This is a Cajun bread spiced with tomato, spices, garlic, heat form hot peppers. I read and was told you can not mix fresh garlic into the bread dough because the garlic will kill the yeast. I have and never had a problem. Just look at the picture of my bread. Be sure to place the garlic in separate corners from the yeast.
This is a sweet, lightly tangy, caramel syrup. Easy to make.
French toast, pancakes, ice cream topping, drizzle over drinks that are topped with whipped cream. Dip martini rim into it for added goodness, garnish a plate filled with apples and goat cheese with it, or drizzle over grilled fruits or meat toward the end of cooking. Stored in a jar for future use.
Use your imagination.
Collards are among the oldest members of the cabbage family! Vegetarians can skip the bacon and use smoke flavoring and use a veggie broth in place of the chicken broth. I find this is one green that you do have to cook a while. The flavor is between cabbage and kale. They are low in calories. A rich source of fiber, vitamin C and calcium, and protects you against cancer.
You can omit the jalapeno and or cheese. They have a nice kick to them. I am removing Trans fats from my recipes for better health. This originally had shortening and now replaced with a healthier choice of oil.
A cajun dish. A deep fried yummy Shrimp-Eggplant Beignets served with my sauce. Or use your own sauce. A big hit at my house. Adjust the oil so it not too hot when cooking. The eggplant gives the dough an extra creaminess. Go ahead and salt, rinse and dry your eggplant if you normally do it. I never do and I enjoy the slight bitterness eggplant has. To each your own! ;)
This recipe makes enough brine for a 4- to 6-pound boneless pork loin,
or six 1 3/8- to 1 1/2-inch-thick center-cut pork loin chops,
or 4 pork tenderloins, 1 to 1 1/4 pounds each.
Directions shows optional cooking styles for different cuts of pork. Depending on method and cut of meat the brining and cooking times vary.
Found this on line. This is South Carolina style barbecue sauce, meaning that it is vinegar and mustard based, as opposed to the ketchup and molasses based sauces of the mid- and southwest. It combination of sweet and tangy flavors bring out the absolute best in grilled pork or chicken.