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Hey guys. Great initiative and idea from @Snoopyto create this for the foodies of XRPChat.

I will certainly try some recipes here! and would like to share mine! I actually have a blog that I created a while back . Its in french though (i am french canadian). But I would like to convert some of the stuff. One I will translate and share is my sugar cane smoked chicken (from Martinique).

 

anyway, here's the tumblr link: 

http://cuisinedepat.tumblr.com/

:) hope you enjoy. If you cant read french, then maybe you'll enjoy the pictures :)

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THANK GOD FOR GOOGLE TRANSLATE!

 

I got up to French 4 in high school and never really used it since mostly because living in Pennsylvania just never had a need for it....

My fondest memories of French class were that they were the first class in the morning so some of my friends and I would show up with coffee / tea / hot chocolate and play poker in the back of the classroom for peanut m&m's while waiting for class to start and helping each other finishing up our homework.   Surprisingly I cold READ and understand more than I would have thought from your blog... definitely more than I ever would have been able to translate from English to French then speak it... 

Those recipes all look AMAZING though and I can't wait to try them out!

 

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, Snoopy said:

THANK GOD FOR GOOGLE TRANSLATE!

 

I got up to French 4 in high school and never really used it since mostly because living in Pennsylvania just never had a need for it....

My fondest memories of French class were that they were the first class in the morning so some of my friends and I would show up with coffee / tea / hot chocolate and play poker in the back of the classroom for peanut m&m's while waiting for class to start and helping each other finishing up our homework.   Surprisingly I cold READ and understand more than I would have thought from your blog... definitely more than I ever would have been able to translate from English to French then speak it... 

Those recipes all look AMAZING though and I can't wait to try them out!

 

 

 

 

:) Thats great! I would have never imagined that there were french courses in Pennsylvania.

thanks for the good comments!

Click on MORE RECIPES to find the Sugar cane smoked chicken. I show how to make it on a regular gas bbq... but the real way is with charcoal bbq.. cause the sugar cane burns and the sticky smoke coat the chicken. SOO good. I will try and translate some and post directly here :)

 

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