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    Great with coffee or tea!

    Recipe #316253

    "These are a great snack or appetizer. They are brownish in color, so if you serve them to guests they are sure to be a conversation starter! You can vary the vinegar to suit your taste or color preference!"

    Recipe #316240

    This a wonderful dish I tried in the Azores and loved it!

    Recipe #316207

    Recipe #316162

    This is another border favorite and very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #316154

    This is Chili con Queso with a difference. For more heat, subsitute Pepper Jack for the Monterey Jack Cheese. The secret to making Chili con Quesco is to keep the heat low when melting the cheese. The first time I ever made the dish, I had my heat too high and I had a stringy mess.

    Recipe #316127

    This is a Bloody Mary recipe that came from the Red Fox Club in Santa Maria, Ca.They use to run a special two for one bloody marys. Of course that didn't last we drank them dry of mixer. Gotta give this one a try! They garnish with a pickled green bean. I've added my little twist to this one also!

    Recipe #316118

    This is a shot from the Red Fox Club in Santa Maria, Ca. This is an excellent after dinner relaxer.

    Recipe #316116

    This is my Mother's wonderful ice cream recipe.In the dead heat of a hot summer day as kids we would make ice cream in an old hand turn churn ice cream maker. Oh, how great the taste!

    Recipe #315995

    This recipe was given to the family back in the 1970's by Betty Landreneaux.

    Recipe #315992

    This is Grandma Weseman's famous chicken spaghetti recipe that she would take for pot luck dinners.

    Recipe #315952

    This recipe is my Aunt Brenda Kay Hall Cranford's recipe.

    Recipe #315939

    This is a recipe that Anthony Joe Teer has aquired from his past in-laws.

    Recipe #315851

    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.

    Recipe #315573

    Southern English Pea Salad is something my Grandmother made almost every Thanksgiving and Christmas to go along with the meal. It is very simple, but tasty.

    Recipe #315568

    Empanadas, which are elaborate Spanish turnovers filled with chopped meat, usually beef, chopped fruit such as peaches or raisins, vegetables, olives and sometimes hard-boiled eggs, have long been a specialty of Galicia in the northwest area of Spain. Natchitoches, La., is known for its meat pies, which are turnovers filled with ground meat and seasonings. The original Louisiana version is believed to have been developed by the Natchitoches Indians and improved upon by the Spanish. Although most cultures had meat pies, many dating from the Middle Ages, one of the most famous in Louisiana is the salmis or game pie usually served at Christmas.

    Recipe #315567

    This was a favorite dish that was prepared on a regular basis in the Lafayette Airport Fire Department. It'll have you going back for seconds!

    Recipe #315565

    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.

    Recipe #315562

    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.

    Recipe #314602

    "Good with hamburger, cheese sandwich, egg salad sandwich and as a pickle with regular meals."

    Recipe #314133

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