By Sandra Oliver
Dwelling on Maine's Islesboro Island, Sandra Oliver is a respected nutrients historian with an enormous wisdom of latest England meals historical past, subsistence residing, and Yankee cooking. For the previous 5 years, she has released her weekly recipes column, "Tastebuds", within the Bangor day-by-day information. The column has featured hundreds and hundreds of recipes—from vintage tried-and-true dishes to leading edge makes use of for normal materials. gathering greater than three hundred recipes from her column and in different places, and emphasizing clean, neighborhood elements, in addition to the typical materials present in so much kitchens, this quantity represents a brand new commonplace in domestic cooking.
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Reluctantly, i am staying away from fresh corn in this chapter, feeling that anybody who cooks at all will know what to do with fresh roasting ears. i might add, however, including the corn shucks, cobs (which make good jelly), silks (which are great for thickening stews), leaves—and even the corn smut that grows from the end of some of the ears. in Mexico today this ugly fungus, called corn truffle or cuitlacoche, is gourmet fare, available fresh, frozen, or canned in upscale Latin markets. For the most part, however, dried corn has been the most important form to our cookery, being used whole (hominy), cracked (grits, which are not really made from hominy), or finely milled (cornmeal), all covered at some length in the sections that follow.
It has a good flavor, and, as a quaint touch, the mill ties its bags with string instead of banding them with metal. Although the meal is not quite fine enough for most of my recipes, I allow that it is very good stuff. I cook their recipe for corn bread from time to time and find it to be unusually light. 2 cups Old Mill cornmeal 2 large chicken eggs 1¼ cups whole milk ¼ cup melted shortening 1 tablespoon baking powder ½ teaspoon baking soda ¾ teaspoon salt Preheat the oven to 425˚F. in a bowl, mix the meal, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
If you grind your own, sift out the meal and flour for making cornpone. After grinding, some people wash the grits in water, letting the chaff float to the top. Perfect Grits It takes a patient cook to prepare good grits. The recipe may vary a little, depending on the kind of grits one has to work with, but the results should be the same: somewhat creamy while at the same time maintaining the grits’ texture (instead of being mere mush). If the batch of grits has lumps in it, throw it all out and start over.