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En Français, s’il vous plaît: The Holy Trinity of the Kitchen

Popularized by Paul Prudhomme, the term “Holy Trinity” has entered the culinary lexicon to designate the three ingredients that form the base of Cajun and Creole cuisine. Onions, bell peppers (or sweet peppers as we say in Louisiana French), and celery are mandatory in our south Louisiana homes. Most of the dishes in our cookbooks …

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Louisiana Tea Cakes | Cooking in Sens

After World War II, my grandparents Wilbert and Elenora Western moved to California from Shreveport, Louisiana.  With the help of the G.I. Bill, they bought a double lot in East Los Angeles before it became Watts 🙂  At that time the neighborhood was mixed with both whites and blacks, mostly veterans, with beautifully kept lawns… …

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Exploring Turkish cuisine | 2020-05-21 | MEAT+POULTRY

Kebabs and kofte (meatballs), these are the two most common formats of meat and poultry in Turkish cuisine. Beef, chicken and lamb dominate, with spices plentiful. Today’s adventurous consumer welcomes these products pre-seasoned in ready-to-cook and heat-and-eat formats. Sis kebab is grilled cubes of skewered meat, while doner kebab is made by stacking alternating layers …

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Citrus sorbet mimosa with warm Italian ricotta cake | ice cream magazine

    The Tea Boy decided that the wedding breakfast of marmalade and ice cream deserved a toast! Time to deploy my ploy. The kitties mentioned in the previous post are ginger twins, named Penny and Tuppence.  I chat with the retired Judge whilst quietly bringing together the collective odd bits of citrus fruit which,… …

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