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Watch as Jordan, a 4-H’er from Louisiana, shows you how to make a solar oven from a Pringles can. You can cook anywhere with this great oven, all you need is the sun! Check out more great videos and online games on the Louisiana 4-H Kids Clubhouse website at www.louisiana4h.org/kids.
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I have never cooked a turkey and would like to make a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year. I am from Louisiana so I would appreciate tips on how to make a southern/cajun style gravy as well. Thanks!
go to emeril lagassi’s website
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I am cooking for my step-daughters wedding and I need some ideas on what to prepare. We live in Louisiana and I already have plans to fix shrimp bisque, because the bride and groom have requested it. Any ideas? or even recipes?
Mmmm…. Shrimp bisque! Maybe you could do primarily a seafood theme so that items on your full menu will automatically complement each other. When I host large dinner parties, I make crab cakes because I can prepare them a day in advance, leave them in the fridge and them pop them into the oven the day of. Plus, the time spent resting in the fridge allows the flavours to develop! While crab cakes are more affordable as a starting course, maybe a lobster lasagna would make a nice main. Again you can assemble it a day ahead, pop it into the oven and you can make the other layers using less expensive ingredients like ricotta cheese and spinach. Delicious!
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IN NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
No`~but you can go to youtube and watch cooking, baking, and cake decorating videos also go to allrecipes.com they have many cooking videos and kraftfoods.com has many fun things to make and bake and lots of videos just like being in class and you can play the ones you like over again epicurious.com also has cooking videos just click on cooking videos in at the top of the page. you can also type in cooking videos in your browser bar
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I just want to go camping. WIth tents, and a fire pit to cook, and sleep on the ground. I don’t want RV spots, or wi-fi internet, but that’s all I seem to be able to find. I just want to go camping in the wilderness! Please any help, even just a web site to search on!
Ah, the great outdoors! Louisiana does have lots of ‘wilderness’ areas, but unfortunately most wilderness that’s not developed is either private or state property. According to your profile, I see you live in or near New Orleans. There are a few good places near you, that might suit you.
Fairview Riverside State Park in Madisonville, LA. Just drive north across the Causeway and follow the signs. Fairview has RV spots, but they *also* have primitive campsites, too. The primitives are a bit away from the RV sites. Fairview also has nice bath house facilities. It is located on bank of the Tchefuncte River, with great river access. There are also miles of hiking trails here, including a boardwalk path near the river.
You may also want to check out Fountainbleu State Park, which is a few miles east of Fairview SP. Fountainbleu is officially in Mandeville. It’s a bigger park than Fairview, and it’s situated on Lake Pontchartrain. I believe they also offer primitive campsites. And they have miles of hiking trails as well. Fountainbleu used to have a swimming pool, but i’m not sure if it’s still there, or maintained.
Both places may suit your purposes.
A simple and easy way to cook your purple hull peas. Probably as many ways to cook em as there are varieties, this is just one. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at http://www.thebayougardener.com
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does anyone know of any summer cooking classes in the lafayette, louisiana region?
sometimes Williams-Sonoma has quick little cooking classes and they might be free, you should check on their website for stores near you.
And FYI Paula Deen lives in Savanna, Georgia!!!!