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Old May 23, 2007, 2:33 PM   #11
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wow, that looks (and sounds!!! great)....when I lived there, did not hear of Cajun Trinity before?? Is it a mixture of spices .....wish I had a live in cook....:G
Thanks Annie. LOL, the Cajun Trinity is the 1. the onions, 2. bell peppers, 3. celery. Then in addition to regular onions, most of us use green onions or scallions.

Spices, consist of cajun blend of seasonings, paprika, oregano, etc.
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Old May 26, 2007, 12:54 AM   #12
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This does look good. I have used that Cajun Trinity when making beans and rice, but never thought to expand it to other things.
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This does look good. I have used that Cajun Trinity when making beans and rice, but never thought to expand it to other things.
Thanks, Steve. People here hardly cook at all with out the trininty or some part of it. It is what I would call a staple along with rice, beans, and potatoes.
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Looks good! Sounds like nomore than a 2 alarm fire of the mouth.

I like to steam zuchs, squash and egg plant in a steamer that goes in the microwave.

I like to take a acorn squash (no larger than a softball), ut it in half, scoop out the stringy stuff and seed (dry roast the seeds in your oven, just like pumpkin seeds), rub the exposed areas with some butter and then spread with some maple syrup and steam or put in a concentional oven till tender. Taste like yams or sweet potato



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Old May 27, 2007, 1:00 PM   #15
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Actually, Bill, it was not hot at all, but a pleasant blend of spices along with the onions, celery, and bell peppers.

Will have to try you method with the acorn squash.

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It looks like great fun to cook that way. It looks delicious minus the shrimp (allergic)
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Old May 27, 2007, 11:28 PM   #17
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Thanks Beth. Really enjoy cooking, especially outdoors.

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That looks good Jerry and to think we had sausage and mash with fried onions yesterday. Plus of course our trinity, HP sauce, salt & pepper plus hot English mustard.....No imagination!

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:lol:Fred, then you no doubt would have enjoyed this meal. Even better, you and Rafael would probably have enjoyed the jambalaya I cooked today. Had a crew of people working on my barn and house to finish a job, even though it was a holiday here for most working people. So I treated them to the midday meal.

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