Mama’s Mouth-Watering Cornbread Dressing Recipe

Today, I’m her to share a mouth-watering cornbread dressing recipe with you.

Our family tradition is turkey and dressing at Thanksgiving but not at Christmas; however, I  know that many of you have turkey and dressing at Christmas.

Therefore, I wanted to share this recipe before Thanksgiving so you might try it for either holiday.

Normally, I make my cornbread dressing from memory just like my Mom did it.  A few years ago a co-worker, Steve and I both volunteered to make cornbread dressing for our office’s Thanksgiving luncheon.  For the sake of consistency I asked Steve if he followed a recipe.  He did, so I asked him if he would share it with me.  Steve graciously shared his grandmother’s recipe with me.  Oh my goodness, it is the best dressing I have ever put in my mouth, simply mouth-watering, but let me warn you it is rich.  Here is the recipe.

Mama’s Mouth-Watering Cornbread Dressing Recipe

First, make the egg bread

Ingredients for egg bread (Cornbread is sometimes called egg bread in the South.

  • 2 cups buttermilk
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 cups self-rising cornmeal
  • 2 sticks butter, melted
  • 1/2 tsp. salt

Beat eggs, add buttermilk together.  Add salt and cornmeal together and beat into egg mixture.  Add melted butter.  Pour mixture into greased pan and bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.

Now prepare the dressing

Ingredients:

  • 1 loaf white bread
  • 2 medium onions chopped
  • 1 cup celery hearts finely chopped
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 tsp. pepper
  • 1 cup melted butter
  • Chicken or turkey broth (I use Chicken Broth)

Make dressing while egg bread is hot.  Crumble egg bread and the loaf of white bread together. Soften with broth until bread is moist.  Add beaten eggs, melted butter, pepper, onions, celery, and seasonings.  Mix all ingredients together well.  Add more broth if the mixture is too thick more bread if too thin.  Pour into a buttered baking pan.  Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.  Remove from oven and pour a cup of broth over the dressing and return to oven for 10 extra minutes.

Cornbread dressing

Now serve the best cornbread dressing you have ever put in your mouth.

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Late Fall Leafy Tablescape

Are you ready for a late fall leafy tablescape? The holidays are quickly approaching and the more I try to accomplish it seems like the more I get behind.  Hope you all are in better shape than I am.  I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is next week. Oh my!

Never the less I quickly put together this late fall tablescape while gearing up for Thanksgiving.

The centerpiece base is a flat basket I found thrifting a while ago.  To the basket I added a salad plate in the same pattern as the dinner plates.  Under the cloche I added one of my sweater pumpkins.  If you want to see how I made it check out this post. Then I added some cotton bolls and acorns.

A special touch I added is the crackled glass salt and pepper shakers I found while visiting my daughter in Florida earlier this year here.

Next, I added round water hyacinth place mats to the table, then placed a Pamela Gladding leaf plate on each place mat.  I tried several different vintage glasses but nothing worked.   My daughter and I went to the Dollar Store and they had these glasses the perfect shade of green.

The flatware is Kengingson by Pfaltzgraff and the napkins were a lucky find at Target last weekend.  The napkin rings are from my thrifting stash.

This beautiful fall leaf pillow is from the Pottery Barn Outlet near me.  It was the inspiration for this tablescape.

Sources: Late Fall Leafy Tablescape

 

  • Water Hyacinth Round Placemats – Ross
  • Pamela Gladding Leaf Plates – Home Goods
  • Kensington Pfaltzgraff Flatware – Ross
  • Green glasses – Dollar Tree
  • Napkins – Target
  • Flat Basket Tray – Goodwill
  • Cloche- Target
  • Cotton Bolls – Hobby Lobby
  • Acorns- Dollar Tree
  • Sweater Pumpkin – Sweater Pumpkins (see how to make them)
  • Salt and Pepper Shakers – Found Here

 

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Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party #208

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Reversible Table Runner

I Should Be Mopping the Floor

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Living on Cloud Nine

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Vintage Fascination No. 140

Welcome friends to November’s edition of Vintage Fascination.  I’ve fit in a few thrifting adventures this past month and 

I am excited to show you what I found.

