Polenta Plum Upside Down Cake is a delicious, Italian-themed confection suitable for both dessert and breakfast. The cake gets great texture from cornmeal.
Crispy fried shrimp is seasoned with a flavorful cornmeal flour and is perfect as an appetizer, inside of tacos, or as a fish fry star.
A perfect side to summer’s barbecue, try making golden hushpuppies with a slightly sweet cornmeal center.
Crispy cornmeal waffles are only improved by a swipe of butter with a kick and a drizzle of sweet citrus syrup to tie all three flavors together. Perfect for brunch.
Pear and ginger flatbread with a hint of cinnamon and a light touch of orange flavors. Use the gluten free bread as a vessel for a variety of flavors.
Sweet peaches, refreshingly tangy buttermilk and cornmeal combine to for seriously delicious, light and fluffy pancakes.
For a party-friendly appetizer, try battered pickle chips dipped in a smooth, zesty sauce. The pop-able snacks are addictive and will rival any onion ring.
Say goodbye to boring fries forever, and say hi to your favorite new side dish. These avocado fries are finger lickin’ delicious.
Chili powder adds an customizable level of heat to these crunchy potato wedges.
The color of this loaf comes from molasses which lends a deeper, more complex sweetness than sugar alone.
A novel take on the Italian style dish Eggs in Purgatory.
A vegetarian style pizza disguised under layers of meaty mushrooms and smoky provolone.
The cornmeal, the skillet, and the whole upside-down business make for a crispy edge, with a soft interior and a gooey, sweet caramel glaze.
Bowen Close went just a little crazy on a batch of lime cornmeal cookies.
Olivia Caminiti provides a San Franciscan take on pizza. Meet the Mile High Cornmeal Crust Pizza.
Natalie McLaury considers herself a bit of a hoarder when it comes to magazines. Join her as she cooks the best of them.