Recipe Type: Canning

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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Heatt Relish/Chow Chow

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Chow Chow is a culinary term for any spicy or piquant preparation used to enhance flavour of plain food. In the UK, a thin pickle or sauce with a vinegar base; in the USA it includes finely chopped fruit or vegetables with a dressing of salt, sugar, and vinegar, sometimes ...

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Pear Preserves

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This recipe is quick as the pectin provides the jelling action. Pectin is used as a thickener in jellies and jams and is available in liquid and dry forms.

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Spicy Pickled Eggs

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Fun Facts on eggs from the Department of Agriculture. Eggs age more in one day at room temperature than in one week in the refrigerator. Occasionally, a hen will produce double-yolked eggs throughout her egg-laying career. It is rare, but not unusual, for a young hen to produce an egg ...

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Bread and Butter Pickles

Refrigerator – Icebox- Bread and Butter Pickles

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Ten days in the fridge to perfection. Pickles have been traced back thousands of years and are as popular as ever to this day.

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Sugarless Fig/Pear Preserves

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Everyone knows Cajuns love their figs. Diabetes is unfortunately a problem in Cajun Country, therefore regular processed figs should not be eaten by a diabetic. This recipe will allow the Cajun to have his “figs” and eat them too!

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Freezing Corn

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Vegetables seem to ripen at the same time; here is a freezing method that will allow you to enjoy your summer bounty anytime you like.

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Deep Fried Pickles

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Many Cajuns grew up eating this appetizer at the Cock of the Walk Restaurant on Johnston Street in Lafayette before it burned down. The restaurant seemed almost famous for this dish. Many times, the restaurant’s parking lot would become flooded after heavy rains and once, a Kaplan man stepped out ...

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