Easy Pecan Pie

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...This recipe was passed down to me from my mama. Mama and daddy were true Cajun. Their parents only spoke French and mom and dad spoke French when they didn’t want us kids to know what they were talking about. I come from a large family (I had 6 brothers ...

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Ms. Sally’s Cajun Pork Roast

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...Delicious pork roast prepared on a grill. This recipe was given to me by my Cajun cousin, Sally Sonnier Hand. It may have originated with her dad, Uncle Otis Sonnier. Wherever it came from it is a delicious Cajun way to cook a pork roast and I think it will ...

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Mamaw Summet’s Chocolate Gravy

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...This is so good that it’ll make a hound break a log chain to get to it. One day at work I asked if anyone had any unusual recipes. A young lady, Jordan Raymer, asked if I had ever had Chocolate Gravy and Biscuits. That one got my attention....

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Kumquat Bread

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...Kumquats are tiny fruits with a sweet to sour citrus flavor and a fully edible peel. Kumquats are in season starting in October in South Louisiana....

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Persimmon Bread with Toasted Pecan Brown Sugar Glaze

Persimmon Bread I

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Freeze the persimmon pulp and make this bread anytime!

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Persimmon Bread III

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...Persimmon wood is very heavy and hard. It was once used to make golf clubs. Persimmon trees can take up to seven years before they produce fruit. Persimmons are used to make baked goods, such as cookies and breads. Source: producepedia.com...

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Ione’s Chicken Pie

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One of the best chicken pies you will ever eat. If you are ever in Breaux Bridge, LA, stop and get a piece of this delicious dish.

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Persimmon Bread II

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...of the gods.” From eHow - Persimmon is an attractive tree with nutritional, sweet, autumn-ripening fruit that has been an old-fashioned favorite for homeowners in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 5 through 11, depending on the variety. Persimmon trees fall into two distinct categories: non-astringent, which can be eaten ...

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RCR Creamed Corn (1)

Creamed Corn

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Freezer Cucumber Pickles

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...So Many Cucumbers and So Little Time to Eat Them? Freezer Pickles can get you more time to enjoy them. This is a good way to make use of plastic margarine tubs, peanut butter & mayonnaise containers. These are so good you will want to eat them right out the ...

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RCR Cinnamon Rolls (3)

Refrigerator Rolls/ Refrigerator Cinnamon Rolls

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Great Fresh Cooked Rolls. This recipe shows how to prepare the basic refrigerator rolls. Then using the same basic recipe to prepare cinnamon rolls.

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Crab and Corn Bisque Chowder

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A rich crab bisque for a main meal or as an appetizer. A good friend Kenneth from Breaux Bridge, LA, gave me this recipe many, many years ago.

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Gwyn Dill Pickles

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...es, these are quick to make. Use either small whole cucumbers or cut larger ones into quarters. Because dill pickles have such a bold flavor, it only takes a small serving to flavor your food. Top a burger or sandwich with just two or three slices. Add just 1 tablespoon ...

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RCR Bundt Fig Cake Cut (14-1) (Custom)

Tante Linda’s Buttermillk Fig Preserve Cake with Buttermilk Glaze

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...Grab those fig preserves that you have hiding in the kitchen cabinets and get to baking and make this rich, decadent Cajun fig preserve cake....

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RCR Lemon Dump Cake (3) (Custom)

Coconut Praline Lemon Pineapple Cake (Dump Cake)

Average Rating: (2 / 5)

Such an easy cake make and the praline topping is so good- Your friends will think you slaved all day to make it. Even better left overnight in the fridge.

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