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I’m worried that my favorite thrift store is going to close soon.  There is a huge sign out front that the store is for sale.  The employees don’t think the store is moving but closing.  Oh no!  I have found some of my best vintage treasures there.  Just this week I found an old homemade Christmas wreath that is falling apart but it has a bunch of vintage picks.  So, I am taking it apart for the picks.

I was so excited to find it but as I was congratulating myself on my wonderful find I spied a plastic bag filled with a mixture of Christmas decorations and ornaments.   When I went through the bag it was about 50% vintage.  Between the two finds there are flocked Santa’s, plastic reindeers, angels, etc.

Just let me tell you this is a big boy thermos not only does it hold 2 quarts it also weighs about 5 pounds empty and measures 14.5 inches tall and 4.5 inches wide.  It is a vintage A-945DH Aladdin Stanley hammertone green thermos.  These hammertone thermos look so industrial to me.  It had a metal carry handle at the top but it is missing.  The black top at the top that held the handle is removable.  It is in rough shape on the outside so it was someone’s workhorse thermos.  The stopper and stainless-steel top are in excellent shape and based on the shape of the outside of the thermos are any indication they may be replacements.  This thermos made in Nashville, Tennessee is probably from the 1980’s.

Baby cups are my latest obsession.  Of course I don’t need another collection but what can I say baby cups are so sweet and they don’t take up much space.  At least that is how I sold myself that starting another collection is okay.  The one I found is a Sheridan Taunton Silversmiths LTD formally Sheridan Silver Company which was founded in 1944.  Sheridan Silver Company became Sheridan Taunton Silversmiths LTD in 1973.  Based on the trademark the manufactured date is 1973 or later.  This sweet little cup isn’t engraved but it is in very nice shape.

These Enesco embossed white molds caught my eye.  They are approximately 4 1/4 inches in diameter with a different fruit embossed on each.  They have a hook for hanging on the wall.  Enesco is an American company specializing in the import and distribution of giftware.  They were prominent from the 70’s through the 90’s.

These two tiny gold baskets are just adorable.  They are two inches by one inch.  Not sure what I will do with them but you will see them again in the near future.  The bottom of each basket shows Japan as the country of origin.   There is a bit of gold paint loss on the top edges of the baskets.   They are from the 1950’s.

This sweet little pitcher is French made by Deshoulieres.  Founded in 1826, Deshoulieres is the leading French porcelain manufacturer specializing in tableware products.  The bottom stamp on the little pitcher is Deshoulieres with France underneath encircled with an oval.  I cannot determine a pattern name but suspect it is restaurant ware.

This lovely Colonial couple isn’t a recent vintage find.  My Grandmother had this couple in her home from the time I was a little girl.  I always loved them so she gave them to me.  These figurines imported from Japan are from the 1950’s. Unfortunately, I’ve never had the perfect place to display them.  Now they just don’t fit my décor style.  So what do I do with them.  They were sitting on the table in the kitchen while I debated their fate.   My daughter saw them and wanted to know what I was going to do with them.   I told her that box they were on their way to Goodwill.  Nooooooooooo, she said.

Vintage Fascination

  She knew they were my Grandmother’s, her Great Grandmother that died when she was about six months old.  So we wrapped them and put them into a box with other items she wants from my house.  I’m under orders from her to let her see any vintage items before they get the heave ho.

Vintage Inspired Item

I ran in Target the other day and as always I check the end caps for bargains.  There on one of the end caps sat a blue and white splatterware enamel colander.  It was on clearance at a ridiculously low price so I happily put it into my cart and it came right home with me.

 

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Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party #207

 

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Pillar Blue Box 

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Azel Pullover

Howling at the Moon

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Apple Tea Cakes 

Tea Cottage Mysteries

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150+ Handmade Gift Ideas for Christmas

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Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party #206

 

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7 Ways to Create a Beautiful Home on a Budget

My Thrift Store Addiction

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7 Wonderfully Cozy Crocheted Afghans

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Pecan Glazed Green Beans

Intelligent Domestications

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 Hauntingly Beautiful Vignettes: Halloween Decorating Ideas Using Vintage Treasures

Follow The Yellow Brick Home

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Simple Owl Halloween Tablescape

A tablescape is so much fun to put together but I don’t share them with you as often as I should.

