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1/13/14 8:05 P

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It always amazes me when SP members dig back and respond to old topics. I appreciate both your confirmations. My confession is that I'd never gotten around to trying the recipe, but I will now. Cornmeal is on the grocery list for tomorrow. About a year ago I threw out the almost full bag that had been in the refrigerator, untouched, for 25 years or so. I suppose I'd taken pride in its vintage and kept it around for that reason alone.

AzulVioleta, that's a lovely memory from your childhood.

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1/13/14 3:53 P

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I agree that stone ground should be fine--and probably better, really.

When I was a child, my family raised and dried our own corn and we ground it fresh every time we wanted corn meal in a small electric mill. I remember using it in recipes 1:1 where boxed cornmeal was called for.

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1/13/14 2:19 P

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I just made the Tamale Pie on the weekend. It was really fun to make because I never bake anything...I'm a stovetop kinda guy.

The end result was amazing, it's an awesome dish and I plan to make it again.

It's a keeper for sure!


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8/22/13 1:23 P

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Thank you. The recipe is out of the ordinary for my kitchen, so I'm looking forward to it.

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Our recipe editorial team says stone ground should be fine.

Enjoy the recipe!

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8/22/13 10:43 A

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Is stone ground the usual thing for cornbread?

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I printed out that recipe yesterday. Never had it before but it sounds fantastic!
I also have always been a big fan of corn bread - My plan is to go with the stone ground.

Looking forward to making this sometime in the fall season

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8/21/13 8:01 P

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It's been decades since the only time I tried anything with corn meal and it seems I'd bought the wrong type.

Chef Meg's recipe calls for corn meal, but doesn't specify whether stone ground or fine grind. Anyone know?
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=1806153


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