This Keto Cornbread is sure to knock your socks off, it’s a wonderful low carb alternative to the southern classic. Growing up cornbread was a staple around our house, so much so that we had a cast iron skillet devoted to cornbread. Nothing else was allowed to be cooked in that skillet, and the bottom of it was slicker than owl snot (I love southern colloquialisms). We ate cornbread on the side of so many dishes, but it was most commonly served with soup beans and collard greens, which is about as stereotypical a southern meal as they come.
if you’ve been following Cast Iron Keto on social media, you may have seen the news that my grandmother pssed away in the middle of August. She made the best cornbread, and she also had the best adages and colloquialisms. She worked as a nurse for over 50 years and at the funeral home one of the doctors she worked with had a list of these "Roxie-isms" he had typed up and printed out. Some off these are a little... colorful, so as my Nana would say "Pardon my French", but I thought I would take this opportunity to share a few of my favorites:
- I believe in cussing when you’re mad and scratching when you’re itching
- I’m as cold as a well diggers butt crack in January
- I was as nervous as a long tail cat in a room full of rocking chairs
- He was shaking like a dog shittin’ a peach seed
- What do you know? I know 100lbs of flour will make a damn big biscuit.
- Never kick a fresh turd on a warm day
- I’ve ate so much cheese, I’ll have to board my butt up to keep the rats out.
- If a frog had wings, he wouldn’t bump his ass every time he jumped
- I’m as hungry as a woodpecker in a steel mill
I’d love to hear your favorite southern (or not so southern) saying in the comment section below
Anyway, about the cornbread... I took the liberty to add some jalapeños to mine, but it is just ast good without them if you’re in the mood for something a little milder. If you want a killer comfort meal it pairs great with these pork belly collard greens, keto fried chicken, or this keto version of mashed potatoes and gravy