So I'm drained the water, put a damp but not soaking in it. Seeds go on top. Then I snap the lid on and put them on top of the cabinets above the stove.
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hot stuffMember Since 10 Aug 2010
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I'm a pastor of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Grew up in the New Orleans area. Taught myself cooking from the 1902 Times-Picayune Creole Cookbook. Food and Wine is pretty good also. If it isn't obvious I love to garden particularly peppers and tomatoes.
If you're not talking about business, politics, religion or food you don't have much to talk about unless it SEC football and NFC South, yea you right I'm talking about LSU and the Saints!
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1 stick of butter
several sticks of celery chopped
2 onions diced
2 bell peppers diced
1 globe garlic minced
salt, pepper, cayenne to taste
a little thyme
add 4lb fresh tomatoes or 2 lg. cans of tomato sauce
add some parsley chopped, maybe a half-cup fresh.
bring to boil
Add 1 lb crawfish tails or your favorite meat. Cook til meat is cooked.
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