Hoe Cakes - Food Network - Jamie Deen

Hoe Cakes - Food Network - Jamie Deen

Hoecakes Recipe : Paula Deen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com

Hoecakes Recipe : Paula Deen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com

Hoecakes. Lady & Sons. Paula Deen. April 2011 issue

Hoecakes. Lady & Sons. Paula Deen. April 2011 issue

Old Time-y Corn pancakes that are amazing  today!  bloggingwithapples.com

Old Time-y Corn pancakes that are amazing today! bloggingwithapples.com

Thought to be the precursors to today's pancakes, johnnycakes (also called hoecakes) are made with cornmeal. They date back to the early 1700s, when frontiersmen cooked the unleavened batter over an open flame on the base of a metal hoe. Unlike the originals, these johnnycakes include eggs and baking powder, which help yield a puffy cake. Serve with maple syrup.

Thought to be the precursors to today's pancakes, johnnycakes (also called hoecakes) are made with cornmeal. They date back to the early 1700s, when frontiersmen cooked the unleavened batter over an open flame on the base of a metal hoe. Unlike the originals, these johnnycakes include eggs and baking powder, which help yield a puffy cake. Serve with maple syrup.

Southern Hoe Cakes | LeMoine Family Kitchen  *Been looking for this!!!

Southern Hoe Cakes | LeMoine Family Kitchen *Been looking for this!!!

Janet's Appalachian Kitchen ~ Hoecakes   This was a family favorite growing up and still is today.  Just plain comfort food.

Janet's Appalachian Kitchen ~ Hoecakes This was a family favorite growing up and still is today. Just plain comfort food.

Old Fashioned Biscuit Bread, A quick biscuit bread, sometimes called hoecake bread, fried in bacon drippings in a screaming hot, cast iron skillet on top of the stove.

Old Fashioned Biscuit Bread, A quick biscuit bread, sometimes called hoecake bread, fried in bacon drippings in a screaming hot, cast iron skillet on top of the stove.

Southern HoeCakes ..cross between a pancake and cornbread. Serve for breakfast or along side your favorite greens.

Southern HoeCakes ..cross between a pancake and cornbread. Serve for breakfast or along side your favorite greens.

Thought to be the precursors to today's pancakes, johnnycakes (also called hoecakes) are made with cornmeal. They date back to the early 1700s, when frontiersmen cooked the unleavened batter over an open flame on the base of a metal hoe. Unlike the originals, these johnnycakes include eggs and baking powder, which help yield a puffy cake. Serve with maple syrup.

Thought to be the precursors to today's pancakes, johnnycakes (also called hoecakes) are made with cornmeal. They date back to the early 1700s, when frontiersmen cooked the unleavened batter over an open flame on the base of a metal hoe. Unlike the originals, these johnnycakes include eggs and baking powder, which help yield a puffy cake. Serve with maple syrup.

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