Friday, February 6, 2009

Johnny Cakes

Yes...Johnny Cakes. The recipe I use is one my wonderful, totally cute, adorable and sweeeeet Mother-in-law gave me. She always reminds me that it is my cooking that has packed on the pounds on her beloved son, but then she gave me THIS recipe! Hello?! I still luvs yas babe! :) Anywho...I have pasted a couple collages to show how I more or less bung up a couple things and come up with this divine concoction! :)

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Yes, perhaps I could have said something, but really... silence is golden.
And pardon the dark-ish settings. I am not a PRO! :)


Next time, I will do a video of me making tortillas...that oughta be fun!

2 comments:

  1. Wow, talk about differences. Our johnny cakes here are made with cornmeal and flour and NEVER coconut milk. They are fried on a hot griddle. I bet yours tastes more like a cake while ours is more like cornbread.

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  2. That is different! I watched Alton Brown's travel show in the Caribbean (don't remember where) and this woman made Johnny Cakes, and it was fried!! I was twitching...the SACRILEGE, but then I realized someone watching me bake mine is probably twitching too! Hee hee. We use Johnny Cakes (Journey Cakes)- as a sandwich bread indeed. There is this shop that sells breakfast goodies, and one is called the Full Works - a johnny cake with egg, refried beans, bacon, and cheese. mmm...one of those and you're good for the morning!!

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