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    This can be used as a dip or salad dressing. I like to make this in the summertime with homegrown tomatoes. From the Cotton Country Collection. Best to use regular potato chips if served as dip.

    Recipe #124527

    You'll love this sweet & crunchy mix for parties and holidays. You can add more chili powder or cayenne pepper to spice it up the Louisiana way!

    Recipe #124428

    This recipe is from the October 2004 issue of Southern Living. It's a different twist to the usual pot roast. My kids & picky husband loved it served with mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #124384

    This recipe is one of my favorite comfort foods that is quick, easy, tasty, as well as healthy. It's from the April 04 issue of Southern Living. I like to use the even cook frozen chicken breasts from Sam's Club. Enjoy!

    Recipe #124382

    My husband is an avid duck hunter and this is his recipe for duck gumbo. It's the best I've ever had!

    Recipe #77652

    This is a classic Cajun dish - a rich and spicy fish stew that's served over rice. Courtbouillon is pronounced "coo-bee-on" here in south Louisiana.

    Recipe #77648

    This is my favorite way to eat shrimp. Be sure to serve a loaf of french bread to dip in the sauce while you eat.

    Recipe #77646

    Quick and easy broccoli casserole for the busy cook!

    Recipe #77645

    Great for breakfast, brunch or dinner!

    Recipe #77644

    Mirlitons are plentiful in Louisiana around November, so this is a great side dish for Thanksgiving. This is a family recipe from a friend of mine from New Orleans. Shrimp can be substituted for the ham in this recipe.

    Recipe #77642

    An easy to make dish that's always a crowd pleaser. Shrimp can be substituted for the crawfish tails.

    Recipe #77627

    My son loves this casserole and can almost eat the whole dish! This recipe came from the Cotton Country recipe book from Louisiana and has been a family favorite for years.

    Recipe #77622

    A hearty & tasty soup that's great when it's cold outside or for when you need to throw together a quick and easy meal during the workweek.

    Recipe #77621

    This New Orleans dish is quick and easy and is a little different! My friend, Andree, gave me this recipe one Thanksgiving & has been a family favorite ever since.

    Recipe #77616

    My mother was known for her divinty and this recipe always came out perfectly. It melts in your mouth and is a holiday favorite. Also, this makes a great gift.

    Recipe #77614

    This is a large pound cake with a slightly crunchy top that my grandmother used to make. It's delicious topped with fresh strawberries and whipped cream.

    Recipe #77612

    This is a quick & easy dish that goes well with beef or pork.

    Recipe #76921

    My salsa is often requested at parties and family gatherings and is the first to go! Everyone love this one!!!!!

    Recipe #76917

    This is a different broccoli casserole that tastes like pizza! It's always the first to go at family gatherings.

    Recipe #76738

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