Recipe Type: Classics

Dales Shrimp Macque Choux

Dale’s Shrimp Corn Macque Choux

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Delicious entree or side dish made of fresh corn and shrimp; easy, versatile, and quick to cook.

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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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Persimmon Bread II

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Persimmons, the Latin word for it means “food 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 ...

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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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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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Pumpkin Custard Pie

Pumpkin Custard Pie

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From Wikipedia  - A pumpkin is a cultivar of the squash plant, most commonly of Cucurbita pepo, that is round, with smooth, slightly ribbed skin and deep yellow to orange coloration. The thick shell contains the seeds and pulp. The pumpkin pulp is the heart of this pie. What is interesting ...

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Cajun Seasoning All-Purpose Spice Blend

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Most Cajun cooks will shake a little of this and some more of that – with this you shake only one time.  Salt added separately according to your dietary needs.

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RCR Stringbeans and Potatoes (28) (Custom)

String Beans (Green Beans) and Potatoes

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From the LSU College of Ag Center = Snap beans, green beans, or string beans…no matter which name you prefer, they are one and the same and in season! Green snap beans are categorized into two different groups, bush or pole beans, based on growth characteristics. If the bean plant needs support ...

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