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    I will be going through my 'Zaar books and moving some recipes here, just to get more specific. This can include Cajun, Creole, Traditional, and Decadent. Hopefully, photos for all recipes, because I am visually tempted when it comes to recipes!
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    This is a recipe demonstrated at the 2010 Pensacola Seafood Festival. It is from Jerry's Cajun Cafe, and the creator is Jerry Mistretta. Yummy! Don't be scared away by the list of ingredients....this is really quick to put together.

    Recipe #438408

    These are wonderful little tid-bits! Great without the sauce, but the sauce definitely adds something extra. I like the sauce with other things too....chicken fingers, fried shrimp, grilled chicken....try it out on whatever you think might suit you! Originally shared by Jo Rita Jordan, and the recipe is from Rosie's Place in Massachusetts.

    Recipe #439392

    Perfect for an overnight or even for Christmas morning! I love anything I can make the night before for serving in the morning!

    Recipe #443969

    This has something in it that you normally don't put into a salad, but it works! This is great for summer potlucks or barbecues...no mayo. Best if made a day ahead, but you can chill for a couple of hours and still enjoy it! Prep time does not include chilling time! Original recipe from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #393326

    This is a recipe from Commander's Palace in New Orleans, from back when Emeril Lagasse was the chef there. The title should read "Commander's Shrimp & Andouille Sausage with Creole Mustard Sauce", but it wouldn't fit! It combines the elements of Creole and Cajun cooking together. Try to find Andouille Sausage because of it's unique taste, but if you can't find it another good quality spicy smoked pork sausage can be substituted. Serve this over angel hair pasta with a chilled light red wine.

    Recipe #373692

    This recipe comes from the restaurant "Brennan's" located in New Orleans. No one has to know how simple and quick it is. I posted this recipe exactly as it was in the book, however, if you like a little "heat" please feel free to add some cayenne pepper to taste.

    Recipe #65768

    This is an old southern favorite. From Miss Daisy's Tea Room, Nashville, TN

    Recipe #48206

    Living in the south you find these at football games, Sonic Drive Inn, and just about any fair that you attend. Very tasty and even better with a squirt of mustard.

    Recipe #59661

    A Cajun classic, meal in one pot! Have the hot sauce ready to splash on. Serve with some crusty french bread, a nice crisp salad, and some of your favorite wine. :)

    Recipe #28165

    Just plain ol' good!!! This is actually my very own concoction, because my Grandma never usually measured when she cooked. :) But it definately tastes like my Grandma's and my Great Aunt's!

    Recipe #130569

    Tried this one to get my 5 year old to eat more vegetables. Quite easy and an alternative to just plain old beans out of a can. Of course fresh green beans can be substituted.

    Recipe #69134

    Recipe from Southern Living Magazine, May 1974.

    Recipe #63336

    This is a really yummy Chicken & noodle casserole. Especially good , if you love sauteed mushrooms as I do. I got this recipe from about.com .I highly recommend . Simple, easy and good. I served it with garlic bread and it would be great with a salad too. I used about a breast and a half of left over boneless breast chicken from fried chicken the night before. I omitted the pimientos .

    Recipe #356957

    This delicious casserole hasn't been compromised by garlic and some other seasonings to detract from the traditional southern flavor, or gunked up with cheese to turn it into a gratin or doria. We enjoy this authentic southern dish year-round, so good in its creamy simplicity and subtle flavors. My family always expects it for Christmas dinner alongside the ham and cranberry chutney. Be your own judge regarding measurements. I learned from my grandmother and she never measured, so I've learned to guestimate on many of my recipes. NOTE: This dish can easily be frozen after baking, then thawed out and reheated. I do not recommend freezing without baking first, since potatoes will sometimes get mushy if frozen uncooked. I personally do not like a tin baking pan for this particular recipe, especially for freezing, since it can sometimes impart a "tinny" taste. Also, if this recipe is baked in a glass baking dish and then frozen, the glass will shatter if not at room temperature. So, if freezing in a glass baking dish, I recommend baking and freezing in Corning Ware since it will not break.

    Recipe #60160

    1 Reviews |  By Bitsie

    Nothing like it. Grew up eating this steak so for me it is a comfort food. I always use a heavy cast iron frying pan to cook this recipe. Portions aren't huge so if you are big meat eaters you may want adjust the portion size.

    Recipe #81093

    I love black-eyed peas! I'd much rather have fresh peas than dried, but I'll take them anyway I can get them. I don't remember where I found this recipe, but I really like it. The original recipe used salt pork, but I use bacon. Give me a bowl of these peas, a dash of Tabasco, a slab of hot-from-the-oven cornbread, some green onions and tomato slices then stand out of the way!

    Recipe #114514

    This is a version inspired by an old guy named Tom who used to cook breakfast every morning at the youth hostel I stayed at down in NOLA. He was displaced after Katrina and no one has heard from him again. So where ever he is now - I thought I'd share his recipe. Even if it is my own version of it. It's great for breakfast, brunch or even dinner. Spicy, garlicy, buttery goodness.

    Recipe #245949

    If you want Hoppin' John, serve this over white rice & mix it up. Otherwise, it goes well with just about any meat. I use Recipe #442908 in this recipe, but you can use low sodium chicken stock instead if you'd like. If you want it to be vegetarian, just leave out the bacon & use 2 tablespoons of olive oil instead, and substitute vegetable stock for the ham hock stock. If you do not use ham hock stock, I recommend using liquid smoke to give them a smoky flavor.

    Recipe #223453

    14 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe is posted by request. The original recipe belongs to Emeril Lagasse.

    Recipe #50421

    This is a recipe for Chicken Fried Steak, one of the staple foods of Texas. Like with fried chicken, folks in each family or restaurant tend to have their own little "secrets" to preparing Chicken Fried Steak, so you can play with the recipe a bit. But if it don't include the cream gravy, it ain't been prepared right and it ain't a "secret" worth keeping.

    Recipe #12316

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