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New Orleans, Creole and Cajun style cooking Talk

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Mardi Gras Ted Brooks Ted Brooks 4 replies
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January 29, 2011 20:30
Where are the Creole and Cajun food lovers? Ted Brooks Ted Brooks 2 replies
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January 25, 2011 17:12
I love cajun food! Peggy Richardson Peggy Richardson 1 reply
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March 25, 2009 06:41

New Orleans, Creole and Cajun style cooking Recipes (5 of 80) View all

Cranberries with Jezebel Sauce

Cranberries with Jezebel Sauce by Amos Miller

If you don't care for the tart tang of cranberries - try this. My dear friend, Gail, serves this dish her way frequently and everyone likes it because it is sweet & spicy and just tangy enough. A great condiment. I've modified Gail's recipe a tad and share it with you. Cranberries will no longer be a Thanksgiving side dish. This…

4 votes
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How I make a hot sauce

How I make a hot sauce by Ted Brooks

Because I do this differently every time I make it, the ingredients and amounts are pretty much whatever you want them to be. This is not salsa, but hot sauce. I use this on everything.

1 vote
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Jambalaya

Jambalaya by Kelly Christensen

This recipe comes from SELF magazine: Hello, New Orleans! Mark Twain once said, "New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin." Speaking nutritionally, meat-heavy jambalaya is a misdemeanor. But toss in chicken instead of andouille sausage and pick a leaner cut of ham — keep the shrimp, of course — and you can…

2 votes
3506 views
Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs by Veronica Gantley

I love deviled eggs. I think they are the quintessential southern food. Trust me, you don't have to take cooking classes or be a gourmet chef to do a fabulous job making devilled eggs for the Superbowl, Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving or simply for your next family get-together. For the best peeling results you need to use eggs that…

1 vote
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Cajun Crowder Beans

Cajun Crowder Beans by Amos Miller

Also known as Crowder peas, these delicious little fellas can often be found in frozen form at the store. These are fresh picked right here in Michigan and, like fava beans and so many other seasonal treats, we rush them to the table. Crowders are really a 'Southern' treat and I first enjoyed them when visiting relatives in West…

2 votes
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