I am in west central louisiana and was wondering if anyone knows if the oil used to deep fry the turkey would be good to poor out in the woods as an attractant.
mix with deercorn oatmeal and acorn all ground up with some malases. and you basicly have yourself a salt block. but as for the oil alone i dont beleve that there would be any reason that the deer would be attracted to that
I know, being from Louisiana I should have been born knowing how to cook Cajun, lol! But both my grandmothers and my great-grandmother who were the best cooks in my family, died when I was in high school before I took an interest in cooking and I was just wondering if anyone could give me some tips.
Warning: I have never cooked anything without a microwave or oven but I am ready to try cooking on a stovetop!!!
1. Bless your sweet heart. Here are a bunch of Cajun and Southern recipes from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas & Florida for you:
2. Crawfish Broil:
And here are lots and lots of foods that I’m sure you will be interested in learning about:
Put the following into your “Favorites”, or into your “My Documents”.
1. Foil-Pack Dinners-turn on your sound (video):
2. Dinner recipe videos, turn on your sound and click this link:
3. Favorite Brand Name Recipes:
Take a look at these recipes from Campbells:
4. In a rush? Smithfield, Hormel, Armour, Tyson have packages of PRE-COOKED beef tips, roast, pot roast, pork roast, chicken, ham, meatload. Use this for your meat dish with a side dish or two of vegetables, rice, or potatoes. You will find these packages near the meat section, they are not frozen. Ask a clerk for help.
5. Tyson’s fully cooked whole chickens are delicious. I serve them often with S&W canned sweet potatoes, Stove-Top dressing, microwave chicken/turkey gravy in jars, a canned vegetable, canned cranberry sauce, and frozen Pillsbury Microwave Biscuits which are better than I can make. A frozen pie defrosted and fully cooked. Perfect for one or two people at Thanksgiving or Christmas.
6. Another thing you can do is cook in a slow cooker or a crock-pot. You put the meat into the crock-pot in the morning and it cooks all day long. The meal is ready at dinner time. Crock-pots can be bought at your grocery store, WalMart, Target, etc. BE SURE to read the booklet that comes with the crock-pot.
Here are some crock-pot recipes for you:
Beef Recipes in Crock Pot (see other types of meats at the very bottom of this link):
Chicken Recipes in Crock Pot:
TEXAS crock pot recipes:
7. If you are in a hurry, go to your grocery store and pick up a roasted chicken that you can buy in the deli section. They also have side dishes such as veggies, salads, desserts, and etc.
8. Frozen dinners are always a good choice. Our favorites are Stouffer’s, Marie Calendar’s, Michael Angelo’s, Boston Market’s. Just add a side dish, salad, or fruit salad. Desserts can be bought in the bakery section of your grocery store.
9. Ragu Sauces- Italian (in jars, just pour it on).
Scroll down this screen, click a category and then click “Find Recipe” at the bottom of the screen:
10. Quick put together desserts:
Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk videos-turn on your sound:
Kraft’s Chocolate Passion Bowl (video):
8 MINUTE STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE
Philidelphia Cream Cheese has ready to eat cheesecake Tubs:
Video – New York Style Cream Topped Cheesecake:
FROZEN PEANUT BUTTER PIE-no bake
Video – Pie Crust, How to Make and Bake:
11. Tossed Salad (video):
Caesar Salad – chef style (video):
Quick five minute Caesar Salad (video):
12. Guacamole Dip video (peppers can be left out if you wish):
14. Chef Wan’s Recipes-Malaysia…in south east asia – pictures:
(Categories on the left hand side of the screen)
15. Video On How To Cook A Rib Eye Steak (turn on your sound), click this link:
16. Ramen noodles recipes:
17. Look through these chicken & pasta recipes:
To mark her 27th birthday, Britney Spears announced her 2009 tour, set to be her return to music. The 35-date North American & United Kingdom tour, aptly entitled, “The Circus Starring Britney Spears” will be the first tour for Spears in over four years.
With the exception of a few random performances and a short-lived attempt at a “comeback” in 2007, the singer has been relatively quiet when it comes to her career. But over the past few years, Spears’ personal life has been the focus of the media and public’s attention. With a marriage, divorce, birth of two children, rehab, custody battles and countless breakdowns and bizarre moments, people had nearly given up on the pop icon and continually referred to her story as a tragedy. Thankfully, with the help of her father, she got her feet back on the ground and headed back to the studio to write and record her latest album.
“Circus” is Spears’ sixth studio album, but certainly the most highly-anticipated of her career to date. Her kick off single “Womanizer” quickly became her first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 since her debut “…Baby One More Time” in 1998, and gained the status of largest opening-week downloads, with 286,000, according to Neilsen SoundScan.
With the whole world rooting for her, Spears will kick-off her “circus” with opening act The Pussycat Dolls in her home-state of Louisiana on March 3, 2009. With a string of Canadian dates intertwined and a 7-date stretch at the O2 Dome in London, UK, The Circus Starring Britney Spears is set to be a record-breaking revival tour!
