Squash, Pepper, and Hominy Stew

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The Savory Way

The Savory Way

By Deborah Madison

Published 1990

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Hominy is corn that has been treated with slaked lime or ash. Its flavor is unusual, nutty, and nice. While many people are familiar with hominy grits, whole hominy is not that well known. In the Southwest you can buy it dried, usually called posole, and treat it as you would beans, but for most people it’s easier to find it canned in supermarkets or Hispanic markets.

The flavors in this stew are strong, simple, and sufficient. The chili is warm and rich, the hominy nutty, an