Brother Jonathan

Make a mush of yellow cornmeal, and mould in cylindrical moulds, such as

baking powder boxes or brown bread moulds. Let stand until next day, and

cut into slices. Arrange the slices on a large porcelain pie-plate in

pyramidal form, sprinkling each layer with some sharp, hard cheese,

grated, and seasoned with a very little red pepper. Sift buttered crumbs

freely over the whole; brown in a hot oven, and serve as a vegetable

with fish, with sour grape jelly melted and poured over it.