To many people, the term “egg bread” refers to yeast bread that is similar to challah or brioche. To other folks, especially those from the Cumberland Plateau, those words often conjure memories of thick, fluffier-than-usual corn-bread. This recipe can be traced back to once-popular and long-gone restaurants and department store cafeterias in downtown Nashville, where thick slices of hot egg bread were split and filled with creamed chicken.
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