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Hot Cocoa (Coco)

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Memaw use to make this for us but would always say “now remember this is for 1 cup ONLY”.

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German Chocolate Filling

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Perfect for cakes and sweet dough tarts! Being from a large family, we loved when Momma made her German chocolate cake. The kids would fight to lick the spoon.

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Seafood Casserole

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Mel’s Diner Grits

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Scalloped Potatoes

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Blackberry Cobbler

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Banana Nut Bread

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Stuffed Flounder

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Mocha Peanut Butter Milk Shake

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Malted milk, found in ice cream malts and candies, is a powdered gruel made from a mixture of malted barley, wheat flour, and evaporated whole milk source Wikipedia.com . The powder is used to add its distinctive flavor to: Malted hot drinks, such as Horlicks and Ovaltine – Malted milk ...

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Peanut Butter Cookies

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The author’s granddaughter, Veronica Lange Bourque shares her memory of the time as a student in Mrs. Drott’s 8th grade Home-Economics class. Mrs. Drott allowed each student to choose one of their favorite recipes to be prepared and shared with the class. Each dish was then anonymously voted on by ...

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Potato Salad

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A Cajun and his potato salad question – Do you eat your potato salad in the gumbo or on a plate and not in the gumbo dish?

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Jack Daniels Cake

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Mexican Cornbread

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Although not original to the Cajun culture, Mexicorn a corn mixture of corn, red and green peppers, is used by the Cajun culture for so many dishes -this is one of its favorite uses.

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Mango Salsa

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This simple and colorful mango salsa is super easy to make! It’s sweet, spicy and absolutely delicious. Serve this fresh mango salsa with chips, on tacos or salads, or as a salad itself. It’s that good.

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Bouille – Bouee – Debris

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This dish contains most of the variety meats that Cajuns call Debris or Bouee. It consists basically of the organs such as liver, heart, kidneys, tripe, spleen (melt), the honeycomb (la platin), brain, lungs and sweetbreads (pancreas). There are two kinds of sweetbreads: stomach sweetbreads (also known as heart or ...

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Lena’s Old Fashion Blackberry Tart and Pie Filling

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Recipe is from a newspaper clippings – Sarah Lemon sent this recipe on behalf of food editor Tommy Simmons who tasted it at a great get together of their “Ladies at Lunch” group. The recipe is from Lemons sister, George Anderson of Jackson Mississippi.

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Molasses Cookies

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Steen’s product are a favored Cajun product. Although any molasses may be used, the author likes the Steens Molasses in this recipe

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Crawfish Bisque (with head stuffing)

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This dish is a Labor of Love. The stuffed heads are prized when serving this dish…so much so that one of Maw-Maw’s friends would stand by the pot and dish out “your share” of the love.

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Minnehaha (Mini HaHa) Cookies

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We don’t name them, we pass on the tradition of the cookies and cakes named after an Indian Princess From definitions.net -Minnehaha is a fictional Native American woman documented in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s 1855 epic poem The Song of Hiawatha. This is an “old cookie” – makes lots – great ...

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Red Beans And Sausage

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A Super Shortcut recipe for a Great Cajun Classic!! When the author shared this recipe with her MeMaw, she commented that she was not fond of it. Her words “I don’t care much for quick or short cut recipes”, or as the author likes to call them “lazy recipes”. Once ...

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