Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | September 2, 2011

Boiling the Bread

Cooking Green Corn Leaf Bread

Under the limbs of my drying rack and beside the trade kettle of hominy corn, beans, squash, and dried venison, I have just placed the packet of two folded Lenape white flour corn leaves, filled with scraped green corn, and tied together in the middle with the basswood bark. The Green Corn Leaf Bread is now cooking.  On the far right back of the drying rack you can see part of the grape vine basket with the drying harvested corn silks and in front of that a wood bowl with amaranth seeds drying.

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