cornmeal mush


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Noun1.cornmeal mush - cornmeal boiled in water
cornmeal, Indian meal - coarsely ground corn
hot cereal - a cereal that is served hot
atole - eaten as mush or as a thin gruel
hasty pudding - cornmeal mush served with sweetening (maple syrup or brown sugar)
polenta - a thick mush made of cornmeal boiled in stock or water
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For example, we are given five different ways of serving kulesha, a Hutsul cornmeal mush.
Some cereal grains, such as grits, cornmeal mush, barley, or kasha, lend themselves to both sweet and savory.
Oat Cakes As made in Illinois, 1880s Quick oats, uncooked Water, enough to saturate oats Cornmeal mush, half as much as the oats Pinch of salt.
The slave children were led cornmeal mush in a trough and given only long linen shirts to wear, winter and summer.
Readers from the United States or Africa would be right in thinking that polenta as we know it today is a close relative of cornmeal mush, grits and mealie pap--though do keep an open mind if you're not at all keen on any of the above.
Nonie refuses to eat her cornmeal mush for breakfast and longs to escape her bawling baby brother.
Polenta is one of those Italian dishes that has gone from rustic to chic," he notes in his book, explaining how this rib-sticking cornmeal mush served as an inexpensive staple for families during hard times.
Tis called polenta, Robin, and as a floor covering it hath no equal" explained the salesman: The title of Baxter's 2004 framed ink-and-pastel drawing almost needs no visual accompaniment, but it's made all the funnier by a rendition of the fictional rebel hero watching as a huge yellow sheet of the cornmeal mush is laid out in a Sherwood Forest clearing.