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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Temporarily Outta Recipes



Since I've been on vacation, I don't have any new food items or photos to share. BUT, before your taste buds shrivel up in disappointment, I'd like to direct you to fellow blogging Louisianian Marguerite over at Cajun Delights!

Just put "recipe" in the blog search box and you'll find a cornucopia of Cajun deliciousness. And if you have a request for certain types of dishes or recipes, let me know so I can work on that for future posts.

Now, what's your absolute favorite thing to cook and eat? (No, cereal does not count.) :)

27 comments:

Lori said...

Salad. I could chop up salad ingredients forever. When I'm not all that hungry, that is.

Jessica said...

Well, I don't like to cook, so nothing! LOL But I like to bake. Yum. Chocolate chip cookies are my favorite.

I hope you enjoyed your off time. :-)

Donna M. Kohlstrom said...

Will send my Southern/Cajun lovin' foodaholic over to check out the recipes.

I love to bake my veggie lasagna and non-dairy desserts.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Lori - I'm a salad lover too. There's just no end to the things you can add. Plus, chopping's good therapy. LOL

Jessica - The time away literally flew! And we had chocolate chip cookies with us. :)

Donna - He will LOVE Marguerite's fun blog. Look up her Drunken Chicken recipe to begin with. *slurp*

JennyMac said...

Oh, I will be over there today. We had jambalaya last night my Hub made. YUM. Except we havent seen good Crawfish in ages. Thanks for the link rec.

Angie Ledbetter said...

JennyMac, I wish I could send y'all some crawfish quiche if nothing else. :)

Debbie said...

Dairy is good. And sugar. That about covers my major food groups:)

Terri Tiffany said...

I love to bake! And of course eat it afterward. Probably cookies--healthy one;

Rebecca Nazar said...

Brownies, we have a love hate relationship. Love the taste, hate the hip results, but we're in it for the long haul. ;-)

Scott said...

Mashed Potates. I love, love, LOVE mashed potatoes. Give me a huge bowl, a spoon, and I'm one happy eater. I love me some regular mashed potatoes, but every now and then I like to jazz things up by adding . . . cream cheese, cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese, oh, and I've even added some crispy bacon crumbles.

Okay, I love to make salads also.

Fried chicken.

Pasta, Pasta, and more Pasta!

Great, now I'm hungry. Way to go, Angie!! ; )

S

Sharla said...

Nachos. And there's an routine to it. Lay down the chips, meat, chow-chow, cheese, repeat. When all layers are done, nuke it. Add tomatoes and lettuce and sour cream and mix it all up. My absolute favorite comfort food.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Debbie don't forget cheesy/crunchy/salty/fried!

Terri - I guess baking would be my least favorite b/c it takes so much time and it heats up the kitchen a lot. But cookies sound good. :)

Becca - Love your devotion and faithfulness. LOL

We could definitely share a table, Scott. I'll have to post a twice baked potatoes recipe soon. TDF!

Sharla - that sounds killer!

Stephanie Faris said...

Mmmmmmm. Thanks for sharing that site. I'm always looking for new recipes.

Diane said...

Anything involving CHOCOLATE!!!!!

Marguerite said...

My favorite thing to cook and eat? That would have to be shrimp, being the shrimpoholic that I am! Thanks for sending everyone over to my place, Angie. Hope that your sunburn is better.

Suzanne said...

Quick pasta. White. I make it almost three times a week.

Home from work put the pot of water on to boil. While waiting for it to boil, chop up whatever you have in the fridge (by way of vegetables)

Toss in frying pan with olive oil and salt. Onion and garlic and chick peas a must!

Put past in the pot and then put chicken stock in your frying pan. When the pasta is ready add it to your frying pan with your yummyness cooking up. Done, fast, yummy. We eat it all the time. My kids are getting a tad tired of zucchini right about now!

B.J. Anderson said...

GASP! No more recipes, Angie?! Ok, I'll go visit this other site. Hmmm. I like to make and eat homemade lasagna. Something about it is so warm and gooey and comforting. My all time favorite to make and eat.

Jill Kemerer said...

I love comfort food: lasagna, mashed potatoes, chili, you name it!

Elizabeth Bradley said...

I love homemade mac n cheese and meatloaf. Yum.

Oh, and a short cut to Marguerite's blog, how nifty!

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Oh Angie, I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy! I hope you're enjoying the vacation. And thanks so much. How sweet to award my little blog.
Elizabeth

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Oh no, erase alert, erase alert. It was Marguerite that bestowed the award on me. (See I'm new at this blogging thing, and I've messed up) I am leaving now, redfaced as can be!

Deb Shucka said...

A traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

Kathryn Magendie said...

I scrolled down to catch up - DANG - sunburn - Noxema takes the burn out - just rub it on and say "ahhhh' - a lifeguard told me about it and it does help! My mom used to use vinegar on burns.

I love love love tacos, and also, as you know - I love comfort food of tomato soup and a grilled cheese!

George LaCas said...

Pasta with olive oil (w garlic fried in it), tossed; red sauce to include garlic, crushed red pepper, and shrimp)

ChristaCarol said...

Chicken with Worcestershire sauce, tomato basil seasoning, and lemon juice with various sides. Or chicken shish-ka-bobs. Love those, with bella mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, white onions, pineapple, and green bell peppers.

david mcmahon said...

Cajun-style cooking forever!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Okay, y'all have made me hungry -- as if THAT'S a new state of being! ha.

George----I want that Thai recipe you hinted at in Twitter!

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