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Succotash, suk′o-tash, n. a dish consisting of a stew of green Indian corn and beans.
The succotash mixture may be fed alone or in conjunction with other meal added to make the food still more in balance.
There were succotash and baked codfish, a good brown loaf, and pies made of blueberries gathered and dried the summer before.The Puritan Twins|Lucy Fitch Perkins
The stew of succotash and corned beef, which Frank had called the Canoeists Delight, was now ready.The Outdoor Chums on the Lake|Quincy Allen
The cultivation of maize and plants gave the people unleavened bread, the Indian succotash and hominy.Ancient Society|Lewis Henry Morgan