Source : Food Network
Cornbread has played it’s part in the earliest American history. The native Americans grew and grain corn, and were familiarize with corns versatility, thus, it was widely used for making cakes, breads and even porridge. Then, they started sharing their knowledge with European settlers. Before wheat was founded in the discovery of New World, corn was considered as staple food consumed by Americans.
Source : WiseGeek
Source : Kitchen Kneads
Cornbread is also well-liked by many Southern Americans for its aroma and moisture texture. Cornbread is easy to make and it can be either baked, fried and sometimes infrequently steamed.
The best thing is, cornbread can be paired in many different ways!
Source : Averie Cooks
With Caramelized Apples and Onions
Source : Bon Appetit
French Toast & Strawberry
Source : Southern Bite