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FWD: Famine, War and Drought

On Glenda The Good Foodie Blog, we focus on food and how to eat healthy.  I want to stop and focus on FWD

Hunger is one thing and famine is yet another.  There are people on this globe who have no food.  When we say, “I have nothing to eat.” We mean, we have nothing in the fridge that we have a taste for.

Please take time to watch this video and do what you can.

Holidays, Ideas, Recipes

My Gluten-Free Cornbread Recipe

I have tried gluten-free cornbread mixes and one thing these gluten-free mixes have in common with  regular cornbread mixes have in common is that the final result is  soft and sweet, like cake.  I don’t like soft, cake-like texture.  I was forced to come up with a recipe that ends with a firmer cornbread that will give me dressing that is firm enough to cut into squares.  I remember the recipe my mom taught me.  I added my own touch to make this recipe mine.

Glenda’s Gluten-Free Cornbread

2 cups Yellow  Cornmeal

1 cup yellow corn flour

2 teaspoons Aluminum Free Baking Powder

2 eggs or 1/2 cup of Eggbeaters (R)

1 cup almond milk

1/4 cup olive oil


How to put it all together:

1. Put all dry ingredients together in a bowl

2. Combine all wet ingredients into another bowl.

3.  Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients slowly.  Stir by hand or use a hand mixer until all the dry ingredients

are added.

4.  Add water to make the consistency you want.

5.  Pour ! Tbsp olive in the pan you will the cornbread in.  Spread the olive over the entire bottom of the pan.

6.  Pour the cornbread mixture in the pan into the 300 degrees pre-heated oven until brown.  Approximately 30 minutes.

Once done, let the cornbread cool down.


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Guest post written by my buddy Aldo Mays

I was surfing through our direct TV channels the other night and stopped on the cooking channel. I am not a great cook, but I love sweets and I love to bake. I rarely have time to bake anymore now that I am working full-time and have two kids. However, on the show that I watched on the cooking channel, I learned how to make the most amazing chocolate cake. I wrote down the recipe and made it the next morning and it was as good as it looked on TV. It uses candy bars in the icing and the cake part is the most fluffy and moist cake I have ever tasted. My husband does not like sweets, but I convinced him to eat a piece of the cake and when he did, he agreed that it was amazing. I think I will take it to my in laws house for the holidays this year. My mother-in-law always asks me to bring a dessert to every family function. I do not know if she thinks that is the only thing I know how to make or if she just enjoys my desserts. Either way, I will be showing off my new cake recipe soon.