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Thursday, July 09, 2015

Cajun Dirty Rice (Rice Dressing)

Cajun Dirty Rice (Rice Dressing) is not dirty at all as you will discover once you make some.This meal is so easy to prepare and the taste is absolutely delicious.

Ingredients

  •  1 1/2 lbs. ground meat (half pork and half beef)
  •  2 Tbs. oil* 
  •  1 small bell pepper, chopped
  •  1 stalk celery, chopped
  •  1/2 cup green onion tops, chopped
  •  a few sprigs of fresh parsley, chopped
  •  (1) 10.5 oz can of Campbell's beef broth
  •  1 1/2 cup cooked rice
  •  1 package beefy onion soup mix
  •  Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

Brown the ground meats. Add onions, bell pepper and celery (optional) and cook until tender. Next, add 1 can of Campbell's beef broth, the package of beefy onion soup mix and seasonings. Cook on medium heat for 15 minutes. Finally, add the meat mixture and chopped green onions to the cooked rice; stir and mix well.

This simple dish can become an entire meal in itself.

Enjoy!
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Thursday, July 02, 2015

Boudreaux and the Snake (Cajun humor)

Upon arriving at the edge of the bayou to do a little fishing, T-Boy Boudreaux soon realized he had forgotten to bring any bait.

Just then he happened to see a little garter snake passing by with a worm in its mouth.

Boudreaux snatched up the little snake and robbed him of his worm.

Feeling sorry for the little snake with no lunch, T-Boy snatched him up again and poured a little Bud Light down his throat. Then he went about his fishing.

An hour or so later he felt a tug at his pant leg. Looking down, T-boy saw the same snake with three more worms in his mouth.

So, I guess the moral of the story is "Where there's life--there's Budweiser".

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