Aug 12, 2012

See Ya In the Gumbo # 44 (potluck)


See ya in the gumbo!

My great grandpa said this instead of "good-bye."  It means see ya out there in the mix.

Gumbo is a mix of various ingredients.  And no two people make it the same way.

To "make a gumbo" means much more than cooking.  When someone says "I'm making a gumbo," it means family and friends are invited.

I invite you to join this POTLUCK PARTY every Sunday night.

Bring whatever mix of ingredients you'd like.

Ms. enPlace


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Last week's top links:

No Mayo Potato Salad
from My Sweet & Savory
Spicy mustard, lemon juice, and green onions...
won't miss they mayo with that combo.

  


Egg On Avocado & Tomato with Cheese
from Bookcase Foodie 

Have you ever tried egg with avocado?  It's one of my favorite ways to eat eggs.
   
   

Tomato Basil Quiche with Potato Crust
from Now Things Are Cooking

Yep.  That's right.  Potato crust.  More things should be in potato crust.
       
 


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5 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting! Have a great week :)

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  2. Thanks for hosting and thanks so much for featuring my tomato basil quiche!

    By the way, I made etouffee last week, and while I didn't use your recipe, I did refer back to your roux instructions to make sure I wouldn't mess up a dark roux.

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  3. Thank you, once again, for hosting! Hope you have a great week :)

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  4. Thank you so much for hosting! This week I have shared a scrumptious Cran-Orange Coconut Cake.

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  5. Thanks for the feature. We enjoyed the potato salad. Thanks for hosting. Sorry, I am my usual late self.

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