Mike D eats: CornBread

The first thing we made with my Cobalt Blue 5Qt 325W 67 point mixing KSM150PS Kitchen Aid Electric Stand Mixer (CB5Q325W67PMKSM150PSKASM for short) was some corn bread.

It was quick and easy and required no rising. Basically, it was just cornmeal, flour, sugar, milk, oil, and egg. Perfectly blended in the CB5Q325W67PMKSM150PSKAESM.

it\'s hard to see the corn bread over the gleam of the kitchen aid

While I’m at it, I should mention that we also made shepherds pie the other day out of a 30min Rachel Ray cookbook. The mashed potato topping led us to bumping up my new appliance to level 10. LEVEL 10. It crushed, mashed, and whipped those potatos like you’d never believe. Someone took a photo of the crust, but I don’t quite remember who. I’ll try to get my hands on it tonight.

mike d’s rockclimbing ratings:
Deliciousness: 5.7+
Difficulty: 5.5. JonAbad and I don’t even remember making it. The Kitchen Aid did all the work.

Shepherds Pie
Deliciousness: 5.9- and filling too!
Difficulty: 5.9-

3 thoughts on “Mike D eats: CornBread

  • 1/16/2006 at 3:05 pm

    Jesse took the crust pictures.

    Also, I think we need to work on white balancing our pictures. The cobalt blue didn’t come out very well.

  • 1/16/2006 at 6:56 pm

    “…my new appliance to level 10. LEVEL 10.”

    My mixer goes to 11, man.

  • 1/16/2006 at 6:58 pm

    PS – I am interested in how the rock climbing difficulty scale works/is measured (in terms of rock climbing, not judging food deliciousness ;). A post explaning that would be cool.


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