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CAJUN CHICKEN BREASTS

I learned most of my Cajun dishes from the cookbooks of one of the masters: chef Paul Prudhomme. Sometimes, I’d use some of his great seasoning ideas in my own dishes. 331 more words

Food

HEY MON, YA SHULD NAH MESS WID DA VOODOO JUJU

Ok that’s the extent of my Creole Patois – but I definitely believe one must respect this ancient practice which is as old as Africa itself. 938 more words

Bury The Hallelujah, Pancakes, and the Beginning of Lent

Several years ago, one of our church members was visiting family when she heard about the tradition of “burying” the hallelujah during lent. I had never heard about this practice, but was intrigued by it…especially with regard to teaching children about the Lenten journey. 276 more words

Lent

Avocado Chili

Salutations, lovely Sporkers! To those of you who are still dealing with aching livers from the insanity of Fat Tuesday (it was only a week ago, okay?), you are in luck! 403 more words

Spork

What a week!

What a whirlwind of a week!  Busy, busy, with year-end work and taxes etc.  But more importantly, busy with FUN activities!

It started out with Fat Tuesday.  514 more words

Ramblings

Winter Words

Winter continues to firmly grip north Georgia. Last week was tough with low temperatures and strong winds. This week we won’t get any higher than 45 and lows will be in the 20’s for the most part. 592 more words

Semla (Fat Tuesday bun)

This “Semla” is a typical Swedish pastry eaten from the start of January (but 20-30 years ago they started selling it just a couple of days before Fat Tuesday -17 Feb.) and traditionally made until Easter. 154 more words

Bakning