hominy[ hom-uh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hominy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOMINY
The water in which the hominy is cooked should remain on it.
In some households the corn was pounded into hominy in wooden mortars.
Tom-fuller was made from beaten corn and tasted sort of like hominy.
You have coffee and hominy and toast and fried potatoes and all that?
By following in his footsteps we learned about succotash and hominy.
You are to go with him, and then I shall have no one to remind me when I am hungry, and bring me hominy.
The few farmers who reside there live mainly on hog and hominy.
To your women I present this iron corn-mill to grind their hominy.
Add enough meal and hominy to make a batter, and bake quickly.
Just by luck, I have a few cases of American oatmeal and hominy grits.