This is my Dad's Famous Boat Grub Recipe as I recall it to memory. He cooked this up on a camping trip down on the Murvaul Creek Bottom as I remember at an old camp site, we named after him. We called it Baby Huey's Camp and this is how this recipe got its known name. It is a very tasty combination of flavors. If you've never had boat grub you gotta give this one a try! My Dad use to work the boats as a deck hand. They would prepare this a quick meal on the barges, that he worked on when he was a young man! So, it's kinda like a riverboat and a camp meal all in one! It's a great side dish and camp food.
This Brian's famous firehouse gumbo. He would usually prepare this Sunday and it would be all gone by Tuesday! It is a great recipe!
Note: Never serve gumbo of any type, without potatoe salad on the side. This is a old Cajun tradition!
This is a two step process to get a wonderful camp food or a quick meal to go! We use to eat these daily as young kids. These can be wrapped in foil and froze in freezer, then reheated in camp fire. You can also take out of foil and heat in microwave for 10-15 seconds.
This recipe was one of my favorite Lafayette Louisiana dishes. Brian's Grandmother only made this during the holidays. It was quite a treat to get a slice. It was so, very tasty and had a wonderful cajun spice to it.
This was a family favorite, that we all looked forward to during the Holidays. You could just smell it baking in Grandma's kitchen. If your planning on making this one. You better double the recipe, they don't last long with our family.
This recipe belonged to my Grandmother's Mother, Mary Rowena Harper! It was my Father's favorite snack when he was younger. He could not wait to get a chance to snag a few. Once you've tried these you'll be coming back for more.
This is an old recipe that derived from one of my comrades at Lafayette Regional Airport Fire Department, it is said to have been a old favorite with the pirates from around the New Orleans area. I would like to share it with many of my friends and family! So, here it goes! Eat and enjoy! EEeeerree!
This is one of my favorite cake recipe that my grandmother use to make quite often, and for most holiday events. I thought I would submit it before, the recipe is gone forever. It is a recipe that was developed and passed down by my family members back in 1948, during WWII. Hopefully, others will get their chocolate fix, too!