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September 27, 2015


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Just checked, and I do have a can of Mexican style hominy. This sounds like the perfect use for it! Love your way of putting "a cilantro-sensitive palate in the family." In our house, that would be Bob, and I have to keep the cilantro on the side as well.

Simona Carini

Let me know if you try making this, Claudia. I liked it a lot and accompanied it with my version of Kenyan vegetable curry: a great example of "fusion" cuisine.


MAIS GIGANTE E POLVERE DI ANNATTO, particolari ingredienti per questo invitante piatto!

Simona Carini

Grazie per la rima, Lucia ;) Il piatto e' certamente invitante. Infatti, gli sto facendo ampio onore (avendo comprato diversi barattoli di mais).


Sounds like a lovely dish. And we can find all the ingredients in our local Latin markets, so I think I'll give this a go!

Simona Carini

I was immediately attracted to it in scanning the recipe, Frank. It is easy and quick to make and is quite lovely. Recommended, especially on evenings when you want to make something that does not require a lot of efforts and yet is satisfying.

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