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    Flounder stuffed with shrimp and crab! What more can a guy (or Gal) ask for?

    Recipe #372190

    This recipe comes from a famous New Orleans restaurant but I don't remember which one! However, I remember the taste of the dish and have been trying to duplicate for years. This is very good!

    Recipe #372145

    Eggplant stuffed with crabmeat - yummy!

    Recipe #372144

    From the Tchoupitoulas Plantation Restaurant

    Recipe #372121

    Recipe #372120

    This is another recipe that I know not from whence it came. I do know it is Cajun or Creole because that's where I had it filed!

    Recipe #372119

    This is as close as I can come to the dish served at Broussard’s

    Recipe #372118

    Recipe #372117

    From The Magnolia Bar & Grill, Houston, Texas Note: Allow butter and cream cheese to soften at room temperature then add juice from 2 lemons. Then add remaining ingredients except tart shells.

    Recipe #372116

    Merliton = Vegetable Pear (Spanish Chayote) If you desire a casserole or if the Merlitons are too large, peel and dice the Merliton. Cook until tender, drain and combine with the meat mixture. Serve from the top of the stove or pour into a baking dish. Sprinkle with crumbs. Instead of ground meat, use leftover cooked meat (ground): sausage, ham, pork, shrimp or crab meat. This makes a delicious dish for a main course.

    Recipe #372115

    From the River View Restaurant

    Recipe #372113

    This recipe is very close to the dish served at Massa’s Restaurant in Houston. I like mine a little spicy and sprinkle them liberally with Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning.

    Recipe #297207

    Several years ago, I was an Associate Administrator for a hospital in South Texas, right on the border. It was more economical for me to lease a Ranchita across the border than to pay for an expensive apartment on this side. The place I leased was a former hunting and fishing lodge (complete with swimming pool, fine restaurant, etc). I retained the family that lived on the property as caretakers. The wife, Elise, was an excellent cook and we spent many an hour in the kitchen with her showing me how to cook authentic Mexican. She was originally from the Oachacan area and that was her specialty. The place had an over-abundance of white-wing dove, quail, javelina, wild boar, and the inevitable rabbits. Juan, the caretaker, also raised a few head of cattle. He also had a quite large garden. So we seldom had to go shopping for food. Elise knew that one of my favorite dishes was quail. So she came up with this dish.

    Recipe #296769

    Here's a simple recipe for Brownie Alaskas that will result in a very tasty dessert. An elegant party show-stopper!

    Recipe #234195

    Hungry for a Mexican breakfast but don't want to fix for an army? Try this Mexican Quiche for one. Very simple to fix and simply delicious!

    Recipe #233010

    A very savory chicken dish from Mexico using local herbs. The aroma of this dish cooking ever so slowly in the crock pot will tempt you to open the cover and sample!

    Recipe #232965

    There's nothing quite as comforting on a cold winter's day as a pot of homemade soup on the stove, ready to warm you, body and soul. One of my favorite soups has always been Onion Soup and the following soup is from the National Onion Association.

    Recipe #232846

    Ever have a garden that had so many Roma Tomatoes and Jalapenos growing in it you didn't know what to do with them? That was the case for me until recently. I also had cilantro coming out my ears. So the logical thing to do was to make a salsa out of them! Here's what I came up with:

    Recipe #232743

    Home alone and got a craving for chocolate? Here's an interesting dessert for one that combines the taste of chocolate with fresh raspberries.

    Recipe #232696

    I admit! The first time I heard of this I said "Say What?" But then I tried them and now when Strawberries are in season, I have them at least once a week. The coconut milk and shredded coconut gives a special flavoring to the strawberries.

    Recipe #232689

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