Corn Bread+Favorite Flannel

I have this ensemble i wear every saturday to the farmers market.
Its a combo vintage flannel button down, flip-flops, cuffed jean pants and my LA dodger hat my little Brother gave me… {read: i stole it} It’s a comfy, unassuming, get up for a saturday that says “Hey world! i didn’t put on eye make-up and I’m just here for the cornmeal and peaches”. I like that.

But today when i was getting my ground flour from one of my favorite farmers, he says, “Boy, Megan, you sure like that shirt huh?”
Uh….what? COMEON GUY! you can’t call out a lady when she isn’t trying to impress anybody. Isn’t that cardinal rule number 1 or something?
I look like a slob, true. But you can’t SAY so. right?
Well the whole episode was awkward and i don’t remember what i said because i was thinking about jalapeno cornbread, but i think it was along the lines of “psh..just wanna be like you..” ….oh dear…

The moral of this story is hush your mouth, make cornbread, and don’t insult your farmer. Because that is easier than messing up one’s laundry cycle. Embrace that i’m in a down right rut of “repeating lame outfits” and realize it’s No big deal.

Maybe on the last market of the season, i’ll show up in heels…
that’ll show him.

Cornbread. Add hot peppers, fresh peaches, fresh corn, or keep it plain. This is the PERFECT recipe.

1/2c. buter melted, cooled
2/3 c. sugar
2 eggs
1 c. buttermilk
1tsp baking soda
1. c fine cornmeal (you can do 1/2 coarse, 1/2 fine, also)
1.c. Flour
1/2 tsp salt

mix dry ingredients. mix wet ingredients. mix them together. pour into a greased 9×9 pan and bake for about 30 mins. @350. or until edges are brown.

if you want to get fancy, heat a 1/4 c. of honey in a bowl and lightly brush the surface of the cornbread after it comes out of the oven.


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