Mohawk Corn Soup
Cook in slow cooker the hulled hominy over night on low.
Brown and chop meat.
Chop cabbage, turnips, rutabagas and carrots to bite size.
Nopalitos Con Arror
In large skillet, sauté onion and garlic.
Add ground beef, cook, drain, return to skillet.
Add tomato and nopalitos. Heat thoroughly. Don't over cook.
Nopalitos & Pork
in a good sized, deep skillet, saute your onions and garlic till tender.
Add your bite sized pork,cook it a bit.
When the pork begins turning white,add nopalitos,corn and tomato sauce.
Shell dried kernels off cob.
Heat 2 tablespoons lard or bacon grease (bacon grease is best) in skillet.
Prickly Pear Cactus Jelly
Place 4 to 6 medium ripened Prickly Pears in a pan and cover with boiling water for a minute, pour off water. The skin will peel off easily.
Cut up, place back in the pan and once again cover with
Prickly Pear Surprise
First, ya gotta git rid of them pesky needles. Break off the big'uns and burn off the rest. (I use a blowtorch for this. You might want to use the stove.) Take your pie dough and put it in a 9" pie
Red Clover & Sour Grass
Red Clover heads, as the individual blossoms are maturing, have a sweet white part near the stem that can be bitten off for a little bit of sweetness as you are walking along.
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