corn pone

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In the southern states of the USA, corn pone is a sort of bread made with maize flour and milk and cooked by either baking or frying. It is eaten with such homely dishes as hog-jowl. The pone element comes from a Native American word for ‘bread’; it is related to Delaware äpân, ‘baked’.

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