BY PATSY R. BRUMFIELD – THE SOUTHFACIN’ COOK
Patsy R. Brumfield
The Southfacin’ Cook
How to make Comeback Sauce, Cocktail Sauce, Homemade Mayonnaise
If you’re having friends over or just want some essential sauces that “keep” pretty well in the fridge, in case you want seafood, salads or just something different to slather on a great piece of craft bread, you can make your own. Easy and much better than anything in the store.These are “musts” for any NOLA household. Enjoy!
I’m a near-retirement investigative reporter who got my first big job at the New Orleans Times-Picayune the same fall Ole Miss classmate Archie Manning came to the Saints. During my stint in NOLA, I learned what really good food tastes like and determined to learn to cook some of its standards.
In “Southfacin’ Cook,” I’ll offer tips and recipes for newcomers, who’d like to adapt culinarily with more help than I had. I’ll also draw from local food legends. Send me your recipe requests, too, and I’ll do my best to help you learn Southfacin’ cookin’, too. email@example.com
This week, we get started with a class – New Orleans style red beans and rice …
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