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One of my all time favorite casseroles, posted by request for our shabbat guests this week. I can’t believe I didn’t take a picture, to prove how unappealing it looks. But….YUM. And while it has more prepared products in one dish than I usually use in an entire week, it’s also the kind of entree you can throw together when you get home from work at 4 and shabbat starts at 5:30…..

 

My favorite part is the hominy. It makes me think of Jackie Gleason every time I say it.



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phyllis

posted November 1, 2009 at 11:32 pm


hominy, huh?
never used that one before in a recipe…i’ll have to check it out!
read your book to my preschool class this week after we walked through the shul counting mezuzot. they loved it, of course.



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homeshuling

posted November 2, 2009 at 6:12 am


thanks, phyllis! that’s so nice to hear.



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Bible Belt Balabusta

posted February 16, 2012 at 7:58 pm


No way, hominy? I thought that was a Southern thang. Yum. I feel all heimishche just having a can in the pantry, even if I hardly ever use it. But I’ll check out that ugly casserole for tomorrow…



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