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Old May 22, 2007, 7:35 PM   #1
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Since I retired, I have been dabbling at one of the many interests that I never seemed to get around to (outdoor cooking) when I was working. I love doing new things. This is a photo of my first attempt at cooking squash. Most of this was precooked on an outdoorpropane burner. For the final 30 minutes I put it in the oven in the house for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. It came out better than my expectations. And of course, as you might expect, I did not entirely follow the recipe. That is what makes it exciting. And nothing left over.






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Old May 22, 2007, 9:05 PM   #2
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Jerry, Its almost lunch time here and you have made me hungry. I currently have some osso bucco going on the slow cooker, and if the kids get any when they get home for dinner it will be a miracle.
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Old May 22, 2007, 9:16 PM   #3
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Thanks, for viewing and commenting. What made it even more special to me was that I grew the squash. Other ingredients were prawns, green onion saugage, and of course the cajun trinity and spices.
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Looks great but I would have to roll out the rolaids afterwards.:-):-)
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Thanks Ted. Appreciate your viewing and comments. I think you would probably enjoy. Actually, I held back on the seasoning. As for the Cajun trinity, that consists of onions, bell peppers, and celery. Seasoning is normally a blend of different spices and ground peppers, such as Tony Chacherie's.
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Old May 23, 2007, 2:34 AM   #6
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Jerry that pic`s made me extremely hungry.....looks great

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Old May 23, 2007, 10:53 AM   #7
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Thanks, Mark. It turned out extremely well, had grated Pamesian in it along with Pepperjack on top. I really like to try different things.

Thanks for viewing and the comments.
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I think I've gained a pound by just looking at it! LOL. Good job Jerry.

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Old May 23, 2007, 12:38 PM   #9
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I think I've gained a pound by just looking at it! LOL. Good job Jerry.

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Thanks. What a nice compliment. Appreciate your viewing and comment.
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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
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