chicken

Cajun, chicken, Creole, poultry, Shrimp

Jambalaya

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As I look for food inspiration during the cold and dark days of February there is often talk of Mardi Gras. It is the carnival in New Orleans that takes place the week before Ash Wednesday and lent. New Orleans is known for great food, particularly the Cajun and Creole […]

Basic steps, chicken, poultry, stock

Dark chicken stock

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This is a variation of regular chicken stock. It is very useful in many recipes calling for beef or veal stock. When you need a sauce for game, roast lamb or any dark sauce for a roast you can use this recipe. The recipe is almost the same as regular […]

Basic steps, chicken, poultry, stock

Chicken stock

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Chicken stock is the foundation for countless recipes, including soups, stews and sauces. Good, properly made chicken stock is why the restaurant preparation tastes so special. There are usually big cauldrons of stock simmering for hours in the back of restaurants with scrap bones and vegetable trim. You can save […]