Cornbread Dressing

A tradition at Sunday supper and Thanksgiving among families all around the country, cornbread dressing is an everyday affair in cafeterias and meat-and-three restaurants of the South. It tends to be moist, herby, and onion-sweet – an ideal companion for pork chops or ham and a staple side dish at many BBQ parlors.

Restaurants With This Dish

Fish Eye Grill


M & M Soul Food Cafe


Cafe 209


Mary Mac’s Tea Room - Pot Likker
Mary Mac’s Tea Room


5 Sisters Blues Cafe



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