|Bread: A Slice of History|
|by Joan Alcock|
Bread plays an important role in the folklore, culture, religion, and politics of residents of wheat-growing countries.
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Sift all dry ... in bowl. Stir in hot water. Add egg. Place small amount of oil in skillet. When hot drop batter in skillet. Flip over when holes appear.
Boil water and add enough to the corn meal (already salted ... Drop patties into hot skillet filled with ... winter, serve with chili and homemade soups.
Mix cornmeal, sugar and salt. Followed by scalding water, add bacon drippings. Mix well. Fry on hot griddle until brown. Serve hot.
Use plain meal ... before I add water or cook it.) ... heat oil very hot. Drop a ... until golden brown. Serve hot with beans, green beans or a chef salad.
In bowl: mix meal, sugar, salt and boiling water until mushy but holding, add egg drop from teaspoon into deep fat. Fry until brown.
Mix all ingredients into a large bowl. Pour boiling water, a little at a time into mixture. Fry in very hot cooking oil until slightly brown.
Mix cornmeal and sugar before adding scalding water followed by bacon grease. Stir well. Fry patties on hot griddle. Serve hot.
Mix dry ingredients well and pour boiling water over. Mixing well ... Drop into very hot shortening and brown. ... from skillet and drain on paper towels.
Combine dry ingredients; mix well. Pour in boiling water until batter is ... hand in cold water before shaping. Place in hot oil frying until golden brown.
Mix cornmeal, salt ... Slowly pour in hot BOILING water. Mix up ... put on paper towel to drain excess oil from each. May lower heat if browning too fast.
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