The making of Cornbread.....

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NCFisher

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You guys are nuts. Why do we have to keep talking about the exes, for literally years. Let's move on, and just enjoy having this new relationship, realizing this one may not be the ever after either while hoping for the best
It's like this: after the split with Jennifer Garner, you get Jennifer Anniston. Now, she's cute and all, but she ain't Garner. So you have to start recalling how damned irritating Garner could be with the credit card fetish or cooking breakfast semi-nude with a milk moustache and consciously try to bridge the hotness gap in your mind with reality. You tell yourself it could've been worse, but then think of Jennifer Connelly.

Maybe next time, not a Jennifer.

Yeah, it never works out but don't you have to try?
 
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Pruitt was “best available” who would take the job. He was a successful DC and part of the Saban coaching tree. He’d also coached under Richt who had some success at Georgia. Nobody could have predicted his ineptness at being a HC. He had the right resume.
BS. All it would have taken is listening to him butcher the English language. Pruitt was the dumbest head coach in SEC football history. He even admitted to not even interviewing the coach that he fired early last season. Pruitt was a complete moron.
 
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Three secrets to good cornbread...1) good old heavy cast iron skillet, well seasoned (Lodge makes the best). 2) use buttermilk instead of sweet milk in the batter and most importantly 3) use bacon drippings or some type of pig based fat instead of vegetable oil. Get that skillet sizzling hot before you pour in the batter too
 
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BS. All it would have taken is listening to him butcher the English language. Pruitt was the dumbest head coach in SEC football history. He even admitted to not even interviewing the coach that he fired early last season. Pruitt was a complete moron.
It wasn’t the lack of intelligence that eventually brought him down though, it was his acute and unadulterated stubbornness. He would not listen to his assistants or peers if his life depended on it. A coach without top notch intelligence can still be very successful as long as he has the humility to listen to the wisdom of his team
 
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BS. All it would have taken is listening to him butcher the English language. Pruitt was the dumbest head coach in SEC football history. He even admitted to not even interviewing the coach that he fired early last season. Pruitt was a complete moron.
Coach O butchers the English language, has admitted to not interviewing coaches, and has won a National Championship.
 
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Pruitt was “best available” who would take the job. He was a successful DC and part of the Saban coaching tree. He’d also coached under Richt who had some success at Georgia. Nobody could have predicted his ineptness at being a HC. He had the right resume.
Yet the fact He can't speak properly should have been a disqualifier
 
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Three secrets to good cornbread...1) good old heavy cast iron skillet, well seasoned (Lodge makes the best). 2) use buttermilk instead of sweet milk in the batter and most importantly 3) use bacon drippings or some type of pig based fat instead of vegetable oil. Get that skillet sizzling hot before you pour in the batter too
My mother taught my wife how to make cornbread. And agree with everything. She always heats up her oil in the skillet before she pours it into the batter.
 

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