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coaltrain    Posted 07-13-2001 at 21:02:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Anybody want to share old time recipies for making hominy? Thanks coaltrain

LilBit    Posted 07-16-2001 at 11:30:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Fry chopped onion in melted butter.
Add hominy, salt,pepper,lots of garlic,and a little paprika.
Heat and eat!!

Cowboy Joe    Posted 07-14-2001 at 07:38:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Coaltrain - Hominy recipes would you like? Just thought I would throw some humor into the mix.

Hogman    Posted 07-13-2001 at 23:13:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
Been 60 years since I helped make any homney. We used a big cast iron kettle out in the yard,same one as for "warshin" cloths. (City folks wash,We warsh stuff). Kept oak wood ashes to make lye water. I'd be at a loss to make a batch now.Surly do like eatin it tho.
Take some bacon cut up in squares,line a fryin pan with it,start it on real low heat ,add liqud smoke,seasonin salt and chopped up garlic. Soon as it gets ta cookin drain off grease,bunch it all up in tha middle,dump a can of white er yaller hominy on top,lay 4 or 5 strips of good sharp chedder over the hominy like spokes leavin a small hole in tha middle. Fill that with BBQ sauce,sprinkle it all with terragon,a little oragno,n thyme,cover and set back on fire-low heat- when cheese has melted dish it up and enjoy.

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