One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A Cajun dish of creamed corn and other vegetables, especially onion, peppers, and tomato.
1930s. Origin uncertain. Probably from Louisiana French, apparently ultimately from French moquer mock + chou cabbage, although this may be a folk etymology. Compare.
maque choux/ˈmak ʃuː/
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