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  • Chef John Folse: Seasoned alligator and pork meatloaf

    Chef John Folse: Seasoned alligator and pork meatloaf

    When looking for a unique meatloaf recipe, the alligator paired with the pork makes for a perfect marriage. If you manage to save some for leftovers, be sure to try the meatloaf sliced on a cold sandwich. You won’t be disappointed! 

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    When looking for a unique meatloaf recipe, the alligator paired with the pork makes for a perfect marriage. If you manage to save some for leftovers, be sure to try the meatloaf sliced on a cold sandwich. You won’t be disappointed! 

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  • Chef John Folse: Sugarcane skewers

    Chef John Folse: Sugarcane skewers

    Chef John Folse believes these authentic sugarcane skewers will be the highlight of your next party! The natural cane sugar stalks add an excellent flavor to shrimp, meat or vegetable skewers. The stalks paired with a cilantro-habanero marinade is an unbeatable combination! 

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    Chef John Folse believes these authentic sugarcane skewers will be the highlight of your next party! The natural cane sugar stalks add an excellent flavor to shrimp, meat or vegetable skewers. The stalks paired with a cilantro-habanero marinade is an unbeatable combination! 

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  • Chef John Folse: Honey-glazed roasted root vegetables

    Chef John Folse: Honey-glazed roasted root vegetables

    Root vegetables such as parsnips were brought to America with the early colonists and grown in the cool climate. It is no surprise that these vegetables made their way to colonial tables and have been associated with holiday feasts ever since. 

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    Root vegetables such as parsnips were brought to America with the early colonists and grown in the cool climate. It is no surprise that these vegetables made their way to colonial tables and have been associated with holiday feasts ever since. 

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