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Cajun Okra

This dish is a twist on regular old okra. In a normal growing year I would have pounds and pounds of those pods sitting in my fridge, this year not so much. I have said several times that if we had … Continue reading

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Okra Soup #1

Why, yes, I do have several versions of okra soup. All my versions freeze really well. Even though I grew up in the Northeast, I ate okra because my mom loved it. This recipe is a mild vegetarian version. Try to … Continue reading

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Wild Rice Ratatouille

Wild rice isn’t really a rice at all. It is an aquatic plant member of the grass family. The Native Indians’ diet in the Upper Great Lakes region was based on the wild rice harvest. Although not a native plant of Oklahoma, … Continue reading

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15 Bean Soup

This is a recipe that my mom gave to me about 25 years ago.  I think she must have got it from a bag of 15 bean soup mix. Either that or the dried bean company copied her recipe! LOL!  … Continue reading

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