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Entries from December 2009

Pizza Hand Made

December 30th, 2009 · 19 Comments

If you want that crisp, restaurant-quality pizza crust in your own home, cook your pizza on a pizza stone. A pizza peel is a handy tool, too, for transferring your pizzas to and from the oven. A Pizza Stone and Peel Set is inexpensive and adds professional pizzazz to the pizza making event.

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Tags: Entrees · Holidays · Italian · Recipes

Mountain Christmas Cabin Adventures

December 28th, 2009 · 12 Comments

I did find a good recipe for Jell-O shots and proceeded to make several batches of these over the next few days. Monique made her key lime pie and a batch of rice crispy treats too. I will post recipes of the pie and Jell-O shots too.

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Tags: Bon Vivant · Bread · Breakfast · Desserts · Entrees · Holidays · Recipes

Scottish Short Bread

December 21st, 2009 · 27 Comments

All ingredients are given in weight measure for these recipes, but you will find many of the traditional Scottish Short Bread recipes following a 4:2:1 ratio consisting of four parts flour, two parts butter, and one part sugar, there are many variations but this is the basic formula.

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Tags: Baking · Desserts · Holidays · Recipes

BMT Cajun Risotto

December 18th, 2009 · 21 Comments

Additionally, when my parents came to visit us in October (10/2009) my father Joe Boudreaux mentioned that he had worked for Mr. Stansel on his rice farm during his high school days. Gueydan is only a few miles from Morse, Louisiana, where my father grew up on their farm, they grew rice and soybeans also.

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Tags: Appetizers · Cajun · Entrees · Italian · Recipes