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Recipes from the Kitchen of Martha Boudreaux

February 14th, 2018 · 2 Comments

In tribute and remembrance of my mother, Martha Boudreaux, her cooking legacy will live on with this small collection of recipes which include some of our family favorites.  These meals were in and out of the family meal rotation for many years, growing up and eating these delights, I knew we had it good because I asked my parents to open up a restaurant. My mom said “Heh, no way! Its way too much work, but you can open one!” I was just 11 years old then, and her words of wisdom rang true just 10 years later upon my acceptance into the Culinary Apprenticeship Program at Delgado Community College the Fall of 1983.

Please enjoy this small collection of 7 recipes that I’ve put together, the first PDF document contains a booklet format with six recipes, which I’ll be handing out printed copies to 25 guests at her memorial service this Saturday. The other PDF is an extra recipe that was not added to the booklet due to my rush to get the booklet to print in time for our trip to New Orleans. The Lagniappe recipe (a little something extra) is the Cauliflower Salad recipe, which always went well with the Garlic Stuff Pork Loin Roast.

Enjoy and Bon Appetite!

Recipes from the Kitchen of Martha Boudreaux (PDF, 815K., 4pp.)

Cauliflower Salad Martha Boudreaux (PDF, 164K., 1p.)

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Greg Bruno // Feb 14, 2018 at 10:29 pm

    It’s always good to get a little Lagniappe!

  • 2 Brad Ott // Feb 17, 2018 at 10:54 pm

    Very nice and tasty tribute, Ryan.