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I was raised on cornpone, a corn bread made with roasted (brown) corn meal and usually sweeter than the southern bread substitute. It was served as a desert item usually with milk or ice cream ala mode.

Soup beans? Navy, great northern, pinto, etc. with ham or Ox tail.
Here in E KY the "pone" makes reference to a large pan of cornbread( never sweet here) usually made in an iron skillet. The sticks are also popular.