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The coarse ground cornmeal may not appeal to everyone, but I particularly like it. You could use finely ground cornmeal instead just as successfully.
When I lived in New Orleans I purchased my cornmeal at the Farmer's Market from Pa Pa Tom. You may have someone local who grinds your corn meal fresh, but if not, look for the best quality you can find. On a national scale, I think that Bob's Red Mill is great - just not as good as Pa Pa Tom's (sorry, Bob!).