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"This was a great way to use up starter discard and had a wonderful texture. I personally like my cornbread a little sweeter, but I bet with just a little extra honey or sugar they would be close to perfect."
"These were really great! They were a bit too buttery, so I would cut the butter down by 25% next time, but wow, these were a great way to use up some frozen rolls I had hanging around the freezer."
"Fluffy light and amazing. Air-light scones, perfect base for recipes. I did 1/3 cup sugar, a teaspoon of vanilla and 1/2 cup dried cranberries (soaked in some boiling water for a few minutes before stirring them in) and sprinkled with some coarse vanilla-sugar."
"This is SUCH a wonderful recipe! I make this into muffins and mini muffins for freezing and having later. So tasty, prefect level of spices and wonderfully moist."
"Now THIS is some great cornbread! A friend of mine remarked that it was the best cornbread he has ever tasted. I didn't change anything, but maybe will try it with some jalapeno or cheese next time just to change it up. ** update** I now cook this in my cast iron skillet. I just mix the oil and butter and heat to medium high, then pour in the batt..."
"The textbook definition of comfort food! The only thing I changed was to add some garlic and a poblano pepper I had lying around. Wonderfun, will absolutely be making this again."
"Really tasty, made 2X more dredge and coating than I needed. Wish I had more tomatoes to use it up. I think next time I will go for slightly thinner slices. Was awesome served with some homemade apricot hot pepper jelly."
"This was AWESOME!!! I didn't have cajun seasoning on hand, so used Old Bay which I love and it goes perfectly with shrimp AND corn. Everyone loved the combination of flavors and its nice to have a side dish for BBQs that isn't run of the mill."
"I didn't have parsnips or leeks on hand, so just added some extra carrots and potatoes. Also instead of beefstock and the ale, I used a 16 oz. can of strongbow cider. I think that pouring the honey on top of the roast, then putting the garlic on top is SO key for the full flavor. I roasted in a dutch oven and this was one of my favorite roasts to ..."
"I also don't stock bisquick so this was perfect! I subbed butter for the shortening and put garlic powder into the mix. Thanks to the other commenter, I mixed the cheese in with the dry ingredients so I wouldn't over mix. Turned out perfect!!"