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December 28, 2010

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rebecca

wow great recipe adore Louisiana food yum and your brave swimming in the cold

Rebecca

Dan

Smoked Ham hocks? or fresh?
Sounds great either way I will make for New Years day, No polar bear clubs in Fort Lauderdale. Thou it has been in the forty's

john donohue

Dan,


Ill check with Abe and try to get you an answer. Good luck staying warm this winter. 40 degrees in Ft. Lauderdale sounds rough.


Best,


JD

bowsprite

yes!!! Cajun training! so this is the secret! it's not lard on the outside, it's tasso on the inside! big hug Abe!!! xoxo c!

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