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|Mr. Hazard's whimsical voice has been stilled these many years, but his |
directions as to the making of his favorite farinaceous food, as it was cooked in
his day by Phillis, his grandfather's cook, are available to all in Jonny Cake
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|Jonnycake (also johnnycake, johnny cake, journey cake, and johnny bread) is a cornmeal flatbread that was an early American staple food and is prepared on the Atlantic coast from Newfoundland to Jamaica.|
|Lacy Rhode Island Jonnycakes makes about 16 pancakes, 4 servings In this |
recipe I have compromised between the very thin east-of-Narragansett
jonnycakes and the thicker west-of-Narragansett cakes (see page 414).
Jonnycake meal ...
|85. Henisch, Fast and Feast, 99; Wilson, Food and Drink in Britain, 244 (quoting |
Froissart); Wood, New Englands Prospect, 72. 86. Hazard, Jonny-Cake Papers,
32-33. 87. Shorter OED, 1 : 1068. In Dictionary of American Biography, 10 : 17, ...
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|Circulars (signed R.G. Hazard) and excerpts sent to subscribers to The Jonny-cake papers of "Shepherd Tom" / Thomas Robnson Hazard. Boston, Mass. 1915.|
|Usquepaugh (South Kingstown), Richmond JONNYCAKE FESTIVAL Held |
annually, October Food The two-day Jonnycake. or Johnnycake Festival deals
with food, the johnnycake, best described as a little pancake-like cornmeal patty