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A New Craze for Maize

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    NEWSLETTERS

    CORNBREAD: Although sweet and tasty, it isn’t so much a typical San Diegan—or Californian, for that matter—treat.  Usually the maize-filled bread is a thing of the South, but now an all-new San Diego specialty business alters that stereotype.  It’s the daddy of all cornbread-eries, literally. It’s even called Cornbread Daddy.  And it all started at, where else, a BBQ.

    WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT IT?: Aside from the fact that it’s a bread made from corn, Cornbread Daddy has a unique list of ingredients and cornbread varieties.  Bacon and Cheddar, Jalapeno Cheddar, Cranberry Cream, Crazy Coconut, Whoalotta Fruitcake, Gingery, Rosemary Lemon, Pumpkinmelt, Cinnamon Crumble, Sun-dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese, and of course, C-Bread Daddy Original for those classic kernel lovers. 

    MUST-HAVE-CORNBREAD!:
    You can find them at the Bonita Valley Farmers Markets and North Park Farmers Market both from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Stop by the farmers markets or order some online.  Right now, until December 22, you can receive 10% off and if you purchase $50 or more, you’ll get a $10 gift certificate.
     

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