Definition of Skillet bread
1. Noun. Usually cooked in a skillet over an open fire: especially cornbread with ham bits and sometimes Irish soda bread.
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Literary usage of Skillet bread
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1. Letters from the West: Containing Sketches of Scenery, Manners, and Customs by James Hall (1828)
"... of infinitely more importance, a skillet which composed the whole apparatus of their kitchen ; the " envious wave'' had robbed him of skillet, bread, ..."
2. Letters from the West: Containing Sketches of Scenery, Manners, and Customs by James Hall (1828)
"... envious wave'' had robbed him of skillet, bread, bear-meat and all. Here was a dilemma! a woful dilemma, which none but Indian hunters can appreciate. ..."
3. The Young Woman's Journal by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association (1906)
"They found their mothers busy preparing the evening meal of bacon and beans, "skillet bread" and potatoes. Gertrude caught up the empty water-bucket and ran ..."