|Lonely Planet World Food New Orleans|
|by Pableaux Johnson|
New Orleans' kitchens are home to a world of flavors. French colonists, African slaves and Native Americans have influenced what goes into the gum...
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Wash, core and ... brown sugar and cider vinegar and pour over kraut mixture. Top with smokey link sausage, cover, and bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.
Cut smokey links into thirds. Mix together rest of ingredients. Put links and sauce into crock pot and cook until hot and bubbly.
Combine jelly and ... low heat. Bring to a boil, add smokey links and cook on low heat until links are heated through. Serve with toothpick as stabbers.
Cut smokey links in 3 cut ... degrees for 30 to 35 minutes until bacon is done. Freeze very well. Warm in oven, microwave or electric fry pan. 10 servings.
Cut links in bite size ... pot until all is hot. When all is hot, add 1 can chunked pineapple, drained. Simmer for about 30 minutes in crock pot and eat.
Mix together in crock pot and cook on medium for 2 hours.
Mix together and place in a covered casserole or slow cooker. Bake 4 hours at 250 degrees.
Saute bacon and ... water and sausage link. Cook covered ... remaining ingredients. Heat but do not boil. Serve at once with a big green salad and bread.
Cut dough triangles in half. Put link on wide end. Add cheese in small strips. Roll. Bake until brown.
Beat eggs until fluffy. Add milk and shortening, beat. Add dry ingredients. Mix well. Pour into greased 9 x 13 inch pan. Arrange sausage on batter. ...
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