Nothing says southern barbecue like cornbread. But when your plate is full of delicious ribs and other barbecue favourites, who has room to spare for cornbread? I know, I know, thats why you have two hands, silly! (I am sure that you’re using different words than silly, but let’s be professional here.) Well, I am personally one for:
A.) Filling my plate with as much delicious barbecue as I can, those carbs can take a back seat, and
B.) Wonderful desserts after a filling savoury dinner.
So you can see why THIS cornbread can wait until after the main event. Even if it is an event all of its own.
Note: At this point, the cornbread can be frozen for up to 3 weeks.
Bourbon Pecan Caramel Sauce
This recipe is a great ending to a barbecue. Or on its own as a treat. Not to mention the sauce is fantastic for over ice cream, on waffles, or just about anywhere else you can think of. You can also put any fruit that you want with this recipe, not just bananas. So the next time you’re in the mood to celebrate barbecue with some quasi-traditional eats, give this recipe a try.
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