anadama

an·a·dama

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  • Anadama bread — is a traditional bread of New England made with white flour, cornmeal, molasses and sometimes rye flour. Origin of name There are several popular myths about the origin of the name, which mostly take this form: A fisherman, angry with his wife,… …   Wikipedia

  • anadama bread — ☆ anadama bread [an΄ə dam′ə ] n. [< ?] a kneaded yeast bread containing cornmeal and, usually, molasses …   English World dictionary

  • anadama bread — noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1954 a leavened bread made with flour, cornmeal, and molasses …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • anadama bread — /an euh dam euh/ a yeast raised bread having corn meal and molasses among its ingredients: a traditional food of colonial America. [1910 15; orig. obscure; the various anecdotes ascribing it to a permutation of Anna damn her or Anna s damn bread… …   Universalium

  • anadama bread — noun a yeast raised bread made of white flour and cornmeal and molasses • Regions: ↑New England • Hypernyms: ↑bread, ↑breadstuff, ↑staff of life …   Useful english dictionary

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