HARD TO BEAT:  Eunices cornbread

You know I’ve been talking about cornbread the past couple of weeks. You’ve probably been thinking about what you’re going to do about that. Well, now you know.


There’s a call for entries out — both for professionals and for amateurs — to be part of the inaugural Cornbread Festival, coming up November 5th. Prizes will be awarded for the best cornbread in three categories — traditional (that’s unsweet, of course), sweet and non-traditional (that’s if you put crazy stuff like blueberries or oranges in it). Amateurs and professionals will be judged separately. All the details are on the press release, on the jump.

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