<b>The Circus Starring Britney Spears 2009 North American tour dates
March 3 – New Orleans Arena – New Orleans, LA</br>
March 5 – Philips Arena – Atlanta, GA</br>
March 7 – American Airlines Arena – Miami, FL</br>
March 8 – St Pete Times Forum – Tampa, FL</br>
March 11 – Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum – Uniondale, NY</br>
March 13 – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ</br>
March 16 – TD Banknorth Garden – Boston, MA</br>
March 18 – Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON</br>
March 20 – Bell Centre – Montreal, QC</br>
March 24 – Verizon Center Washington – Washington, DC</br>
March 26 – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT</br>
March 27 – Mellon Arena – Pittsburgh, PA</br>
March 28 – Joe Louis Arena – Detroit, MI</br>
March 29 – Boardwalk Hall – Atlantic City, NJ</br>
March 30 – Toyota Center – Houston, TX</br>
March 31 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX</br>
April 2 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO</br>
April 3 – Target Center – Minneapolis, MN</br>
April 6 – Rexall Place – Edmonton, AB</br>
April 8 – General Motors Place – Vancouver, BC</br>
April 9 – Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA</br>
April 11 – ARCO Arena – Sacramento, CA</br>
April 12 – HP Pavilion At San Jose – San Jose, CA</br>
April 14 – Energy Solutions Arena – Salt Lake City, UT</br>
April 16 – Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA</br>
April 19 – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA</br>
April 24 – Jobing.com Arena – Glendale, AZ</br>
April 25 – MGM Grand Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, NV</br>
April 28 – Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL</br></p>
<p><b>The Circus Starring Britney Spears 2009 UK tour dates : </b></br> June 3 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br> June 4 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br> June 6 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br> June 7 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br> June 10 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br> June 11 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br> June 14 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br></p> <p><b>Tickets for Britney Spears “Circus” tour are available at:</b></br> ShowTimeTickets.com</br> 604-688-5000</br> 1-800-480-SHOW(7469) </br> <a href=”http://www.showtimetickets.com”>www.showtimetickets.com</a> </p>
<p><b>The Circus Starring Britney Spears 2009 UK tour dates
June 3 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br>
June 4 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br>
June 6 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br>
June 7 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br>
June 10 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br>
June 11 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br>
June 14 – O2 Dome – London, UK </br></p>
<p><b>Tickets for Britney Spears “Circus” tour are available at:</b></br>
A honeymoon is an unforgettable holiday that every newly married couple embarks on, before establishing their marital life. Although a honeymoon is a traditional idea, nevertheless it carries romantic sentiment and in some cases, honeymoon holiday packages are also gifted to the newly weds by parents and relatives.
Choosing a honeymoon vacation destination can be a little confusing, but there are travel agencies out there who offer wonderful honeymoon packages. There are a number of exotic places that a couple can visit and travel agents are the best informed to help with the final choice. The US alone has so many exquisite places to visit.
Hawaii has been ranked as the number one honeymoon destination for decades now. Sun-kissed beaches, azure water, hidden coves, world class accommodation and the delicious cuisine make Hawaii special. Popular and incredibly beautiful, Hawaii is a lovers paradise. For those who are sports enthusiasts, Hawaii is ‘the’ place to be in to enjoy amazing water sports. Hawaii is one of nature’s perfect creations and the weather is simply perfect all year round.
The places worth visiting in Hawaii are Waikiki and Maui islands that display the island’s culture and natural beauty. There are many luxurious accommodation options in Hawaii that offer wonderful packages and benefits like Halekulani, Hyatt Regency and the Kahala Mandarin Oriental Hawaii, to name a few.
Niagara Falls is another perfect destination for honeymooners. Niagara Falls is both, beautiful and economic and its panoramic view can be viewed from the US as well as Canada. The main attractions at Niagara Falls include the ‘Maid of the Mist’ boat cruise that screens an enjoyable feature film from IMAX about the history of Niagara Falls. The other must-see attractions are:
- The Guinness Book of World Records Museum
- Mystery Maze
- The Haunted House
- The House of Frankenstein
You should not forget to visit New York while you are at Niagara Falls. You will get a lot of room to splurge on shopping, restaurants and some of the world’s best theaters.
Florida may be ranked third, but no other destination can compete with Florida in terms of the warm festive ambience that it extends to its guests. Florida offers something for everyone and its itinerary of must see places is so long that tourists are often confused about where to go and what to leave out. Starting from Walt Disney World to the wonders of Orlando, Palm Beach, Miami, Daytona and the Florida Keys, the place is amazing. Along with sightseeing, Florida also offers all its guests lavish accommodation and the most exhilarating assortment of water sports.
Las Vegas is at number four not because it lacks something, but because it has a bit more than a couple on a honeymoon can expect. Las Vegas is also famous as the ‘city that never sleeps’ and is known for gambling and quick weddings, besides sightseeing. This city offers every couple on a honeymoon an experience of a lifetime.
Apart from these places, other hot honeymoon destinations in the US are California (Wine Country), Pennsylvania (Poconos), Louisiana (New Orleans) and almost all the southern states on the Gulf Coast.
