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Recipes by B. S. Flowers


Kim’s Chicken -Made with Jack Miller’s B-B-Que

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...Mawmaw tried this recipe from Jack Miller’s website. It seems almost every child growing up and playing baseball grew up eating Jack Miller’s Ball Park Hamburgers; that same sauce is used in this recipe....

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Steve’s Cobia Courtbouillon (Ku-B-ion)

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...Baked lemon fish in a spicy tomato sauce topped with crabmeat. I learned how to cook this from my late aunt Teresa. I also added a little something to it. If you use the best white fish (cobia) this will take your breath away, ENJOY! PS. Any firm white fish ...

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Bert’s Children’s Chili

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Bev’s Peanut Butter Pie

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...aw remembers as a young girl, her neighbor Mr. Dudley grew peanuts. Peanuts in Louisiana is not a common crop, so it was fun to see how this crop was grown. The peanut is unusual because it flowers above the ground, but fruits below the ground. Typical misconceptions of how ...

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Stuffed Crabs and Mushrooms

Barbecue Bar-b-que Crabs

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A nice alternative to boiling crabs.- stuffing can be used to stuff mushrooms and to make shrimp egg rolls

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Bar-b-que Crabs on the Pit

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...This recipe is an adaptation of a recipe originally seen on Facebook from Holden, LA – Maw-Maw added some tidbits. The crabs are cooked outside over flames or charcoal and offers a great alternative to boiling...

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Hitachi Steamer Bar-B-Que Shrimp

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...Although Hitachi makes many appliances, almost every Cajun who bought a rice cooker called it by its manufacturer name – a Hitachi!...

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Oven Bar-b-que Spare Ribs

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Average Rating: (4 / 5)

These ribs use a homemade bar-b-que sauce and just fall away from the bone when done. Although the process is a little long, the taste makes it worth it.

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Mark Boudreaux’s Cajun Jambalaya

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Jambalaya, a Cajun/Creole dish, is perhaps the most versatile main dish that Louisiana has to offer. The most important thing with this dish is to use the right equipment; any heavy bottomed cast iron pot or Dutch oven.

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Raoul’s Shrimp Etouffee

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Average Rating: (4 / 5)

...Here is yet another rendition of Shrimp Etouffee that I have worked a little. I’ve had many compliments for this version....

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Couvillion’s Eggplant Rice Dressing

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Excellent as side dish with any meat or as a main dish served with vegetables. This recipe was adapted from a recipe that traditionally uses pork.

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Ms. Charlene’s Chicken

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...My friend’s mom used to make these for us we were in high school. They were our favorite! Since we are all grown and moved out, we don’t see each other very often. So, out of the blue, I called her and she gladly gave me her recipe. I didn’t ...

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Lil Kennie’s Pecan Candy

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...If you like pralines, this is a great candy. It is also a quick one! This recipe calls for vanilla extract and not flavoring....

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Brenda’s Crawfish Fettuccine

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...A Cajun classic....

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T-Boy’s Red Beans & Rice

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...This is a traditional Monday food in New Orleans. Everyone has their own recipe for Red Beans & Rice, most of which probably change a little with each cooking. On a Monday the ladies of the house would put on a pot of red beans to cook all day while ...

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