This is Bruce’s (BABore) posole recipe. It’s fantastic! This recipe is for a large batch, I usually make it with half what is listed here.
I like this as is in a bowl with some cheese melted on top but my favorite is breakfast burritos.
Scramble up some eggs and mix equal parts posole and egg and throw a little cheddar cheese on top. Eat or wrap in saran wrap and freeze. Makes for a nice quick easy “stick to the ribs” breakfast on the go.
60ozwhite hominy drained(approx. wt. same size can as the beans)
1qtbottle of Pace picante sauce
Handful of chopped cilantrooptional
Brown the meat in a large cast iron dutch oven over high heat with couple Tbls of oil.
When browned up nice, add the garlic and cook for a minute or three.
Add the hominy and stir in well.
Cook for a few more minutes then add the beans and stir in.
Add about 2/3rd's of the picante sauce and mix in well. Add more as needed to just bring things together and coated well. You don't want it soupy.
Adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper to your liking. Shut off the heat and top with the cilantro if you like it.
That it! If you like more heat, I've been know to add ground red Chipotle, canned Chipotle diced up, chopped green chilies, sliced pickled jalapeño, even canned corn. It's good straight up, in a tortilla, reheated in a fry pan with a couple eggs for breakfast, or even cold out of the fridge. Freezes real well too.
Well this weekend was the culmination of 2 seperate smoking experiments, BBB (Buck Board Bacon) and Bearcarver’s Dried Beef. I’ve been wanting to try bacon for a while but I was too skeered to spend the money on a belly and screw it up.
SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Police Department’s Bomb Squad was called to a Southwest Side neighborhood Saturday after dozens of rounds of ammunition were found underneath a home.
The ammunition was discovered on the 7900 block of Dempsey Drive, near Old Pearsall Road and Southwest Military Drive, around 2:45 p.m. Saturday.
Capt. Troy Balcar of the San Antonio Fire Department said a family member found a sealed box with about 75 rounds of decades-old ammunition underneath the house. He said the rounds are .40 caliber and about 40 years old, based on a date written on the box. Half a dozen nearby homes were evacuated for about three hours.
“This is definitely a big danger, because they’ve been under there so long,” Balcar said. “They’ve rusted, they’ve been exposed to the weather, elements outside so we definitely want to get them disposed of as quickly as possible.”
Family members said a veteran who served for more than 30 years lived at the house until he passed away recently.
This is the second time old ammunition has been found at the home. Just last week, the bomb squad spent about half an hour disposing of shotgun shells found there.
So I’ve been thinking more about smoking some cheese lately. I’ve tried a few times already but all the methods I’ve tried added to much heat to my smoker and would make the cheese “sweat” changing the texture and not for the better.