Categories: Louisiana Cooking Tags: BBQ, beef, bp, Cajun, cooking, eye, grilled, grilling, jb, louana, Louisiana, mama, of, oil, potatoes, reverse, roast, round, sear, slap, smothered, Southern, spill, style, The, ya
Have you ever wondered why the Utah Jazz is named as such? New Orleans, Louisiana was the birthplace of jazz, right? In fact, the NBA squad, the Utah Jazz, was originally the New Orleans Jazz. The Jazz played in New Orleans from 1975-1979. When the team moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, it retained the original team name.
Here are some interesting facts about Utah:
Utah’s name originates from the Ute Native Americans
Utah’s nickname is the “Beehive State”
The state bird is ironically the California Sea Gull
The Utah state flag contains a beehive, which symbolizes diligence
Major industries include farming, mining, natural gas, oil, and steel production
The Utah Jazz’s premiere season in the NBA included some sour notes. They lost their first game to the Portland Trailblazers, and ended the season with 24-58 record. Although the Jazz’s first season was disappointing, they were beginning to create a solid foundation on which to build the franchise.
Less than two decades after entering the NBA, the Jazz’s team was playing sweet music. In particular, the duo of John Stockton and Karl Malone created one of the best one-two punches in the league. In 1996-1997, the Jazz earned a franchise-best 64-18 during the regular season.
The Jazz would glide through the playoffs. They sank the Los Angeles Clippers (3-0), drowned the Los Angeles Lakers (4-1), and eliminated the Houston Rockets in a war (4-2). In the NBA Finals, the Jazz faced Michael Jordan and the mighty Chicago Bulls. Though the Jazz played the Bulls closely, the Bulls overpowered them and won the series (4-2).
Having established a solid team, the Jazz would play all the right notes during the next regular season, finishing with an outstanding 62-20 record. In the playoffs, the Jazz would battle back to shoot down the Houston Rockets (3-2), unseat the San Antonio Spurs (4-1), and then drain the Los Angeles Lakers (4-0).
Many NBA experts chose the Utah Jazz to end the Bulls’ five-championship dynasty. However, the Jazz fell behind in the series 3-1, and never recovered. In Game 6, Michael Jordan willed the Bulls to victory and a 4-2 series win.
How have the Jazz fared since their last trip to the NBA Finals? While they have made seven playoff appearances and won three division crowns, the farthest they have advanced was to the Western Conference Finals (2007).
Throughout their history, the Jazz have retired the jersey numbers of seven players:
Adrian Dantley – #4 (Forward): 1979-1984
Mark Eaton – #53 (Center): 1982-1993
Darrell Griffith – #35 (Guard): 1980-1991
Jeff Hornacek – #14 (Guard): 1993-2000
Karl Malone – #32 (Forward): 1985-2003
Pete Maravich – #7 (Guard): 1974-1980
John Stockton – #12 (Guard) 1984-2003
It is inevitable that some of these players will also enter the basketball Hall of Fame.
While the Utah Jazz has earned two trips to the NBA Finals, it has not completed its song. Use Utah Jazz merchandise to cheer on the team to the sweet sound of an NBA Championship!
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Faux French Beignets. This is a quick and easy way to make chocolate beignets, using ordinary ingredients from your kitchen, and you don’t need to be a French pastry chef to make these! I found out how to make these by watching a TV show, “Chefs of the Bluegrass,” which had a segment featuring Furlongs, an upscale restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky. The theme of the restaurant is thoroughbred racing, but the style of food is Cajun. This is a great place to find wonderful jambalaya or etoufee! The owner and the chef are both from the New Orleans area, and they offered this quick recipe for beignets on the “Chefs of the Bluegrass” show, and I wanted to pass it along to you!
canned refrigerated biscuits
semisweet chocolate chips
Remove regrigerated biscuits from their can. Individually, stretch each biscuit into a circle of dough. Place a few chocolate chips on the dough. Fold the dough in half, enclosing the chocolate chips. Use your fingers to pinch the edges together, so that you have a crescent of dough that completely encloses the chocolate chips. Make sure there are not holes in the dough or gaps in the edges. Meanwhile, heat about 1 inch of peanut oil in a heavy pot to 350 degrees. When the oil is hot enough, carefully place a chocolate-filled crescent into the hot oil. The dough of the crescent should sizzle. The beignet will cook very quickly. When it is brown on the bottom, let it roll over in the oil to brown the other side. When brown on both sides, remove from oil, and place on paper toweling to drain. Quickly roll the beignet in a container of confectioner’s sugar to coat all over. The beignet is ready to eat! You may do several at a time and place them on a nice serving plate. They are excellent when served warm, but still great after they have cooled. Enjoy!!! –Betty
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I am a teen wondering if it is legal especially in Louisiana to have a sports agent in high school. Now im thinking about becoming one me being my first client and i would govern high school students to get to college. Just to explain a little better instead of a sports agent trying to get you into the pros Im going to be a sports agent that gets you into college and that’s it. I need to know is that legal.
Anyone can have an agent, it’s only illegal when they get money from agents and they don’t report it as income. It would also make you ineligble for college.