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Yellow Grits or White Grits? - Cajunate
After reading a post about grits yesterdy I had an envie for some so this morning I made some cheesy yellow grits(Cajun Boy Brand Creamy Yellow Grits)which didn't exactly satisfy my envie. We have both yellow and white here and sometimes the white are better and vice versa. I had a couple of fre...
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re: What's on ya smoker today? - Cajunate
A lot of good looking eats in this thread!!!!!!!!!!!...
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re: Jambalaya Fest check in - Cajunate
Where is it?...
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
Thanks gang!!! We had that meat and gravy I made yesterday for dinner tonight. I also whipped up a potato salad and some canned green beans as sides. Not a bad meal at all!!!!! [IMG]http://i1183.photobucket.com/albums/x475/Cajunate/Best%20Homemade%20Chili%20Yet%202013/More%20Eats/DSC09294.jpg[...
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re: The great grits debate - Cajunate
Great! Now I'm having an envie for some grits! I guess I know what's for breakfast tomorrow morning. :nana:...
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re: The great grits debate - Cajunate
Salt! Ever temper a couple of eggs into your grits? Pretty good! At the Lodge store in Pittsburg TN. I picked up a bag of grits taht are really good. Smokey Mountain Milling white grits....
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
So the cornbread came out pretty good. [IMG]http://i1183.photobucket.com/albums/x475/Cajunate/Best%20Homemade%20Chili%20Yet%202013/More%20Eats/DSC09289.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i1183.photobucket.com/albums/x475/Cajunate/Best%20Homemade%20Chili%20Yet%202013/More%20Eats/DSC09290.jpg[/IMG] Not ...
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
Dogfish Head 120 That's what it was. Lol.........
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
What's the big deal about GITM? Last year a guy brought me some beer(I can't recall the name right now. I sent him an email to ask what it was.)that is supposedly a rare and great find when you can get it. It was one of the worst! And the gifter said it before he gave it to me. Lol....... Something ...
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
I would say yes but then you might not leave. :lol:...
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
[quote]Should have used that pork stock.[/quote] Yeah, I could have but since I made it from smoked then roasted pork butt bones I thought it would be better suited for the jambalaya later this week or over the weekend. [quote]That's a lot of ham. Makes me want some good beans right now. [/q...
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
Since I'm hanging around the house today cooking Navy Neans I decided to get a jump on tomorrow evening's dinner. Rice and gravy, well, at least the meat and gravy part. Browned up some beef(no, I don't remember what cut it was)seasoned simply with salt and black pepper. Removed the meat and caramel...
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re: Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
[quote]Recently bought a pressure cooker mainly for my beans. HIGHLY RECOMMEND. [/quote] Yeah I have a pressure cooker too but since I'm not in any hurry I'm just cooking them the old fashioned way. Cast iron(enameled coated though)over fire. Lol.........
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re: Secrets to a Great Jambalaya - Cajunate
[quote]You, sir, are a proven liar. [/quote] So YOU know what I have in my freezer???? [quote]By the way, I made duck pastrami and fois gras this weekend. Much better than yours.[/quote] Good for you!...
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Navy Beans Cooking Today! - Cajunate
I've been wanting some white beans for a while so today I decided to cook a pot of dried Navy Beans Blue Runner Navy Beans to be more precise. I like their dried beans. Got some leftover ham in with onions, celery and bell pepper cooking down before adding the beans and chicken stock. I can't w...
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re: Secrets to a Great Jambalaya - Cajunate
[quote]use pork stock[/quote] Last week when the freezer was on it's way out and I replaced it I rediscovered some pork stock I had made and Foodsavered. May use that this weekend for a jambalaya....
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re: Secrets to a Great Jambalaya - Cajunate
Let's face it. The same applies for jambalaya as gumbo..... There are as many recipes as there are people who cook them for jambalaya as well as gumbo. There is no ONE way to do it. Not all are great but some may be better than you think because of be it simple or complicated differences. Using pa...
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re: Anyone ever do a grilled meatloaf? - Cajunate
Got a meatloaf happening here today that will go on the grill later this afternoon. I like to use grated onion instead of chunks which will make it easier to fall apart. Then I added butter and homemade Italain bread crumbs to the pan to toast them a bit. Of course there's a couple of toes of cru...
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re: Anyone ever do a grilled meatloaf? - Cajunate
Got a meatloaf happening here today that will go on the grill later this afternoon. I like to use grated onion instead of chunks which will make it easier to fall apart. Then I added butter and homemade Italain bread crumbs to the pan to toast them a bit. Of course there's a couple of toes of cru...
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re: What's on ya smoker today? - Cajunate
Nothing going on the smoker for me today. I do have a pork loin in the fridge thawing I took out of the freezer yesterday. That will go on the smoker during the week....
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