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    Re: General Food Talk

    Posole. I love making a huge pot of this as we can have it for several days and as it sits it gets better. The flavor is stronger and the broth gets thicker.
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buglover;3282723;
    Posole. I love making a huge pot of this as we can have it for several days and as it sits it gets better. The flavor is stronger and the broth gets thicker.
    What is it? I've never heard of it before.
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    It's like a pork stew. You take pork shoulder and boil it in water, garlic, salt, etc. until it is falling apart. You add one large can of red sauce like enchilada sauce and one large can of hominy and reduce for a couple of hours. We garnish it with shredded cabbage, radishes, onions and have tostadas or tortilla chips on the side.
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    YUM!!!!! Sounds good. What time should I be there for dinner?

    We are having tamales for dinner. I vetoed the fried pork chops and suggested we get take out from the really wonderful Mexican restaurant up the street because I think I'm catching a cold and really don't feel like cooking or cleaning up from hubby frying anything as he gets it EVERYWHERE. Damn college students. I knew last week I was going to catch something in those overheated tiny classrooms.
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    Yea for tamales!!!! The posole is really good and very easy to make. It freezes well too.
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    I was watching Diners, Driveins and Dives about the Venezulan beach resturant in Conn. and boy that pork they made looked GREAT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3282704;
    . . . What is your go to comfort food on really nasty winter days?
    If there's neither time nor energy to make homemade:
    Amy's Organic Tomato Bisque Soup (note: no "cream of"!) dressed up with avocado slices, shaved parmesan and finely sliced (chiffonade) fresh basil, with warm crusty bread on the side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3282704;
    What is your go to comfort food on really nasty winter days?
    pizza hut or chinese delivery

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3282704;
    What is your go to comfort food on really nasty winter days?
    For me, it's beef stew in the crockpot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3282704;
    What is your go to comfort food on really nasty winter days?
    Mine has always been something I can leave simmering on the stove all day like soup or stew or a pot of meatballs and sauce. If I have to go out and do any shoveling it's like heaven to come back inside and smell what's cooking.
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