Add the salt, pepper and polenta and whisk until thick about four minutes.
Against the creaminess of the polenta it was just soooo good.
Heading into the small makeshift kitchen inside his shack he retrieved a large jar of polenta.
Make the polenta the day before you cook the baccalà and you can finish both in the oven at the same time.
Jumbo crabmeat and avocado, Colorado rack of lamb with tarragon jus, and Parmesan polenta cake was eaten by candlelight.
The polenta family were the first to befriend the great poet when he sought refuge here from Florence.
Might it not just as well be rice, or polenta, or even beef and bacon?
There was boiled fish in one of the kettles and corn meal mush, or polenta, in the other one.
An old woman and her son were cooking their polenta, but no herds were in sight.
He then with Oriental deliberation set about making a fire, and proceeded to cook his polenta of maize.
Old English polente, from Latin pollenta, polenta, literally "peeled barley," related to pollen "fine flour," from Proto-Indo-European *pel- (1) "flour; dust" (see pollen). Later reborrowed from Italian polenta, from the Latin word.