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    Any ideas for Fat Tuesday potluck?

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    We're having a potluck lunch at work next week in honor of Fat Tuesday. Any ideas of what I could bring that I'd actually be able to eat? Cajun/creole would be awesome, but I'll take any ideas for recipes that would feed 15-20 people and would be transportable. Thanks!

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    Boudin Sausage Recipe : Emeril Lagasse : Recipes : Food Network

    Notes: If you don't have casings, you can do this as Boudin Balls (just form the mixture into balls and cook like you would any other meatball). Also, if pig liver is difficult for you to find, chicken liver works perfectly fine.

    Some Creole/Cajun recipes can be primalized pretty easily. If there's flour, often using a primal flour or using reduction works. The biggest issue would be if you don't eat any white rice at all. That would be tough to replace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    Boudin Sausage Recipe : Emeril Lagasse : Recipes : Food Network

    Notes: If you don't have casings, you can do this as Boudin Balls (just form the mixture into balls and cook like you would any other meatball). Also, if pig liver is difficult for you to find, chicken liver works perfectly fine.

    Some Creole/Cajun recipes can be primalized pretty easily. If there's flour, often using a primal flour or using reduction works. The biggest issue would be if you don't eat any white rice at all. That would be tough to replace.
    I'm not the OP but I just wanted to thank you for this recipe, I love boudin! I don't have a meat grinder though, this might be a reason to get one... I've actually found boudin at the store, but the brand they carry has MSG and gives me a headache. Now if I could just make a primal king cake...

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    Your welcome! I have a little 3cup food processor, and I can grind pork in it. It probably takes longer than a grinder, but it can be done.
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    I am in need of some ideas, also!

    Here's a primal jambalaya:
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/prima...#axzz2KKxCAIcE
    Last edited by healthy11; 02-09-2013 at 08:37 AM.

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