From Woodstoves to Microwaves: Cooking with Entergy [Entergy] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cookbook of great New Orleans and. In the ‘s, 60’s and 70’s, NOPSI (New Orleans Public Service, Inc.) would include recipes in with their power bills. About five years ago. With the help of my immediate and extended family, I put together this cookbook full of family favorites. From Woodstoves to Microwaves. Cooking with Entergy.
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Both PT boats and LCVPs landing craft transporting both vehicles and personnel were built at the City Park Coookbook facility where they could be easily transferred to railroad cars. Late in I began to realize how important food was ehtergy the culture of the New Orleans family.
Dear Julia, Many years ago, Louisiana Power and Light used to put out a recipe booklet; my mother had one that she gave to me. In this manner, the paraplegic commander in chief toured the plant without revealing to onlookers the lower body paralysis that resulted from an attack of polio. You are currently logged in as. Bonfires On The Levees: After our picnic, we would walk down almost under the overpass over Lake Shore Drive and swim. It is emtergy of a plethora of New Orleans and “home cooking” type recipes that were originally distributed in the electric bill of Nopsi and Entergy customers.
It was an unusual size for a ham — oblong instead of being round. Roosevelt personally inspected the City Park Avenue plant. I guess I have fewer chords now! Click on the title of the book to open it in a new window.
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Copyright Kevin Lacassin. Do you have any idea about where one might find a copy of the recipe — or even better, a copy of the recipe booklet? Here are some great books about food, cooking and drinking – all available free for download.
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By the size of it and its proximity to the railroad tracks, it seemed like something substantial was produced there. Inthe company sold its plant and trademark to FDL Foods. Would you happen to know anything about this abandoned industrial site? It had all sorts of New Orleans Creole recipes that were excellent. Hope you can tell me what happened to it or where I can get it again.
You Might Also Like. Before you search high and low for the original year-old recipe book, I think I should tell you that it would probably be far easier for a bookseller to find you a second-hand copy of From Woodstoves to Microwaves.
If you have the opportunity, buy a copy from the United Way.
From Woodstoves to Microwaves. In late SeptemberPresident Franklin D. However, I cannot locate any place to buy the book.
Otherwise, here is the version in Adobe Acrobat format. With the help of my immediate and extended family, I put together this cookbook full of family favorites. InAndrew J. It was always great fun. Marie Johnson Laplace Fleur de Lis ham can be savored only in your memory.
After being separated for more than a year after relocating, food was still a topic that I could discuss with any family member. Most recently, Entergy donated the rights to the book to the United Way and they now sell them as a fundraiser. Here is the family cookbook! I hope Poydras can help me with this one. The plant later changed hands two more times, selling first to Farmland Food and then to Smithfield Foods.
Many years ago I received my first spiral bound copy of this cookbook from my Maw Maw Lacassin. I also realized that if all of the family recipes weren’t in writing, some of them would eventually be lost.
FDL Foods is last listed owner of this still-active trademark. The page spiral-bound cookbook contains the remoulade recipe and hundreds of others from Creole Cuisine and other local utility company publications.
Please enter the letters from the image below: It was abandoned and was in very bad shape. Can you help me pull up the details of that memory? The Angel of Bastogne. The former Dubuque Packing Company plant was demolished in It has long since been demolished.