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While hominy can be ground to make grits, that process is said to be extinct according to Anson Mills, though other sources say this is still the case.
There was kept the huge iron mortar where the grains of corn were crushed to make the delicious hominy Kentuckians are so fond of.
His project for making money was the selling of home-made hominy to the restaurants up in town.
Creamed hard-boiled eggs on toast; coffee; fried hominy and syrup.
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Put it over the fire in cold water, a cupful of hominy to about four cupfuls of water.
Pour the same water again upon the hominy, stir well, and pour off again several times.
That will make over fifteen thousand pounds of meal and hominy, and will feed us for seven years, even if we eat six pounds daily.
So Uncle John said he wanted some of it just cracked, and some of it ground into fine hominy, and some of it into meal.
Unless we get some buffalo or antelope meat pretty soon, it will be hog and hominy to the end of the chapter.
THE BOY SETTLERSNOAH BROOKS
Hominy, milk, corn-bread, and smoked or jerked meats seem to have been most popular with the humbler classes.

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