I first tasted this bread when we visited some good friends in Arkansas in the early '70's. I have made it on many occasions since then, particularly for card club and church functions. I enjoy my job as postal clerk at our local office, and spending time with our two children and five grandchildren.
This moist corn bread, which relies on convenient muffin mix and frozen broccoli, is a breeze to whip up anytime. "It's especially good in the winter with a steaming bowl of soup," relates Charlotte McDaniel of Anniston, Alabama.
I found this fun recipe in a newspaper years ago and always serve it up for special brunches-and for my Super Bowl crowd. The spicy, stick-to-your-ribs loaf really warms folks up, and family and friends just rave about it.
"I discovered this recipe over 30 years ago and have used it ever since," remarks Patricia Kile of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. With just three ingredients, the corn-flavored strips couldn't be simpler. Toasty from the oven, they are wonderful with a soup or salad.
I named this recipe after the wooded hill that we can see from our house. It is said that the pilgrims discovered a cache of Indian corn here in Truro, near the tip of Cape Cod, that enabled them to survive their first harsh winter in the New World.