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Karl’s Cajun Deviled Eggs for a Crowd

Jan’s Ethno Breakfast has come around again. For the last one I had made two dozen curried deviled eggs with chives. I did not want to make exactly the same thing again, so I thought I would make this batch Cajun. Cajun cuisine calls for “the holy trinity”—bell pepper, celery and onions.

Karl’s Cajun Deviled Eggs for a Crowd

Karl’s Cajun Deviled Eggs
for a Crowd

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Karl’s Cajun Shrimp Salad

February 13th was Fat Tuesday and wife Jan asked for Louisiana food for dinner. She sent me several URLs for “Louisiana salads.” Some had ingredients that were very un-Louisianan. Others were very starchy—since I had decided on red beans and rice as my main dish, I wanted something a bit lighter.

Karl’s Cajun Shrimp Salad

Karl’s Cajun Shrimp Salad

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Karl’s Creole vs. Cajun Spice Blends

An oft asked question on the internet is: What is the difference between Creole Spice vs. Cajun Spice blends? There is a lot of confusion surrounding these two mixes of spice. Frequently, they are treated as being identical, but they are not. Continue reading

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Karl’s Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

Eilene is having her horde of friends over for a Game of Thrones night. I thought I would go Cajun. I lived in Louisiana for a couple of years and I have been craving red beans and rice with hushpuppies.

Karl’s Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

Karl’s Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

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