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How do you eat your grits?

by PotatoHouse 5 years ago

my ex wife, the know it all, always made fun of me and claimed I was not a true Southerner because my favorite way to...


paulj commented 6 months ago

Canned hominy - you drain and rinse it, don't you?

by c oliver 7 years ago

I was making posole/pozole yesterday and did a little googling since I hadn't fixed it in a while. I found a blog wh...


Bernard223 commented 10 months ago

Hominy in Vancouver?

by schraminvan 4 years ago

I'm always amazed by how hard it is to find canned hominy in Vancouver. Every supermarket will have a Mexican section...


grayelf commented 12 months ago

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Dry posole in slow cooker

by Natividad 1 year ago

I looked around in internet for dry posole in slow cooker and did not find anything. Last night around 7pm i put a c...

What to do with a can of hominy?

by shellymck 9 years ago

I bought this a while ago for a recipe I never made and have since forgotten. What can I do with it? I"m pretty sure...


paulj commented 1 year ago

can I use hominy to make nixtamal?

by foodfirst 12 years ago

I live in a country barren of corn tortillas. A possible sop for my craving: one of the Bayless books has a recipe fo...


Madrid commented 1 year ago

Storage advice after soaking dried hominy overnight

by Chowemooshi 2 years ago

One of my favorite things to make is red posole. Don't ask me why. I'm Jewish, I grew up in New Jersey and I never ...


Chowemooshi commented 2 years ago


by Buckskin2 9 years ago

The Hoe Cake post got me thinking about Hominey, not Hominey grits, the stuff that is kind like pop corn made with ly...


Ttrockwood commented 2 years ago


by MissDior 2 years ago

I bought a box of hominy. Not the kind that Goya foods puts out in the bag, which is cooked like beans. I bought a bo...


Multifoiled commented 2 years ago

Red Mule Grits?

by Will Owen 10 years ago

We have a friend who loves these, and is begging us to find out if they're available anywhere in Nashville or the Nas...


no1uno commented 2 years ago

How do you clean stone ground grits?

by onrushpam 3 years ago

I made cheese grits today, using some stone ground grits from a mill in North Georgia. They had a LOT of chaf. I pu...


onrushpam commented 3 years ago

Hominy: where can I get some on the west side of Vancouver?

by grayelf 7 years ago

I had a sudden urge to try making pozole at home. Checked several local greengrocers, Dan D Pak and Safeway (where mu...


newtovancouver commented 3 years ago

Raw hominy

by cookorama 9 years ago

Has anyone out there ever cooked raw hominy from scratch? I bought a bag last week just to try it out. I soaked and...


paulj commented 3 years ago

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