The cabin reeked of corn-pone and bacon, and the odor of pelts.
"Don't be so down-hearted," she whispered, handing him a piece of corn-pone.
Reverdy laughed, shaking his head over his plate of bacon and reaching for the corn-pone which Mrs. Braile passed him.
There was nothing but corn-pone and fried cabbage there to eat.
On my uncle's plantation, the food of the slaves, was corn-pone and a small allowance of meat.
Dey fed' em wasp-nes' bread, 'stead o' corn-pone an' hoe cake, an' all such lak.
A wisp of smoke stole from a stone chimney, and the smell that corn-pone and bacon leave was in the air.
This time I jumped up, ran into the house, and got down some corn-pone and a leg of turkey.
Ross fell asleep with an unfinished piece of corn-pone in his hand, and Anton's head was nodding.
Near the door, there wafted out the good smell of corn-pone and roasting fowl.