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    Just wanted to bump this one up to the top for the bi-yearly plug. Excellent recipe Ric, doesn't take long to make and is tasty every time I make it.
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    oh yeah- I forgot all about it.

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    I do a very similar recipe using plain old yellow corn in place of the hominy..... and I usually use tomatoes and onions and peppers and season myself, in place of the salsa.
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    Made it with venison. REAL good stuff.

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    Your making hungry sounds like some good eating

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    I had to make this again this weekend.

    Reading the thread made me realize I hadn't made this for far too long. In tis batch I used half Pace picante and half salsa a friend made me as a gift. Dang this stuff is good. Thanks for the reminder!!

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    I have to go with Slowpoke on this one !

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    Just tried it,good stuff!!!!

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    I'm going to have to save this recipe for the Christmas potluck at work. Where I live the population is about 55% Hispanic, so ingredients are easy to come by.


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    All these recipes sound great. Pesole is not a set in stone recipe and varies greatly from one area to the next. I have never found a bad batch. I have to admit that I prefer to use the yellow hominy as it seems to have much more flavor. It also seems to work better in Menudo. Menudo!! Yowza! Menudo season is coming on. I have 20 pounds of tripe on order and think that I had better order at least another forty pounds.
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    Smile

    Well, after living in South Dakota for many years, I think you ordering another 40 lb of tripe is just about right to get you through the Christmas season.

    Maybe order a little more to last you until Spring, which I expect will be about the first part of July, if it's anything like Eastern Idaho!
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    I made a pot of this last night. Used half a pound of Jimmy Dean sausage, half a pound of cut up pork chops off the "going, going, gone" rack at the Krogers), a BIG bottle of medium salsa , two cans of yellow hominy and some spicy stuff.

    It is GOOD! Not the thing for a low-calorie diet, but GOOD!

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    Pesole ? I've never heard of it does eny one have a pic.

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    Bumped up for a hungry guy!
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    'Bout time for a batch, ain't it?

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    I add tripe to it and red frozen red chile paste.
    Garnish with lime, oregano, and onions. Serve with Tortillas.
    We call this menudo.

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    Bump for a bumpkin that apparently couldn't spell it, to search for it!

    The solid soft lead bullet is undoubtably the best and most satisfactory expanding bullet that has ever been designed. It invariably mushrooms perfectly, and never breaks up. With the metal base that is essential for velocities of 2000 f.s. and upwards to protect the naked base, these metal-based soft lead bullets are splendid.
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    Ric, i made your recipe last night,but,cut it in half. it was great! my wife just had mouth surgery,so, she could not try it.... i ate the whole(ok half) recipe and will do it again.

    thanks for sharing it!

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    I've got a full day of work today and after that, a sportsman club meeting so I'll likely get home after 9:00 tonight.... So I threw together a 'version' of this in my crock pot this morning and hope to come home to a warm bowl at the end of the day. Kinda gives one something to look forward to....

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    Shoot why not add some bacon to it too!

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