I love to bake & have several bread recipes, both quick & yeast, including some from my great gramma's wedding book. The trickiest part of yeast breads is rise time. I've found that a heavy ceramic bowl is ideal. You fill the bowl with hot water & let it "soak" until you're ready to rise the dough. Then wipe it dry, lightly grease it, put in the dough ball, cover it with a "flour sack" type dish towel & set it in a warm spot. I've found the back edge of the top of the fridge works well. The best place is a gas oven with a pilot light but most don't have those any more. You can also heat your oven to no more than 100°, turn it off & put the bowl in there. Dont forget to lightly grease both the bowl & the dough ball & don't let the dough ball or the yeast get cool as that will retard it's growth. Have fun & good luck!
Thanks for the tip!
Did it again Ron!
You have changed my CornBread!
Grandmas is way better than Jiffy! you all must give it a try.
It is moist and sweet and the deep color just makes it look more tasty as well!
They only problem I have with the recipe,
It says it serves 9
I think they meant Chickens certainly not 9 humans
I don't even think that will cut into 9 pieces! Looks like the most would be four?