The smell wafting through Bernadette Gutierrez’s Land Park home signifies a change in seasons. It’s the comforting aroma of hominy slowly simmering in a pot with savory pork and a deep red broth that’s ready to be sopped up with a tortilla.

The arrival of fall means it’s time for posole. This Mexican soup ranks as a go-to meal as the weather cools and an ideal dish for holiday entertaining. Posole is meant to be cooked in large amounts, the foundation for many a Mexican family meal on New Year’s Day, or for grubbing down with the bros while watching football on a chilly Sunday.

“When you want to invite a lot of people over and get together, it’s just a great food,” said Gutierrez, as wisps of steam escaped from the pot. “You get all these great kinds of flavors. It’s a celebration food.”

February will mark the first of a monthly series of The Monterey Symphony’s Symphony of Flavors series. This free-of-charge pre-show party invites people try local wine, beer and food on the terrace of Sunset Center. For those attending one of the Symphony’s regular Sunday shows, it’s a perfect way to extend your entertainment for free, while getting to sample some of the region’s world class vino.

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The smell wafting through Bernadette Gutierrez’s Land Park home signifies a change in seasons. It’s the comforting aroma of hominy slowly simmering in a pot with savory pork and a deep red broth that’s ready to be sopped up with a tortilla.

The arrival of fall means it’s time for posole. This Mexican soup ranks as a go-to meal as the weather cools and an ideal dish for holiday entertaining. Posole is meant to be cooked in large amounts, the foundation for many a Mexican family meal on New Year’s Day, or for grubbing down with the bros while watching football on a chilly Sunday.

“When you want to invite a lot of people over and get together, it’s just a great food,” said Gutierrez, as wisps of steam escaped from the pot. “You get all these great kinds of flavors. It’s a celebration food.”

February will mark the first of a monthly series of The Monterey Symphony’s Symphony of Flavors series. This free-of-charge pre-show party invites people try local wine, beer and food on the terrace of Sunset Center. For those attending one of the Symphony’s regular Sunday shows, it’s a perfect way to extend your entertainment for free, while getting to sample some of the region’s world class vino.

The smell wafting through Bernadette Gutierrez’s Land Park home signifies a change in seasons. It’s the comforting aroma of hominy slowly simmering in a pot with savory pork and a deep red broth that’s ready to be sopped up with a tortilla.

The arrival of fall means it’s time for posole. This Mexican soup ranks as a go-to meal as the weather cools and an ideal dish for holiday entertaining. Posole is meant to be cooked in large amounts, the foundation for many a Mexican family meal on New Year’s Day, or for grubbing down with the bros while watching football on a chilly Sunday.

“When you want to invite a lot of people over and get together, it’s just a great food,” said Gutierrez, as wisps of steam escaped from the pot. “You get all these great kinds of flavors. It’s a celebration food.”

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