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The Who Dat Po’Boy from The Southern Po’Boy Cookbook

From The Southern Po’Boy Cookbook comes this shrimp po’boy that commands you have a beer in your left hand [or right, but somewhere]. As po’boys go, this one is simple to prepare and not terribly gooey, but it is rich in flavor. Well, most correctly, it is rich in butter and spices which combine to…

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Cookbook Review: The Southern Po’Boy by Todd-Michael St. Pierre

This year, your travel plans may not call for going to New Orleans or having a New Orleans feast with a bevy of family or friends or just everybody on your block. Here’s how to share an incredible and totally authentic New Orleans experience right in your home kitchen or barbeque. Get The Southern Po’Boy…

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Sincronizada: Ham and Cheese and …

Breakfast in Texas offers opportunities for diversity. First, find a good, really good Tex-Mex spot. Like Curra’s Grill in South Austin. Then peruse the menu, find something you’ve never heard of, and give it a fling. Like a sincronizada [yes, “synchronized”]. It looks like a quesadillas but only a Tex-Mex amateur would confuse the two.…

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After the Sandwich There is the Piadina

There are sandwiches and then there are piadinas (pee-yah-DEN-ahs). Never heard of them? Neither had I until I picked up a copy of Grizzled Pizzas and Piadinas by Craig Priebe. Suzen and I are pizza fans so I truly bought the book for new pizza recipes, but we are now enthralled by the piadinas. This…

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