cornmeal cornmeal  /ˈkɔrn ˌmil/

Definition(s):

  • (n) coarsely ground corn

Usage(s):

  1. The technique is to force-feed ducks with cornmeal through a tube put down their throats several times a day, causing their livers to enlarge.
  2. I fry up some trout rolled in cornmeal and flour in a mess of pig fat: awesome crisp on the outside and soft and buttery inside.
  3. I fry up some trout rolled in cornmeal and flour in a mess of pig fat: awesome--crisp on the outside and soft and buttery inside.

News

  • Freeze-dried corn powder gives polenta a kick

    "Polenta — I May Be Doing it Wrong." This was the subject line of an email we received a couple of months ago, from a reader who wanted to know why her cornmeal porridge always "seems to turn out bland and somewhat uninteresting." "I've tried a couple different preparations so far (sliced and baked, mush under stew)," the reader explained, "but I'm just not a fan."
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Columbian

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Quotes

  1. "Daddy paid him with a sack of cornmeal," Parton told the crowd, "and I've always joked that I've been raking in the dough ever since."
    on Dec 12, 2006 By: Dolly Parton Source: Knoxville News Sentinel (subscription)

  2. Writing in the New Yorker in 2002, critic Nora Ephron praised the sandwich as the finest in the world and "in short, a work of art." "The rye bread, faintly sour, perfumed with caraway seeds, lightly dusted with cornmeal, is as good as any...
    on Jun 26, 2007 By: Nora Ephron Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "Bread, sugar and cornmeal, staples of every Zimbabwean's diet, have vanished, seized by mobs who denuded stores like locusts in wheat fields," reported Wines. "Meat is virtually nonexistent, even for members of the middle class who have...
    on Aug 19, 2007 By: Michael Wines Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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