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Don’t know but I grew up eating molasses like honey and added to things for a change up
Well back then they used cornbread like a cake. And put chocolate gravy and other things on top. Like they done biscuits.
I remember my dad talking about eating corn bread and syrup ,I do not put sugar in my cornbread.
Yes, it is!
We never put sugar or molasses in our cornbread batter or biscuit dough, but dipped up lots of honey, sorghum, molasses or golden egal syrup with them. And we did have buttered biscuits with sugar in them. mmmmmmm good
My granny always put a little of Golden Eagle in hers.
I make cornbread with pumpkin purée and honey sometimes. It’s really good.
My mother always used corn mill, flour and butter milk or water if we had no milk greased pan. Nothing else and for damn sure not eggs!!!!