|La Cuisine Creole|
|by Professor Lafcadio Hearn|
Published circa 1885, this pioneering work compiles the recipes of New Orleans in one volume.
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Take a slice of your favorite bread and using cookie cutter cut out the animal shape. Cut 3 shapes the same for each sandwich. Spread filling of your ...
Make sure you select at least one food from each group.
Heat oven to ... cookie sheet. Mix tuna, olives, celery, ... milk over medium heat, stirring occasionally until hot. Serve over slices of twist. 6 servings.
Heat oven to ... from oven. Distribute tuna on bottom of ... Reducing heat to 350 degrees last 15 minutes or until top is golden brown and quiche is set.
Place bottom of ... together soup and tuna and spoon onto ... place on cookie sheet (not on top of other buns). Broil until golden brown. Quick and easy!
About 1 1/4 ... Sprinkle cheese, then tuna in pie shell. ... or until golden brown. Use extra fish to decorate top of quiche. Makes 6 main-dish servings.
Heat oven to ... cookie sheet. Mix tuna, olives, celery, ... twist. You also could make individual servings. Cut dough in 6" squares, continue as above.
Grease a cookie sheet. Drain liquid from tuna into medium bowl; ... cookie sheet and bake 20 minutes. Serve with favorite tartar sauce. (Makes 4 servings.)
Grease cookie sheet. Mix tuna, celery, green ... at 350 degrees until brown. Mix remaining soup and cheese and milk over medium heat. Serve over slices.
Heat oven to ... cookie sheet. Mix tuna, olives, celery, ... cup of cheese and milk over medium heat, until hot. Serve over slices of twist. 6 servings.
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