Strawberries are in season right now in Louisiana. We thought you might enjoy this recipe from Food.com. This would make an impressive and delicious breakfast for guests. INGREDIENTS: Strawberry Cream: 2 cups sliced strawberries 1⁄4 cup sugar 1 (8 ounce) … Continue reading
Missing Mardi Gras? Craving a Mardi Gras King Cake? If you live in an area where you can’t go to the nearest bakery or grocery store and pick up a King Cake, you may want to try making one using the … Continue reading
I always make gumbo the day before I serve it to let the flavors meld together. 1 chicken 1 lb. Andouille 1 c. oil 1½ c. flour 2 c. diced onions 2 c. diced celery 1 c. diced bell peppers … Continue reading
You can make frittata with just about anything thrown in! Ingredients: 8 eggs ½ c. milk 4 green onions, chopped ¼ c. red & green bell pepper, chopped and mixed 8 asparagus stems, steamed ¾ c. pepper jack cheese, … Continue reading
Ingredients: 1 lb. ground pork sausage 6 oz. yams, cut into ¼” cubes ¼ tsp. black pepper 1 tsp. rubbed sage A dash of ginger A dash of nutmeg ½ tsp. salt ½ tsp. dried thyme ½ tsp. cayenne pepper … Continue reading
I started making this recipe when the Ice Cream Banana plant which one of my guests from Florida brought me produced a bumper crop. Everybody loves it!
Everybody has their own family recipes that bring back fond memories. My mom’s pecan pie was always one of my favorites and she did a couple of things different than other recipes that I’ve read. The use of the maple … Continue reading
This is a great dish for New Year’s Eve or the day before a party because you can cook ahead and serve in a chaffer. Enjoy the party!!! The secret to tender brisket is slow cooking in the oven with … Continue reading
While my sister Jacqueline’s kids were infants, I went to France to help out. They had an apple tree in the backyard which produced a LOT of apples, so I was always looking for a dish that used them. Therefore, … Continue reading
This is our most versatile dish and should be prepared to fit each cooks’ taste. Feel free to add sautéed spinach, cooked asparagus, or even enjoy this dish without the croutons! Make it your own!