An illustrated, social history of corn discusses the people who, for seven centuries, have planted, eaten, worshipped, processed, and profited from corn, also describing its reaches into commerce, religion, poetry, and alcohol. Reprint.a pig would think it slush. ... Newport County added milk to meal to make a thin, crisp grid- dlecake about five inches in diameter; South County scalded the meal in boiling water to make a thick cake about three inches in ... dough made aquot;just so stiffaquot; that it could be shaped by hand and baked on tin sheets in a Dutch oven.
|Title||:||The Story of Corn|
|Author||:||Betty Harper Fussell|
|Publisher||:||UNM Press - 1992|