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Dish of the Month - Voting, February 2019

LulusMom | Jan 26, 201906:10 AM     31

What a great batch of nominations we had this month. And loads of them too! There were plenty of nominations that I hope show up again in the coming months, but at this point we’ve narrowed it down to CITRUS CAKES and POZOLE. If you’re interested in seeing the nomination thread, here is a link: https://www.chowhound.com/post/dish-m...

Citrus cakes was first nominated as loafs, so of course that is an option. But there are also so many other cakes using citrus that would be perfect this winter, citrus season. Pozole is a Mexican soup or stew with hominy. This also sounds good to me as I type this on a chilly January morning.

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