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Old December 31, 2018   #1
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Hey, T'villers. Hope everyone is having a happy, blessed, and safe New Year's. In true to my family fashion we haven't had our Christmas celebration yet. My oldest daughter recently had to do a report for school on traditional holiday meals through the decades. She wants us to try to make 2 of the dishes in the report. I found a recipe for Indian pudding in an old amish cookbook of mine. I remember from reading through various threads that some T'viller's also collect cookbooks. I can't find a recipe for Hominy pudding online or in any of my cookbook collection. I'm wondering if any of y'all have a recipe for Hominy pudding you would be willing to share with our family? Thanks!
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Old December 31, 2018   #2
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Found several this is but one.
Pretty much grits

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...K9FTqjvLcevoQ6

Another.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...jol6o_y899y7zQ
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Just happen to have some huge dried hominy from a particular type of corn product of Peru.
Don't ask where I come up with this stuff.
Going to be part of tomorrow's meal.
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Thanks, Worth. I'm going to try one of them. How did your soup recipe turn out and where did you get dried hominy? I can only find it canned here in the stores....
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Does dried hominy have to be boiled for hours?
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Thanks, Worth. I'm going to try one of them. How did your soup recipe turn out and where did you get dried hominy? I can only find it canned here in the stores....
I get the stuff from Mexican markets the price is a fraction of what they charge on line from the foo foo sites.

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Does dried hominy have to be boiled for hours?
I soak it for 12 hours drain off water and have it on low for the rest of the day at just a wee simmer close to another 8 hours or so however long it takes to start splitting open.
At least that is the way I like it.

On a side note I just picked up 6 ounces of what the Mexican folks call CAL AKA calcium hydroxide / slacked lime / pickling lime.
10 limes and a bag of achiote condimentado for under 5 dollars at the market.
The CAL is to make my own hominy/pozole from dried corn.
Project for this weekend.
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We had our Christmas celebration this wkend. We tried the hominy pudding recipe...I've found a way I don't like hominy! Thanks for the recipes, worth.
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