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PerCapita Aug 30, 2010 06:50 PM

Now closed -- they featured cornbread that was thin (about 3/8" thick) and light. Does anybody know how they prepared it?

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  1. lynnlato RE: PerCapita Sep 1, 2010 10:07 AM

    Were they flat and round? If so it sounds like lace hoecakes, otherwise known as johnny cakes or hot water cornbread. There are many recipes if you google.

    Now, I'm hungry for johnny cakes. :)

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      kathleen purvis RE: lynnlato Sep 1, 2010 12:28 PM

      No, I get a lot of requests for this one and I think they are referring to a cornbread that was thin but square. Kind of like the tile-style at Skylight Inn in Ayden. At least, that's according to reader descriptions -- I ate at the old Eastway Drive location years ago, when I first come to Charlotte, but I can't remember much about the cornbread. Mostly I remember the lifesize Frankenstein inside the door. Sadly, no, I do not have the recipe. I've sent out calls for readers who might have it, but I've never had any luck.

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      Skylight Inn
      4618 S Lee St, Ayden, NC

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        lynnlato RE: kathleen purvis Sep 1, 2010 05:46 PM

        Too bad, because now I'm intrigued too.

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          hazardnc RE: kathleen purvis Sep 2, 2010 01:55 PM

          Off topic, but my husband used to get this monster breakfast dish at Roger's BBQ with scrambled eggs topped with onions, hash browns, sausage and cream gravy and cheddar cheese!

          I am afraid I dont remember the cornbread either

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        Correllbil RE: PerCapita Sep 3, 2011 07:50 AM

        I think I remember the cornbread being round and were pie shapes. Weren't they wedges? Just thinking of them makes my mouth water. They were baked and not fried like HoCakes or Johnny Cakes.

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