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re: Sunday Afternoon Jambalaya (pics) - Cajunate
Fantastic looking! Now I'm hungry for some....
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Quick Fried Biscuit Doughnuts - Cajunate
This morning I had a couple of cups of coffee and thought I was done. I started feling hungry for something and doughnuts popped into my head. Great! I didn't feel like going to Baker's Dozen or to Dorignac's so another thought popped into my head. Fried canned biscuits! I look in the laundry room...
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re: Any good recipes for seal meat? - Cajunate
Paneed Seal! Seal Saltimbocca? ...
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re: Chicken Etouffee! - Cajunate
[quote]I use a bunch of onions in this style dish, and use them as the primary thickening agent, but that's just me. And I prefer to finish with some flat leaf parsley and green onion. [/quote] You probably can't tell but this has a lot of onions(yellow onion)and It was just me here last nig...
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Chicken Etouffee! - Cajunate
Have you ever cooked something or had something that was soooo....... good you overate it? Well, I did just that this evening. Actually I cooked this yesterday for dinner this evening. Some things are just so much better the next day. This was chicken etouffee. I wanted to cook something a little ...
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re: Smoking a pork butt - Cajunate
All butts are different so just make sure you bring along a meat thermometer and cook in the oven until you reach and internal temp of 205*. remove,let cool until yu can handle it and then pull. Add a lil of your rub to it before adding whatever sauce you're using. Enjoy!!!!! Oh, let it get a goo...
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
[quote]Fratguy I would like to compare your method for cooking rice and gravy compared to mine. Maybe we could both cook and compare?[/quote] Am I hearing a "Rice and Gravy THROWDOWN" competition gauntlet being thrown? That would be interesting. Like the "Gumbo Challenge" thing not long ago I th...
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re: Jambalaya for 850 - Cajunate
I'll have to dig out the file I keep for that event. Here's a picture of last year's pot of jambalaya. [IMG]http://i1183.photobucket.com/albums/x475/Cajunate/Best%20Homemade%20Chili%20Yet%202013/More%20Eats/DSC07500.jpg[/IMG] In the past I(I do have a couple of helpers. Lol.....)I've made 25 ...
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re: Jambalaya for 850 - Cajunate
I'll have to check my recipe but I know it's 37 pounds of rice because I weigh it out before arriving at the cooking area....
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re: Jambalaya for 850 - Cajunate
I've cooked a 30 gallon pot of jambalaya for a Red Cross fundraiser several times. Granted it wasn't full meal serving but have served 500. ...
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
Oh ohhhh...... yesterday afternoon I made a chicken etouffee for dinner tonight. Lol....... Post to come later....
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re: Pepper Use? - Cajunate
Yeah! Dry some of those peppers and put in a spice grinder then mix with salt. ...
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re: Pepper Use? - Cajunate
Another idea. Before drying smoke them on the smoker. They will dry out some but dehydrate/dry them and then grind. This would be awesome in a homemade bbq rub!...
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
[quote]Along with garlic I stuff my roast with the little jarred Trappeys tabasco peppers [/quote] I like that idea!!!!!...
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
[quote]Do you not have AC up there? I eat gumbo all year round, as you know. I just don't do it outside.[/quote] Lol...... I have some Pork Butt gumbo in the freezer I almost took out the other day to eat. Yeah, I eat gumbo all year long too. Roast turkey too. It doesn't have to be just for holid...
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re: Pepper Use? - Cajunate
All great ideas. When I would have an abundance of something I'd share it with friends and neighbors. Make all of the above and package it in nice jars and give it away. Some things like that are much more appreciated than more expensive things. You can swap some out with something someone else is...
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
[quote]Would it keep together better if you used less water? [/quote] Maybe, but we love the gravy and it was really rich in flavor. If I had turned it off a bit earlier it wouldn't have fallen apart. Not that it wasn't delicious though. Lol..........
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
I use jasmine rice....
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re: Rice and Gravy Rump Roast - Cajunate
[quote]So you cooked it all on the stove and not in the oven?[/quote] Yes, all done on the stove top....
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