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Old 2 Hours Ago   #7006
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I have gathered up all of my garden tomatoes cut up onion bell pepper some spices (cumin chili powder garlic black pepper and salt) a goodly portion of my fermented Poblano sauce and some cut okra I grew and it is simmering in big kettle.
Will add my left over cooked bait crawfish at just before serving time along with a roux.
You might call it crawfish gumbo, or you might not.

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I shop at a Latino market a lot. They have huge sections of fried pork skin. They taste great, but you may need to pull some hair off before you eat it. I prefer hairless pork skin.
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I always felt it helped to have some Cajun blood in your body to make really good Maque Choux. Because it varies a lot between old family recipes, preparation seems more instinctive than following a recipe. I love it.
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My mother was French Canadian and old world southern French.

I put a half can of Pabst Blue Ribbon in for good measuer.
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"Whoopie pie - https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/whoopie-pies-107615"

I've been wanting to make these for the farmers' market. This looks like a recipe I need to try.
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"Whoopie pie - https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/whoopie-pies-107615"

I've been wanting to make these for the farmers' market. This looks like a recipe I need to try.

Hope they do well at your market for you. They are quite tasty and easy enough to make, too.
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I'm always on the lookout for something different. We have too many bakers at our market.
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I have made these with some creamy peanut butter added to the filling ( add after you cream the butter and confectioner's sugar, then add in the fluff and vanilla. I did not measure exactly, maybe a 1/2 cup of creamy PB, but tasted the filling to see if it was right to me.



Or even make it a coffee or mocha version for something different.
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