Don't Share This With an Italian: Hominy, Domingo Rojo and Pancetta
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While Italian food is surely one of the best cuisines, Italians can be a little closed off to innovation. This isn't so much of a bastardization of their delicious food as a hijacking. In a pan I sauteed cubed pancetta (Boccalone, by the way) with onion, garlic and a little olive oil. When the pancetta was done, I added some cooked Rancho Gordo Posole/Prepared Hominy and then some Rancho Gordo Domingo Rojo cooked beans and some of their bean broth. Once warmed through, I added some cracked pepper. Yes. It was just about perfect but I think my Italian pals would sit this one out. Probably my Mexican friends, too. Hominy and Domingo Rojo beans with Pancetta from Steve Sando on Vimeo.