Fried Brain

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Average Rating: (4 / 5)

...Because it is hard to find, fried cow’s brain is a treat for my family....

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Holiday Eggnog Pie

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...Bringing all the good things of holiday cooking together in one pie....

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Boulettes – Fried Crawfish Balls – Fried Shrimp Balls – Fried Crab Balls

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Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...As a young child growing up, I remember on Friday’s during Lent, my Dad would trade some of his farm goods for fresh shrimp. Mom would make us shrimp stew with fried shrimp balls. As with almost any shrimp dish, crawfish can be used instead....

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Liver with Onion Gravy

Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...As kids we would love it when Dad came home from the boucherie and it was his turn to get the liver and variety meats. Mom would cook us up some liver and onion. That was so good. She would also fry some too. It has been said that people ...

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Cajun Fried Ribs

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Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...The spices in this recipe are perfect; garlic always seems to compliment the pork flavor....

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Deep Fried Pickles

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Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...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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Green Tomato Cabbage Chow Chow Relish

Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...One of the more popular chow chow that goes really well with rice and gravy or a Ball Parks Weiner hotdog!...

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Cucumber Cabbage Chow Chow

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Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...Many refer to chow-chow as a catch-all term for any vegetable based relish. Chow-chow is meant to be a condiment and is usually put on top of or alongside the food. This dish is meant to enhance the dish you are serving rather than be mixed with it. Chow-chows can ...

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Low Fat Cajun Chicken

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Average Rating: (0 / 5)

...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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Eggplant Chow Chow Relish

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...Eggplant lovers unite! Another way to eat one of our favorites....

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Never Fail Plain Cake

Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...My husband’s mother loved to bake this cake for her husband and children. I use this cake now as a shortcake for sliced strawberries topped with Cool Whip or iced with chocolate served with a fresh brewed cup of coffee....

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Pickled Green Tomatoes

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...A popular old time classic....

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Mushroom Stuffed Pastry

Average Rating: (5 / 5)

...I have cooked these appetizers so many times for parties; if Cajuns are at my party I crank up the red pepper; if not I tame the flavor a bit. Either way you go this will be hit at any Mardi Gras party, holiday or family gatherings. Great for picnics ...

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Cabbage Wedge-Meal-In-One

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...Cooked cabbage has been wrongfully accused of smelling up kitchens everywhere. But don’t blame the cabbage, blame the COOK. The odor problem is a result of overcooking and in addition use of aluminum pans. The solution? A brief cooking time (just until fork tender) and using stainless steel pots and ...

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Easy Fruit Dip

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...Fruit cut into bite size pieces can make the party platters lots of fun and so good. This dip is great for parties and weddings!...

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