Today, I’m sharing a simple tablescape I recently put together in my breakfast area.

The inspiration for this tablescape came from the vignette on my breakfast area table.  I anchored the vignette in an oblong galvanized tray.

Then, I added a sweet little ivory colored owl, a faux sage plant in a rustic planter, a cute fox salt and pepper shaker, antique gold acorn, a few baby boo pumpkins, and some antique gold prayer beads.  The mix of antique golds and galvanized metal appeals to me.

   This tablescape begins with galvanized chargers topped with some adorable owl plates.  You know I love Pottery Barn and they had these owl plates several years ago.  When they went on clearance I snapped up a set of four.

I’ve been looking for some flatware with white handles and I found some a couple of weeks ago.  So the next addition to the tablescape was the white handled flatware.

Then I searched my cabinets for glassware but nothing seemed right.  On a trip to Ross I ran across these Mason jar glasses numbered from one to four and they seemed perfect for my tablescape and the price was right.  They came with red and white striped plastic straws but I replaced them with some silver straws in keeping with the Mason jar top and the galvanized metal already in the tablescape.

Each place setting has a baby boo pumpkin and mini chalkboard place card.

Sources: Simple Owl Halloween Tablescape

 

  • Galvanized Chargers – Pottery Barn
  • Owl Plates – Pottery Barn
  • White Handled Flatware – Pottery Barn Outlet
  • Numbered Mason Jar glasses – Ross
  • Mini Chalkboard Place Cards – Target (few years ago)
  • Galvanized Tray – Walmart
  • Ivory Owl – TJ Maxx
  • Faux Sage – Ikea
  • Rustic Planter – Target
  • Fox on a Rock Salt and Pepper – Pottery Barn Outlet
  • Faux Antique Gold Acorn – Target
  • Antique Gold Prayer Beads – Pottery Barn Outlet
  • Baby Boo Pumpkins – Burt’s Farm (here)
  • Glass Pumpkin with Lights – Thrift Store (here)

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Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party #205

 

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How To Make a Scrap Halloween Garland 

Duck Tape and Denim

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Our Laundry Room Reveal: Before and After Photos 

My Sweet Cottage

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Granny Square Inspiration Series: Jar Cozy

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Easy Stuffed Pepper Casserole 

Brooklyn Farm Girl 

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How I Caught the Vintage Collecting Bug

Please join me today to hear How I Caught the Vintage Collecting Bug as part of the Fantastic Fifty Fall Blog Hop.  I am excited to be a part of this wonderful group of bloggers.

I love the vintage look and always had a few vintage goodies as decorative pieces around my house.  My early collection is items I inherited from my grandmother and my mother.  My grandmother is really the one who gave me vintage bug when she gifted me with her antique dough bowl.  She used it to make biscuits from the early 1920’s when she married my grandfather.  I’ve had it since the 1980’s and it is still my prize possession to this day.

Even though she gave me the vintage bug I didn’t get into real vintage collecting until I was well into my 50’s.  Before that I was busy raising two daughters with my I sweet husband.  .

Then in 2012 my life took a hard turn in May when I lost my husband to cancer.  As he and I planned before his death, I retired in December of that same year.  By then I had discovered blogs and knew I wanted to share my love of vintage and thrifting.

Blue Willow House became a reality in 2013.  My first post is about a vintage brass bar cart I found at one of my favorite thrift stores for $35.

Thrifting, collecting and sharing is a way of life for me since that first post.

Vintage Collecting bug

I can’t think of anything that makes happier that a great vintage find at a good price.  At this point in my life I am wise enough to know what makes me happy and follow that path.

My Philosophy

Getting older is a fact of life but being old is a choice and I choose not to be old.

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Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party #204

 

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Halloween Recipe Idea {Candy Corn Jello}

Burlap and Blue

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DIY Thanksgiving Decorations for Your Table

The Country Chic Cottage

Sewing Feature:

Free Sewing Pattern – Womens Hoodie 

Life Sew Savory 

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Hasselback Fried Green Tomatoes with Marinated Mozzarella

Housewife How-Tos

Vintage Feature:

 Eastlake Style Swivel Mirror Makeover-Farmhouse

The Interior Frugalista

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Ghost Cake and Ice Cream Toppers

Mia Bella Passions

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