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Old 05-13-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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Shrimps stew & Blackeyed pea bread

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Old 05-13-2008, 02:15 PM   #2
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Great work JB.. Is that the same brand as the sauce piquant we tried before? That stuff rocks.. Shrimp stew is awesome!!! Tell the Misses belated"Happy Mothers Day"....


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Old 05-14-2008, 07:10 AM   #7
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Great work JB.. Is that the same brand as the sauce piquant we tried before? That stuff rocks.. Shrimp stew is awesome!!! Tell the Misses belated"Happy Mothers Day"....


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Yes SS it is, Unity their Sauce piquant is super good too. I haven't tried their gumbo, I called em to ask about some of their products like their stew comes labled Shrimp stew & they have one labled chicken stew.
Meat has to be added to each, They said the stews are the same only the lable and the lables recipe are different. Their other products are the same way.

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JB, you need to speak with your local beer guy for a sponsorship.
Does that pea bread have a recipe??? Sounds like something to be tried at home.
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JB, you need to speak with your local beer guy for a sponsorship.
Does that pea bread have a recipe??? Sounds like something to be tried at home.
No recipe I searched too, I paid $10.99 for the bread localy I see it sells online for $11.99. It was light dough with a layer of provalon (Or white cheese) a layer of peas then more cheese all in the center of the loaf.
It wasn't puff pastry but I think that would work very well.
Oh yeah the peas were pretty spicy hot too.
http://www.sugarpiepantry.gourmetfoodmall.com/

Free beer? No way! My company does all the work on our local Budwiser distributers refrigeration equipment, They pay me I buy their beer. Kinda the same thing
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Great work JB.. Is that the same brand as the sauce piquant we tried before? That stuff rocks.. Shrimp stew is awesome!!! Tell the Misses belated"Happy Mothers Day"....


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Yes SS it is, Unity their Sauce piquant is super good too. I haven't tried their gumbo, I called em to ask about some of their products like their stew comes labled Shrimp stew & they have one labled chicken stew.
Meat has to be added to each, They said the stews are the same only the lable and the lables recipe are different. Their other products are the same way.

If yall want authentic great tasting Louisiana meals quick & easy order from them:
http://www.cajunpowersauce.com/
thanks!!!.. I'm going to get a few jars and stock up for Hurricane season.. I'll cook it out back usin propane..
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