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Pozole

What Is the Difference Between Pozole and Menudo?

What is the difference between pozole and menudo? One has a stomach-churning past, the other is actually made with stomach. But they're both a pair of soul-satisfying soups that also happen to be two...

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Posole/hominy--where to get it whole dried

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by Read Weaver 19 years ago

I'm trying to find whole dried hominy or posole. I can find cracked in a number of places, but not the whole kernel. Has anyone found it locally? I want to make it at Thanksgiving, so mail order do...

A pozole and mojito kind of day.

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by Tom Gettman 19 years ago

On Friday, after almost a year of looking for a pozole to match the one that used to be served at Roosevelts, I found the best version to date in SF. On Friday I stopped at the New Central on S. Va...

Pozole, is it any good?

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by Jim 19 years ago

I was at a Mexican restaurant the other day in Charlotte, NC. I noticed a soup called Pozole, which was a pork & hominy soup. I've never heard of it but was intrigued. Before I return & order I cou...

posole

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by Ken 19 years ago

Went to New Mexico recently and had posole, a tasty hominy soup that I think is more "indian" than "mexican." Does anyone know anywhere that serves posole in LA/Orange County?

Recipes for white hominy/pozole?

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by Chris VR 20 years ago

I bought a few too many cans of hominy yesterday when I was buying ingredients for my white chicken chili. The chili reminded me how much I like white hominy, although I only have it when I make t...

Chowliday Part II - Resturant Pozoleria

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by Vital Information 20 years ago

While the gentiles have been making last minute holiday preperations and stuffing their stockings, I have been chowing big time. This is the second in a series of reports of my eating. The first ...

Posole in Corona

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by Jeremy Osner 22 years ago

At 96-15 Roosevelt Ave., about 2 blocks east of Junction Blvd. is an absolute gem of a hole-in-the-wall Mexican eatery, called El Grano de Oro. I had a wonderful posole (corn soup) for $5 for lu...

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