The tastes of home never seem to leave a person. For some, it’s comfort food à la grandma, and for others it’s that hometown restaurant. What’s yours? If you’re Latin American, it might be pozole.

Pozole is a soup or stew traditionally made in Latin America that means “foamy,” due to the foamy layer that develops when hominy (dried corn soaked in lime) is boiled with vegetables and meat. Trust us, it’s delicious. This hometown classic also serves as a famous remedy to that headache you may be experiencing for whatever reason.

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