>go to Jason's Deli for lunch for first time in a long time >surrounded by planets, mostly women >order a plate for the salad bar and a fruit cup >every other person at the salad bar loading up on cheese, croutons, bacon and ranch >hams going straight for the little cornbread muffins after no doubt having eaten a sandwich consisting only of bread, meat, cheese and some type of spread >chocolate mousse, banana pudding, and several different types of pasta salad now part of the salad bar >drizzle half a ladle of blue cheese over salad while other people pour several ladles on theirs
>>35487555 Cornbread is a gift to mankind, and although the rest of the world likes to heap shit on American cuisine (mostly justified) I feel like it's a crime against humanity that Southern cuisine hasn't really caught on anywhere else, at least not in the UK.
I mean we have sweet bread in the form of Brioche but that's more of a dessert thing whereas cornbread is a savoury
I went on the Backstage Magic tour at Disney World in 2011 which included a meal at the Whispering Canyon Cafe. All-you-can-eat barbecued meats with beans, veggies, cornbread etc. Now I don't usually like barbecued food because I grew up with a father who's idea of barbecuing was "it's not done until it's on fire." This meal was biblical. We were all sat a table together and I was the only Brit there and I was like "JESUS CHRIST HAVE YOU TASTED THIS SHIT" and none of them cared because to them this kind of food is like the equivalent of an English roast dinner.
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