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dense cornbread

27 April 2008 _ 14h08m19 EDT
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~ in a phenomenon reminiscent of the king arthur cake fiasco of 2005 [+], our last three (3) cornbreads have been utter failures. despite using our respectably time-worn and taste-tested recipe, the breads have come out dense enough to build a wall around gaza. it makes no sense that this would happen. is this happening across the nation? is it global warming? are they grinding meal too finely this year? does baking powder wear out after a certain date? is there too much lead in the water? is the gov’t chemically seeding the atmosphere? is it something to do with king corn being raised for biofuel? disgusting – we go back to the mixer.

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