Tag Archives: stew

Easy Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

In case you haven’t been following, I’ve been posting foods from one of the U.S. states at the end of each week. We’ve been up and down the East Coast and now we’re moving into the central states. This week … Continue reading

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Kentucky Burgoo

Kentucky what?? Burgoo! This dish is a staple in many parts of the state. Its simply a hunter’s stew. There is really no particular recipe other than it has three kinds of meat (usually game), beans, a tomato element, corn … Continue reading

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New York Manhattan Clam Chowder

So many delicious foods associated with New York! The Romanian Jews brought Pastrami on rye; an Italian immigrant introduced coal oven pizza, and Bagels were shared by the Polish Jews. Bagels and Lox, another New York prize, was a combination … Continue reading

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National Bouillabaisse Day

Bouillabaisse? What the heck is that you might ask. It’s a seafood stew (or soup) that originated in France. There are many versions and no one quite agrees which is the most authentic. The stuff has been around in some … Continue reading

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Easy Seafood Gumbo

Gumbo or Jambalaya? What’s the difference? Since today is National Gumbo day (yes, yet another National day), I decided to find out. I found out there isn’t a great deal of difference. Both have rice, but jambalaya has the rice … Continue reading

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