Posole refers to hulled corn kernels (hominy) as well as to a traditional Mexican stew made from them along with chilies and pork. The stew’s name often is spelled with a Z: pozole. Posole is a common ingredient in menudo and other casseroles. Posole Estilo-Jalisto at La Super Rica in Santa Barbara mixes hominy with pork in a rich red broth that is topped with cabbage, onions, and avocado. Its fans crown it with a squeeze of lime juice and a scattering of crisp-fried tortilla pieces.

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