I had some at a restaurant last night that was awesome. Been googling for a recipe, but not luck. I'm not sure if what I had was truly proper "gnocchi"...in that it seemed to be cubes of actual cornbread that had been soaked, boiled, then fried. In other words, I don't think they made a dough (as in standard gnocchi) and then just boiled it. But I could be wrong. Any ideas?
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