Louisiana Tiger Bait Black-Eyed Peas: One great recipe from what has become a famous regional cookbook, Louisiana ‘Tigar Bait:’ Selected Recipes from L.S.U. Alums. Huge cookbook of 286 pages, with recipes mainly printed three on each page. A famous cookbook that richly deserves its reputation! I keep copying recipes against the day I sell this cookbook to you! Here’s a recipe that would work well on Super Bowl Sunday or for the day after Thanksgiving, along with the turkey sandwiches.
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