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Cajun Chef Ryan

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Alexia Sweet Potato Fries

March 23rd, 2011 · 10 Comments

Alexia products as part of the Tastemaker program. The package included a coupon for one free bag of their frozen vegetable product, along with a nice apron and a well drafted letter.

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Good Friday Seafood Fun and Crabmeat Stuffing too!

April 15th, 2009 · 1 Comment

A few mental notes for the next visit to Earp’s – they do sell frozen crawfish tail meat imported from China, so that will only do in an absolute pinch. But they also have frog legs, scallops and just about any fish. Grouper, salmon, catfish, haddock,Pollock, trout, red snapper, and flounder were also available on our visit.

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Tags: Appetizers · Cajun · Creole · Entrees · Food · Ingredients · Recipes · Seafood

Crawfish Monique

January 28th, 2009 · 14 Comments

The recipe below is based on what I was taught and how to make the famous dish from scratch. However, I must say that I have modified the recipe some, in the traditional recipe the chicken base and Parmesan cheese was not used, and instead of Cajun Spice Blend they used Paul Prudhomme’s Seafood Magic spice blend, which is a very good blend.

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Tags: Cajun · Culture · Events · Food · Heritage · Recipes · Sauces · Seafood

Tailgating at the gridiron

October 17th, 2008 · Comments Off on Tailgating at the gridiron

Upon arrival and way before the pandemonium of the football game starts my senses are peeled as we make our way to the parking spot and follow my nose with all the grilling, barbecues and party atmosphere that takes over the masses. It is a certainty that at most sporting events these days you will […]

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Another Foodie Weekend Passed

August 25th, 2008 · Comments Off on Another Foodie Weekend Passed

On Friday a met Monique for lunch at Firehouse Subs in the Brier Creek shopping area and we both got a sub, I got the new BBQ Smoked Brisket Sub and she got the Hook and Ladder Sub. Both were good, but not like a good ole messy Hot Roast Beef Po-Boy like in NOLA. […]

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