Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A kind of bread made of the meal of Indian corn. See corndodger, johnny-cake, and corn-pone.

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Examples

  • Local favorites include salt cod with crumbled corn-bread, lamprey in red wine, or papas de sarrabulho—a steaming black mash that involves the heart, lungs, liver and throat lining of a pig stewed in the animal's blood.

    Within Portugal's Cradle

  • The earliest TV dinners were packaged in silver foil trays and included hand-scooped portions of turkey, corn-bread dressing with gray, buttered peas and sweet potatoes.

    More Ready-to-Zap Foods Showing Up in the Freezer Case

  • The earliest TV dinners were packaged in silver foil trays and included hand-scooped portions of turkey, corn-bread dressing with gray, buttered peas and sweet potatoes.

    More Ready-to-Zap Foods Showing Up in the Freezer Case

  • Carl and Neil Fletcher started selling their corny dogs — deep-fried hot dogs dipped in corn-bread batter — at the Fair in 1942.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Carl and Neil Fletcher started selling their corny dogs — deep-fried hot dogs dipped in corn-bread batter — at the Fair in 1942.

    Making corny dogs at home | Homesick Texan

  • The earliest TV dinners were packaged in silver foil trays and included hand-scooped portions of turkey, corn-bread dressing with gray, buttered peas and sweet potatoes.

    More Ready-to-Zap Foods Showing Up in the Freezer Case

  • They introduced me to a number of important and compelling characters, all while feeding me corn-bread sticks and turnip greens.

    Interstate 69

  • They were going on a journey of several days on horse-back and Cushing was taken aback that they were taking essentially no supplies: a couple of small bags of cornmeal, some corn-bread, salt, pepper and their cooking utensils.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • They were going on a journey of several days on horse-back and Cushing was taken aback that they were taking essentially no supplies: a couple of small bags of cornmeal, some corn-bread, salt, pepper and their cooking utensils.

    Breakfast on the Trail with Frank Hamilton Cushing

  • Not for lunch today -- that would be a heap of sliced chicken on top of corn-bread stuffing, drenched with gravy and microwaved.

    Happy Boxing Day

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