Polenta is a type of cornmeal made from ground flint corn. Although traditionally associated with the Italian region of Lombardy, you will find it on restaurant menus throughout the country. While somewhat laborious to make from scratch by slowly adding and stirring ground corn to boiling water, the end result is delizioso! Polenta can be served with rabbit, mushrooms, tomato sauce, ground beef or sausage, or even seafood. My personal favorite is butter and plenty of grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. Buon appetito!


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