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KITCHEN ELVES AND CHILI~

The temperature dropped to "chilly" status today, so I decided that a big old pot of "chili" would hit the spot.

I had a little kitchen helper.  Landon helped me make Scott's Firehouse Cornbread.  I've shared the recipe before, but just in case you missed it, it's definitely worth a re-post.  It is goooo-oood, (said Cousin Ed style.) 

The recipe is as follows:

2 cups Bisquick                             *Mix all the ingredients in a bowl, and
1/2 cup melted butter                 pour into a greased (I used spray) 8x8
1/2 cup sugar                                pan.  Bake at 350 degrees for 20 or 25
1 cup milk                                      minutes, just until top springs back
2 eggs                                             to the touch.  Butter and devour!!!!
6 tbsp corn meal
(I us Jiffy Mix)
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My little kitchen elf Landon helping make the cornbread.  The little guy is only 4 years old and is already reading some on his own and doing simple math---he keeps me straight!







Two thumbs up for Scott's Firehouse Cornbread!  And yes, that is his glow-in-the-dark spider on the table.  We'll be lucky if it doesn't show up in the pan. 




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