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Southern Style Green Bean. Cooked low and slow to create meltingly tender Green Beans that are beyond delicious. Of course, the bacon is a huge yummy bonus! Even kids love these!!!

Southern Style Green Bean. Cooked low and slow to create meltingly tender Green Beans that are beyond delicious. Of course, the bacon is a huge yummy bonus! Even kids love these!!!

8 huevos   4 tortillas de harina   15 oz de frijoles negros   en cubos 2 cucharadas de jalapeños   1 diente de ajo, picados   en 1-1/2 cucharaditas de comino   Sal, al gusto   1 a 2 cucharadas de cilantro, picado   1 a 2 cebollas verdes, picadas   1 a 2 aguacates maduros, en rodajas o en cubitos   Mantequilla, para freír los huevos

8 huevos 4 tortillas de harina 15 oz de frijoles negros en cubos 2 cucharadas de jalapeños 1 diente de ajo, picados en 1-1/2 cucharaditas de comino Sal, al gusto 1 a 2 cucharadas de cilantro, picado 1 a 2 cebollas verdes, picadas 1 a 2 aguacates maduros, en rodajas o en cubitos Mantequilla, para freír los huevos

Classic Jambalaya with very little prep work and super easy to make. Listen to The Outdoor Cooking Show Sunday afternoons 5:00 - 6:00 PM on KPRC 950 AM in Houston, or via streaming media via the iHeart radio app.  If you can't listen live, podcasts are available via iTunes.

Classic Jambalaya with very little prep work and super easy to make. Listen to The Outdoor Cooking Show Sunday afternoons 5:00 - 6:00 PM on KPRC 950 AM in Houston, or via streaming media via the iHeart radio app. If you can't listen live, podcasts are available via iTunes.

Sopa De Pollo (Central/South American Chicken Soup) from Food.com: I have been eating this soup since I was a little kid. It is a staple recipe in hispanic third world countries. I especially enjoy it during cold winter months. It is usually served with rice and warn corn tortillas.

Sopa De Pollo (Central/South American Chicken Soup) from Food.com: I have been eating this soup since I was a little kid. It is a staple recipe in hispanic third world countries. I especially enjoy it during cold winter months. It is usually served with rice and warn corn tortillas.

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