In cajun country that’s fine china [;)]
JB you need to buy some china otherwise looks great….
ty for posting
JB, you done forced me into the kitchen you old scallion you!
It sure does, gonna have to give it a try.
Hey JB,We received your "Louisiana care package" today!! Man, Christmas in August!!!!!!!
Nancy and I opened the jar of homemade figs,each ate one, WOW!!! DELICIOUS!
You’re the man!
GAWD THAT LOOKS GOOD!
Sauce Piquante recipe
1/2 cup olive oil
1 sm. can tomato sauce
1 6 oz. can tomato paste
2 bunches green onions, chopped
1 can stewed tomatoes
1 large can mushrooms
3 bell peppers, chopped
4 red onions, chopped
3 cloves garlic, chopped
1 can Rotel tomatoes
1/2 cup celery, chopped
1 bay leaf
2 cups wine (white cooking wine)
2 cans beer
1 cup flour
Salt and pepper to taste
Meat: almost anything (3 rabbits – quartered, 4 ducks, 4 lbs. venison – cubed 2", 4 lbs. alligator – cubed 2"
Marinate all meats at least overnight. Brown meats before adding to gravy.
Make roux with olive oil, as dark or as thick as desired. Add onion, celery, green peppers, and stir over med. high heat until this cooks down. Add tomato paste, sauce, Rotel tomatoes, and stewed tomatoes. Continue cooking at med. to high heat for 1 hour stirring often, then add garlic, bay leaf, mushrooms, and 1 cup wine. Continue cooking for another 2-3 hours adding beer instead of water when needed to keep from getting too thick. Add meats to sauce and cook for 3 hours or until meat is tender. Just before turning off fire, add 1 cup of wine. A good sauce piquante cooks for up to 5 hours.
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