What's your favorite Cajun cookbook?
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What's your favorite Cajun cookbook?
Posted by Winkface on 5/1 at 12:59 pm
To give as a gift...


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Posted by yellowfin on 5/1 at 1:00 pm to Winkface
i like donald link's cookbook


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Posted by Winkface on 5/1 at 1:01 pm to yellowfin
Me too but she gave it to me for my birthday. Is it tacky to give her the same thing?


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Posted by Count Chocula on 5/1 at 1:02 pm to Winkface
I dont use a cookbook book, but if I did, prolly the Jr League's "Talk about Good". A bunch of recipes from junior leaguers when they werent playing in a doubles tennis league and eating at Zeas.


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Posted by LSUAfro on 5/1 at 1:02 pm to Winkface



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Posted by LoneStarTiger on 5/1 at 1:03 pm to Winkface
Talk About Good and River Road Recipes


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Posted by DEANintheYAY on 5/1 at 1:04 pm to Count Chocula
Tigerdroppings.com Recipe Book

or Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen



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Posted by yellowfin on 5/1 at 1:04 pm to Winkface
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Me too but she gave it to me for my birthday. Is it tacky to give her the same thing?


I'm guessing she already has it then



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Posted by PBeard on 5/1 at 1:04 pm to LSUAfro
Not Cajun, but Frank Stitt's Southern Table is great

I'll also add Susan Spicer's Crescent City Cooking



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Posted by Winkface on 5/1 at 1:05 pm to yellowfin
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I'm guessing she already has it then
No. I told her that's what I wanted. She'd never heard of it.



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Posted by Kajungee on 5/1 at 1:05 pm to DEANintheYAY
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Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen



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Posted by Y.A. Tittle on 5/1 at 1:06 pm to Kajungee
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Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen


This



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Posted by Eddie Vedder on 5/1 at 1:07 pm to DEANintheYAY
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Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen


this is by far the cajun cookbook i use the most. and it is probably the one that is most consistent with my own family's recipes for a lot of dishes.




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Posted by TigerstuckinMS on 5/1 at 1:08 pm to LoneStarTiger
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Talk About Good and River Road Recipes


Came here to say this. Nothing more to see here.



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Posted by SaDaTayMoses on 5/1 at 1:10 pm to Winkface
Who's your Mamma, Are you Catholic, and Can You Make a Roux?


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Posted by Winkface on 5/1 at 1:13 pm to SaDaTayMoses
She's a Prod. That might be awkward.


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Posted by Layabout on 5/1 at 1:17 pm to TigerstuckinMS
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Talk About Good and River Road Recipes



Came here to say this. Nothing more to see here.



I was going to recommend these two also. They're the most well-worn of all my cookbooks.



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Posted by LoneStarTiger on 5/1 at 1:19 pm to Layabout
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They're the most well-worn of all my cookbooks.


same, along with a cookbook by boosters at Bowling Green Private School in Franklinton, which has a little of everything in it



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Posted by OTIS2 on 5/1 at 1:21 pm to Kajungee
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Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen



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Posted by Kajungee on 5/1 at 1:44 pm to OTIS2



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