I decided to try my hand at something a bit different today, and it came out stunningly well.
This picture was taken literally 5 minutes after I pronounced it cool enough to eat.
This is the first time I've made a non-yeast type bread, so I was extremely careful not to over mix it. You have a fixed amount of leavening in it, and after it burns out, it better be baked! Mix your dry ingredients and wet ingredients in separate bowls, then dump the wet stuff into the dry stuff (W-Stoff and D-Stoff?) all at once. Whisk it all together just enough to combine it all and get all the dry stuff completely wetted by the wet stuff. It'll look more like a "batter" than a "dough". Dump it into a buttered glass baking dish, pop it into a preheated oven, and wait about 20 minutes. When the sides pull in and the top is brown, stick a knife in the middle, and if it comes out clean, you're done!
It came out with a nicely crunchy top crust, and a soft, moist inside with a great texture.
I'm calling this one "Outta The Park and Across The Parking Lot" good.
I've always liked cornbread, but this is the first time I've ever made it, and the first time since I was knee-high to a married grasshopper that I've had it fresh out of the oven.
Super simple to make, and you spend more time cleaning up and waiting for it to bake than you do actually making it.