Recipe Type: Classics

Fig Muffins

Fig Muffins

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In Memory of Louella Landry Kaplan LA Cajun love making fig preserves – Great with bread, corn bread, or over cream cheese as an appetizer. Another sweet use for fig preserves is to make fig preserve muffins – so good

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Fig Ice Cream

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Figs are among the oldest fruits.  Figs are  wonderful straight off the tree And what’s really nice you can also eat the peel. Many Cajun love making fig preserves – Great with bread, corn bread, or over cream cheese as an appetizer. Another sweet use is fig ice cream – ...

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Skillet Cornbread

Shrimp or Crawfish Cornbread

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Wikipedia states  – “The Southern version of cornbread actually originated with the Native Americans” Cajuns stepped it up a notch adding shrimp or crawfish

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Couche Couche One More Stir Enjoy

Coosh Coosh a’la Microwave

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A cornmeal dish know by so many names Kush Kush, Cush Cush, Couche Couche or Coosh Coosh  – is a favored Cajun dish. It is also eaten with different condiments Milk…. Figs, Sugar, Cane Syrup,Coffee, Bacon, and Cracklings. A Cajun tradition made easy with the microwave..

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Marylin's Whiskey Cookies

Whiskey Cookies

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In Memory of Marylin DeMarcy Morvant This cookie is know by several names – Christmas Lizzies Fruitcake Cookies, Candied Fruit and Bourbon Cookies, Christmas Fruit Cookies, and Fruitcake Drops. This recipe offered a special memory for Maw-Maw who first tasted this cookie 50 plus years ago while working for a ...

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Pralines

Pecan Coconut Pralines

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If you have never made these- you must try! These are Heavenly – Easy to prepare and these pecan sweet Coconut Pecan Pralines make the Perfect Treat and Holidays sharing!!

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French Toast Bake

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The ideal breakfast for Christmas morning! Easy too! Prepare the night before and pop in the oven Christmas morning. SO DELISH! Your family will sing Hallelujah!

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Croquinoles (Kro-ce-yoils) II

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A fresh batch of Croquinoles (Kro-ce-yoils) can perk up a dreary November afternoon, especially with a nice hot pot of spiced tea or a cup of dark roasted coffee. Great breakfast food.

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