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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Birthday Bones
My toy poodle loved them! I added in honey and a little bit of cinnamon and she went nuts! I did flip them 1/2 way through. They aren't quite crunchy, but not super soft either. I also used 3/4 creamy and 1/4 crunchy peanut butter. This does make a LOT though! I will freeze half of them and keep 1/2 out for treats. I used an olive oil lid(about 1" in diameter) to cut them, and they didn't spread out, just poofed up a little bit. 3 or 4 minutes in I flipped them, gave them another 3 or 4 minutes and done.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 3, 2013
Boudreaux's Zydeco Stomp Gumbo
Delicious. But. I made a few adjustments of my own like others reviewers suggested, and some of my own. I didn't add a sweet onion, just a regular yellow onion. Used 6 cups of broth and it was MORE than enough, and used low sodium. Skipped the red peppers, roasted two jalapenos and threw them in whole to the pot. Simmered the whole pot for 4-5 hours. Added about 1.5 pounds of a rotisserie chicken, .5 pounds of sausage(I found the sausage pointless) and 2 pounds of shrimp. Only added about a 1/4 cup parsley. The key is in the roux. I used 1 cup butter and 1 cup flour, DELICIOUS. I also think letting it simmer all day(minus the shrimp) made a huge difference. Mine was quite spicy just the way I like it. Added in the shrimp with about an hour left, let them simmer with everything else, and they came out perfectly cooked. Will definitely make this again. Although this does make A LOT!!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 30, 2013

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