Manning’s Hominy is steam peeled and depends on NO additives for whitening. Our hominy is made from cracked white corn using a unique process, unlike whole kernel hominy that is lye peeled and whitened with sodium bisulfite. Learn more >>>

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20 oz. can
one case/12 cans

29 oz. can
one case/12 cans

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History of Manning’s Hominy

Manning’s Hominy was first canned in Baltimore, Maryland in 1904, when Mrs. Margaret Manning produced this product in her kitchen and sold it door to door. Mrs. Manning’s Hominy soon grew in popularity and in 1917, was mass produced in Baltimore for the first time.

In the early 1900’s, the home preparation of hominy from raw white corn took at least a day. When Mrs. Manning offered hominy ready to eat, straight from the can, this “convenience” food was an immediate success.

Three generations of the Manning family took pride in the production of this fine product. In the sprint of 1995, Mrs. Manning’s special hominy process was entrusted to Lake Packaging Co., Inc. of Lottsburg, Virginia. This took place after an agreement was signed assuring only high quality hominy would be sold under the Manning label. Lake Packing Co. is committed to the high level of quality that the Manning family always maintained.

Recipes

Cheese Casserole
Cheese Casserole

(4) 20 oz. cans Manning’s Hominy
1 ½ cups milk
1 can Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese soup
4 oz. sharp cheese, grated
6 strips bacon, fried and crumbled (optional)

White Chili
White Chili

(2) 15 ½ oz. cans Manning’s Hominy
1 pound ground turkey
(2) 15 oz. cans Great Northern Beans
1 small onion
1-2 packages McCormick Chili Seasoning

Southwestern Salad
Southwestern Salad

(2) 20 oz. cans Manning’s Hominy
(1) 15 oz can black beans
(1) 4 ½ oz. can mild green chiles
½ cup red onion
½ cup green pepper
1 cup medium or hot salsa

Tidewater Herring Roe

A Lake Packing Co., Inc. Product

There are many species of herring in the ocean, however Tidewater Herring Roe is processed using the eggs of the river herring. The availability is limited in quantity, because most of the rivers are closed for harvest until March and early April. We appreciate your continued use of Tidewater Herring Roe—a truly delicate and unique product.

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