Bacon Cornbread with Black Pepper Honey




Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill for a delicious savory Bacon Cornbread with Black Pepper Honey!

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*** TIME STAMPS ***
00:00 Intro
00:42 Cooking the Bacon
01:12 Making the Cornbread
04:21 Baking the Cornbread
05:00 Making the Black Pepper Honey
05:58 Slicing the Cornbread
06:45 Let’s Have a Taste
07:39 Outro

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39 replies
  1. Jason
    Jason says:

    Tom, love the stuff you're cooking up here. This looked like a pretty moist cornbread. I often do a cornbread & sausage stuffing (slight riff of the food network Ann Burrell one if you care to check the recipe), and wonder if this may be too moist for such a stuffing. Love the idea of a little extra punch of flavor from some smoke and the bacon though. Also not sure about differences with doing the cornbread on a BGE, as I'm not a pellet guy. Any wisdom you can share on this?

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  2. ci 0
    ci 0 says:

    Sounds like a version of milk and bread we used to eat as children… only without the honey, corn or blk pepper. Mom would make the cornbread, fry bacon on the side and eat it along with the cornbread drizzled in buttermilk and sprinkled with sugar to taste. LOVE IT! 😋 That smokey bacon on the side compliments the sweet warm cornbread. 🤔 Cooking the bacon in the cornbread sounds like a yummy twist! Think I'll try it next time. 😁

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  3. Lazy D
    Lazy D says:

    I'm sure this is a really tasty dessert, but from where I'm from (Georgia), this isn't corn bread, it's more like a dessert cake – more or less a corn fritter writ large.
    I'm not trying to throw shade on this recipe for what it may be good for, but there needs to be a distinction between traditional cornbread and dessert cake.

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  4. Clara A
    Clara A says:

    Hi, Chef Tom, I understand that you need to promote products in your videos to finance the whole operation, but, that's a whole lot of black pepper in that honey. Take it easy with the marketing. Besides, haven't you already established your own fanbase to start marketing your own name brand?
    This is coming from a person that will buy anything that has BBQ Pit Boys on it. ANYTHING! hahahah.

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  5. Munchener1420
    Munchener1420 says:

    You should do an entire thanksgiving cook. Describing how we blend all the wonderful recipes in to one masterpiece. Last year I did one of the spatchcock turkeys, smoked stuffing, and other sides all together but had to plan it all out on my own. Getting your expert take on putting the entire meal together would be great!

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  6. Shane Eddy
    Shane Eddy says:

    To get a crispier edge and bottom on the cornbread, I always preheat the cast iron skillet about 10-15 min to get the temp up before pouring the batter. Great content as usual, Tom. Always love and follow your content.

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  7. Bug Doctor
    Bug Doctor says:

    I think you are one of the most innovative chefs on the internet right now. You make meals that regular folks can make in their back yard. For that, you should be commended. I appreciate your creativity and effort.

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