After a good day at the range, I pack my Glocks and head out to parts of L.A known for good pozole and menudo. There are so many places I can't list them all so if you're interested in a spot, you can e-mail me. For those of you not familiar with these Mexcian culinary fares, Pozole is a soup that can either be red or clear. The red uses the color from chile and it's not spicy; just adds color. The broth can be made from chicken broth or pork/beeth broth. The soup has cubes of slow boiled pork so tender that it'll melt in your mouth. In addition, pozole contains hominy grains. The pork combined with the native corn flavor of hominy, enriches the rustic mestizo history of this wonderful soup. In addition, you get a plate of freshly chopped onions, cilandro, dried oregano, shredded cabbage, lime, and hot dried chili (spicy). YOu merely add whatever condiments you need into your soup to satiate your taste. Menudo is similar but instead of pork cubes, it contains slowly cooked tripe. It can be clear (menudo blanco) or red (menudo rojo). Very good and hearty meal. The condiments are the same as in pozole. Menudo is fantastic for fixing you up after a heavy night of drinking. It works great as a hangover cure...just have a glass of beer with tapatio hot sauce, lime and clamato juice (eat the hair of the dog that bit you) and a nice hot bowl of menudo. You can't go wrong.