, Luke and Claire, Catholic Christian (when I get frustrated and want to leave the RC I find myself asking "But where would I go?"), Auburn Tiger (War Eagle!), retired from Auburn University Libraries, and after 44 years, I'm still married to JP.

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