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Old 19 Hours Ago   #9271
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Default Beans n tomato

Beans sungold garlic butter basil
Even better than it sounds
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Not surprised, worth. I've only found one way so far I don't like hominy....that hominy pudding recipe we tried at the holidays! Yuck!
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Nematode, those beans look mouth watering!

Shrinkrap your figs do too.
We don't have hominy here and I don't know what it's like.. so I guess I'm missing out. Drooling over the mexican food though.
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Grilled egg and cheese!!!!

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Not surprised, worth. I've only found one way so far I don't like hominy....that hominy pudding recipe we tried at the holidays! Yuck!

Canned white hominy in cheese sauce is delicious. I always drain the canning liquid from the can. I don't like the taste. I thought I would be industrious once and make my own hominy from scratch. I quickly learned it requires much too much labor to soak the corn in pickling lime to remove the outer coat and then rinse, rinse, rinse, and rinse again to remove the lime. Even after doing that, you still have each little nib on every corn kernel. The nibs always stay tough to chew and the canned hominy doesn't have them.


I don't know if Dollar Tree stores are all over the country, but I really like them. Everything in the store costs one dollar. They used to carry large cans of white hominy for one dollar. The hominy never stayed on the shelves very long. I always tried to get to the store as early as possible and buy five or six cans when they had it. I haven't seen it on their shelves in a long time. I hope they didn't stop carrying it.

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I made hominy with bacon & parmesan cheese. All us Yankees loved it.
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Parmesan doesn't melt easily. Did you dress the hominy with grated parmesan or did you make a parmesan sauce. Yankees do many things well. Give me a few minutes and I will think of something. Oh yes, they make great bacon and parmesan hominy.
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We can thank the American Indians for hominy no one else.
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Tomorrows' dinner for two is a small head of green cabbage steamed not too soft or hard - just the right bite to it. (I guess you could compare it to Al Dente cooked pasta or rice?) Add in some butter, salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder, and maybe some basil and oregano.

3 bun length HEB Jalapeno premium smoked sausages (Which happen to be on sale this week) cut up into bite sized pieces and lightly browned.

There are so many ingredient variants possible - what you add is up to how you feel the day you cook it. That's how I cook.

And sometimes it turns out that cloves and nutmeg doesn't work well with okra.
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