Wait till Sairy Ann br'ils these mountain trout and slaps 'em on to a pone of sweet corn bread.
The one rejected is added to the stock in the hands of the pone.
pone is unraised corn-cake baked in the ashes, and said to be good for indigestion.
I had a pone of cornbread and a Mr. Rat in my file had a piece of bacon.
pone omnibus scitule appositis, ac mensa largiter instructa edere ceperunt, omniaque ingurgitauerunt.
We ate hominy, mush, grits and pone bread for the most part.
Placing a “pone” of corn-bread, and some salt alongside, he sits down; though not yet to commence eating.
He raised the morsel of "pone" between thumb and forefinger, holding it tightly.
Then the burly man shoved in a pone of cornbread and a pan of water.
Wid dat, ole Miss Rabbit, she tuck'n fry 'im up a rasher er bacon, en bake 'im a pone er bread.
1630s, "American Indian bread," earlier appone, ponap (1610s), from Powhatan (Algonquian) apan "something baked," from apen "she bakes." Later used in Southern U.S. for any type of cornbread.