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    This is more delicious that imaginable for being so simple and meat free. Even a meat eater will love it. I took this recipe from "The Accidental Vegetarian" Cookbook.

    Recipe #495893

    After many experiments with Gumbo, guidance 15 years ago from a friend's Cajun Father and bravery to get the roux dark enough, I can finally say I have conquered it to my family and friend's taste. It is a labor of love! When I made this for book club (where we eat as much as we read) it had rave reviews as the best gumbo they had ever had. I have to humbly admit, I felt the same way. Of course, this is best made a few days ahead and allowed to rest. I made this on a Sunday (It took all danged day!) and served on Wednesday. This makes a big batch. I used a a 7 1/4 quart Le Creuset dutch oven. I ordered the Tasso and Andouille Sausage directly from http://www.dartagnan.com/ since it is not readily available in my area (Also, they are salty and spicy enough for us, so I did not need to add any additional heat). I provided Louisiana Hot Sauce and Tabasco on the side. One may be tempted to add tomatoes, but they are not necessary and even a distraction for this dish.

    Recipe #490872

    This is a go to recipe for me for pot luck. It is always a hit. Even among people who don't think they like beans or greens. If I make it as a side dish instead of a main, I substitute quartered sauteed mushrooms for the Italian sausage. The Kale is one of the big bags in the produce section. Of course, you can chop your own. I also roast my own garlic on the weekends and save in a jar. It's really worth it for this dish. This is great on it's own, on top of or with with slices of crusty bread. It's hard to mess this dish up. Just don't under cook the kale or it will be too tough.

    Recipe #489765

    This is so delicious. I rarely use cream of mushroom soup anymore, but it is hard to change this recipe. Also, it has canned asparagus. I'm not even sure why they taste good in this recipe but they really do! I usually double this recipe minus a little bit of rice for a layered effect.

    Recipe #484015

    Red Kidney beans by Camellia in LA are far superior beans to anything else on the market. I get them from Cajungrocer.com since I can't find them in my area. Additionally, They stay good for a very long time. Some beans get too old, too hard - these are always perfect. Tonight I found a bag that was previously opened and put in a zip loc that is at least four years old. I cooked them and still top quality. This is so delicious with lard, you don't even need to add meat - hence Poor Holler Style. You'll never eat better - more delicious beans! (Don't be afraid of lard. If you make your own from clean, healthy organic pigs, you have a very natural fat - not a man-made, synthetic fat. Google it, you'll read some things that will surprise you.)

    Recipe #484014

    These are messy, but amazing!

    Recipe #480055

    An evening that calls for both bourbon and pork is sure to be delicious and raucous. This recipe for candied pork, from chef Chris Shepherd's soon-to-open "Underbelly" in Houston, TX, combines the two, creating one falling-apart, over-the-top main course. Pork shoulder is rubbed with spices and slow-roasted for hours before being slathered with a potent mixture of brown sugar and bourbon, capturing the tender meat in a crisp, spicy-sweet crust. - I've included the original cooking instructions and since I doubled mine to a 8lb roast, I coked it a little lower and slower so I could cook it overnight.

    Recipe #474844

    Red Kidney beans by Camellia in LA are far superior beans to anything else on the market. I get them from Cajungrocer.com since I can't find them in my area. Additionally, They stay good for a very long time. Some beans get too old, too hard - these are always perfect. Tonight I found a bag that was previously opened and put in a zip loc that is at least four years old. I cooked them and still top quality. This is so delicious with lard, you don't even need to add meat - hence Poor Holler Style. You'll never eat better - more delicious beans!

    Recipe #474554

    I made this to go with shrimp tacos. It also would be great in place of plain sour cream on fish, nachos or other Tex-Mex foods.

    Recipe #474512

    From Food and Wine Magazine When I lived on the island of Hawaii, every Sunday I would buy cookies at the farmers’ market from an elderly woman everyone called Tutu, or “Grandmother.” She would sell only one bag per person until she ran out, which took about 30 minutes. Before I moved away, I asked her for the recipe. She gave it to me on the condition that I couldn’t share it with anyone for 25 years. Time has passed, and now I’d like to share it with your readers.—Letter to the Editor by Charlie Griggs; Hoodsport, WA.

    Recipe #473860

    As I am trying to uncover new recipes that are healthy, flavorful and dinner party worthy, I pieced a few things together to come up with this one. It turns out quite tasty and moist. Great for your family or for company. I made this with some swiss laughing cow wedges and thinly slices peppered dried sausage and the result was OUTSTANDING! I think I'll use the substitute from now on.

    Recipe #435712

    Growing up, all of the ladies in my Southern family used to make and serve it to us kids smushed between two slices of white bread. (Ritz Crackers were fancy and for company only.) My Mama & Papa (Grandparents) owned the largest catering business and several restaurants in Jacksonville, Florida. I called my Mom to get the exact recipe. I wanted the familiarity of fishing with a cane pole, cork bobbers and mushed bread for bait on Dunn's Creek in Palatka with dirty hands and a pimento cheese sandwich. It really is delicious.

    Recipe #435430

    This is delicious and so easy! It is creamy and luscious; perfect for a summer treat or dessert. You will be shocked once you try it. The key is flavorful, delicious, fresh fruit. All you need is a freezer and a food processor! I think it would be delicious with other fruit as well. The prep time is freezing time. Zaaar wouldn't allow one ingredient for a recipe, so I put 2 cups of grapes twice. You can use any amount of course.

    Recipe #427955

    I looked in my fridge and pantry and made up this recipe. I'm sure there are others similar as the ingredients are so common. But, to me... it is DELICIOUS and light!

    Recipe #421143

    This was one of the early recipes I developed in my first kitchen. I was about 17 or 18, right out of high school when I made this using up some left over fried chicken. This was1988 or 89 and it is still one of my very favorites. If you use a rotisserie chicken from your deli, you'll get about four cups of chicken, enough for two quiches. One for you and one for a neighbor or friend.

    Recipe #416252

    This is truly luscious, no other way to describe it. I hope you agree. Fresh blue cheese dressing that is light is a real treat. The dried powdered milk, might seem like a fiddly ingredient, but it makes a big impact in the creaminess, comes in a small box and lasts about a year, so it won't go to waste. Plus, you can throw it any creamy soup or mashed potatoes too. You can also use minced garlic instead of roasted, but roasted gives it one more element of lusciousness! Cooking time is actually "flavor melding time".

    Recipe #416251


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