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    A recipe I came up with through trial and error. Jambalaya is a New Orleans tradition. It is similar to a gumbo. It is made with just about any meat ingredient. You can substitute with any sausage or seafood you like.

    Recipe #517538

    This is an old family favorite and New Orleans tradition

    Recipe #517512

    This is a southern specialty that has a cajun flair. Grits do not really taste like grits when preparred this way

    Recipe #514268

    Discovered this recipe through trial and error. Make sure to cook the sugar and syrups first

    Recipe #200520

    Self made recipe for garnishing tex-mex food. remember to take seeds out of jalapenos to mike a milder garnish.

    Recipe #108496

    This recipe came from taste testing poppers all over. I combined what I liked and discarded the rest. You can use fresh peppers or prepackaged peppers (not recommended,to soft). If I use fresh, I sometimes like to slice them in half, leaving the stem, de-vein and seed them and saute' them in my favorite beer to soften them up just a little (2-4 minutes). Another tip is to always use protective cooking gloves when dealing with peppers.

    Recipe #106753

    I had something similar to this at a party and decided I could do it better with a spicy Cajun flair.

    Recipe #106461

    Italian Seafood flavor. Can use many different types of seafood but I find the flavor of crawfish, shrimp or a combination are best. I made this recipeup many years ago and it is always a big hit with all of my friends. When cooked correctly it has a taste that keeps you comming back for more.

    Recipe #80193

    Favorite holiday side dish. Kids love it and never any left over.

    Recipe #78912

    Quick party favorite of mine. Great to fix while watching the games or just having people over. I like to make it spicy to quench my Cajun taste buds.

    Recipe #78909

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