- From spoon + bread. (Wiktionary)
“Mrs. Bliss of Boston offered what we now call spoonbread in her Practical Cook Book 1850 under the name "Indian puffs.”
“Mrs. Bliss of Boston offered what we now call spoonbread in her Practical Cook Book (1850) under the name "Indian puffs.”
“Almost every plate was so traffic-jammed with strong, competing flavors that the fish (or meat) was back-seated, almost making its appearance superfluous. umeboshi "spoonbread" that filled the round was so tart and savory (but extremely tasty) that it completely blotted out the flavor of the fish rolled around it.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal One of the most popular brunch items is the maple skillet spoonbread pictured here.”
“Steaks with onion, bell pepper, black eyed peas, cornbread or spoonbread, ... mmmm good stuff.”
“Lower the heat to 375°F and bake until the spoonbread is nicely risen and golden brown, 15 to 20 minutes more.”
“From persimmon spoonbread to apple slaw, 14 recipes that cast the season's bounty in a starring role.”
“Cheri -- Thanks for reminding me -- I should post a spoonbread recipe someday -- I love that stuff!”
“As the representative of Virginia's 7th District, he is about as radical as a bowl of Virginia spoonbread.”
“This bacon wrapped quail ($12) didn't look particularly comfortable reclining on the red chard and spoonbread.”
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