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Dinner Tonight: Squash and Mushroom Hominy

I'll be honest—I don't eat much hominy. I have nothing against it, it's just not in my weekly rotation. When I do have it, it's usually in a fine bowl of Mexican posole. But the South also has a way with those fat corn kernels, and this recipe from the Matt and Ted Lee's epic Southern Cookbook jumped out at me because it looked both filling and vegetable heavy. Thanks to the bacon, it's not vegetarian, but still qualifies as a meat-light meal. More

Turkey Chili Soup with Hominy

The punch of this turkey chili soup recipe relies on two kinds of chile powder—ancho and chipotle—and is thickened with flour rather than simmered for ages to reduce. But the most unique element is the hominy, which make this almost like a cross between chili and pozole. More

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