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Recipes by Linda Bradley


RCR Cinnamon Rolls (12)

Linda’s Fresh Cinnamon Rolls (School Recipe)

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...When we grew up, we often had cinnamon rolls at school. This recipe is a recreation of that old-fashioned taste. On this website Look up - Linda’s Old-Fashioned School Cafeteria Bread Rolls to make this recipe...

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RCR Linda Cafeteria Rolls

Linda’s Old-Fashioned School Cafeteria Bread Rolls

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Remember the bread rolls you had in school? These are the old-fashioned schoolhouse fresh melt-in-your-mouth rolls. This recipe is from a former school cafeteria worker.

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Low Fat Cajun Chicken

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...With an ever increasing interest in the reduction of excess fat in our daily diets, the Cajuns are no exception. This recipe (Original, cooked in Hitachi rice cooker) has been modified to reduce the fat content; both the modified versions of cooking in a rice cooker and stovetop are shown....

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Old Fashioned Classic Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Frosting

Average Rating: (3 / 5)

...This is the classic chocolate cake every Cajun child had growing up. The chocolate frosting recipe is also included or you can use the German Chocolate recipe on our website to frost. Merveilleusement délicieux....

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The travels of a fig!

Fig Cobbler

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...Create a great dessert with Fig Preserves and a Mais Pan type cake – One of the best!!!...

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RCR Trifle (23)

Berry Banana Trifle

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This is great for the classic Sunday dinner dessert.

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Corn Mook Shoo

Crockpot Corn Macque Choux

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...Need to freeze fresh corn or want to have macque choux without much stirring so you can cook other foods? The best part of using a slow cooker or crock pot is that it’s simple and takes less effort and stirring than stove top cooking....

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Shrimp Piquant Stew

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...Since seafood is plentiful in the South, one of the more popular dishes is shrimp stew. With some of our Cajun slang, shrimp is sometimes pronounced “shramp”. Either way you say it, it is still good. Boiled, peeled eggs are often added to this recipe....

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