The Wright Stuff Cookbook
Bruschetta - Stephanie M. - Cash
Baked Beans - Michele B. - LEU
Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip - Deana S. - District Cash Support
Pesto Spinach Artichoke Chicken Bake - Rick S. - Cash
Butter Beer Bread - Meghan W. - LEU
Jambalaya - Chip B. - District Cash Support
Homemade Hummus - Judith F. - Business Continuity
Chicken and Dumplings - Deana S. - District Cash Support
White Castle Sliders - Barbara S. - Cash
Jalapeno Poppers - Stephanie M. - Cash
Pineapple Pretzel “Salad” - Scott P. - LEU
Shrimp and Sausage Gumbo - Brenda W. - Facilities
Bacon Wrapped Scallop Skewers - Aaron M. - Cash
Cuban Flan - Pedro S. - Cash
Cuban Mojito - Pedro S. - Cash
Mexican Bean Cups - Robert A. - Facilities
Puffy Fluffy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies - Jessica C. - LEU
Espresso Martini - Jessica C. - LEU
Nutella Pop Tarts - Niki M. - District Cash Support
Mangú con tres golpes or Mangú Dominicano - Dazhon H. - District Cash Support
Bourbon on the rocks - Brad R. - Facilities
Authentic Guacamole - Terry W. - Critical Operations
Breakfast Quiche - Stephanie A. - District Cash Support
Green Bean Casserole - Stephanie A. - District Cash Support
Macaroni and Cheese - Stephanie A. - District Cash Support
Classic Mac and Cheese - Stefanie S. - LEU
Mango Salsa - Dana A. - District Cash Support
Pork Tenderloin - Chandra E. - LEU
Strawberry Daiquiri - Chandra E. - LEU
Spinach and Artichoke Dip Pizza - Chandra E. - LEU
Chan’s Lobster and Shrimp Seafood Boil - Chandra E. - LEU
Garlic Ginger Salmon - Patrick C. - District Cash Support
Dump Cake - Lisa W. - District Cash Support
Breakfast Casserole - Lisa W. - District Cash Support
Scallop Potatoes - Chandra E. - LEU
Classic Old Fashioned - Vanity M. - District Cash Support
Bruschetta - Stephanie M. - CashMy family loves this and we eat it as an appetizer, snack or as our main meal. It is very easy. I have always winged this, so here is my attempt at writing it down.
Baked Beans - Michele B. - LEUThis dish is always a crowd pleaser and must be served with BBQ and at every summer cook out, party and picnic, by request. I love this recipe because it has a few ingredients that make it different from most baked bean recipes. It’s one of my “most shared” recipes. Enjoy!
Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip - Deana S. - District Cash SupportThis is one of my son’s favorites. My nieces also request this each time we get together for the holidays.
Pesto Spinach Artichoke Chicken Bake - Rick S. - CashFirst and foremost to me this dish means family. It was something my Grandmother and Mom used to make. It’s an easy recipe and very delicious!!!!
Butter Beer Bread - Meghan W. - LEUThis is the easiest and quickest recipe! It’s like magic…a couple of ingredients and BOOM you have bread! During quarantine, I shared this recipe with my Dad and we made it together over video (picture included). It was the first time he had ever baked!
Jambalaya - Chip B. - District Cash SupportSomething I’ve made all my adult life. It’s the food I grew up on in South Louisiana. Goes great with beer and an LSU game!
Homemade Hummus - Judith F. - Business ContinuityIt tastes so fresh, and is a healthy addition to the diet. We serve it with carrots and celery. My kids will even eat it with grilled pita bread.
Chicken and Dumplings - Deana S. - District Cash SupportMy husband started making this a couple years ago and is still tweaking it here and there, but I LOVE it every time he makes it. The smell while it’s cooking is fantastic and it tastes so good I can barely wait for it to cool before I start chowing down. My sister asks him to make this every year for Christmas and she dares anyone to have seconds because it takes away from the leftovers she’s taking home!
Jalapeno Poppers - Stephanie M. - CashEasy appetizer for the grill or oven. Make sure to wash your hands before touching your eyes!
Pineapple Pretzel “Salad” - Scott P. - LEUMy mom made this recipe for all family gatherings and after bringing it once to a gathering she was always asked to bring it EVERY TIME. I have recently made it for friends, and it is always a BIG hit.
Shrimp and Sausage Gumbo - Brenda W. - FacilitiesThis recipe is a family favorite. We double the recipe and enjoy family time and the Super Bowl! Making the roux is the best part because it’s the most important part.
Bacon Wrapped Scallop Skewers - Aaron M. - CashSeafood is probably my favorite thing to grill hands down. My family and I are huge seafood fans, and aside from raw oysters and blue crabs, scallops are near the top of my list.
Cuban Flan - Pedro S. - CashOf all the rich, eggy custards perfected by nuns in medieval Spanish Catholic convents then exported to the New World, flan became by far the most popular Latin dessert. In Cuba, flan soaked in dark caramel is as essential and classic as black beans and rice.
Cuban Mojito - Pedro S. - CashMojito (/moʊˈhiːtoʊ/; Spanish: [moˈxito]) is a traditional Cuban highball. Traditionally, a mojito is a cocktail that consists of five ingredients: white rum, sugar (traditionally sugar cane juice), lime juice, soda water, and mint. Its combination of sweetness, citrus, and herbaceous mint flavors is intended to complement the rum, and has made the mojito a popular summer drink
Mexican Bean Cups - Robert A. - FacilitiesI learned this recipe when I was young and have raised my children on them. Now they fix it for their families and relatives. It's quick and easy and hand held. I make it in two different sizes with either a regular cupcake pan or a large cupcake pan. I can prepare it in 30 minutes!! And it is so universal that there are endless ways to add /change or top your bean cups, so it pleases everyone at the table. Just so you know, I do have a patent on this recipe :)
Puffy Fluffy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies - Jessica C. - LEUThese cookies combine peanut butter and chocolate….what other reasons do you need?!
Espresso Martini - Jessica C. - LEUThis brunch cocktail combines all of the delicious aroma of coffee with a kick!
Nutella Pop Tarts - Niki M. - District Cash SupportThis is a super easy and kid friendly recipe to help keep the kiddos engaged and helping out in the kitchen!
Mangú con tres golpes or Mangú Dominicano - Dazhon H. - District Cash SupportA few years back, my stepmother showed me how to make this traditional Dominican plate. Ever since then, I’d make this meal at least twice a week. It’s extremely heart healthy with 1 plantain having at least 1000g of potassium. It’s mainly eaten for dinner but you can eat it in any time of the day. Ideally, you’d eat this meal with fried salami, fried cheese, and 2 eggs on top. This is where the tres golpes (three hits) come from. I love the meal because it’s extremely delicious, cheap, easy, and fun to make. If you find this meal interesting, I’d recommend to follow along a YouTube to prepare it.
Authentic Guacamole - Terry W. - Critical OperationsI have a family member from Mexico who shared this authentic family guacamole recipe.
Breakfast Quiche - Stephanie A. - District Cash SupportThis is my mother-in-law’s recipe that I make on special occasions, especially during the holidays.
Green Bean Casserole - Stephanie A. - District Cash SupportThis is a simple recipe to make as the ingredients needed are minimal, but it’s so tasty. My family and I enjoy this any time of year as part of a comfort food meal and especially on Thanksgiving.
Macaroni and Cheese - Stephanie A. - District Cash SupportThis is a simple recipe to make as the ingredients needed are minimal, but it’s so tasty. I got this recipe from my grandma, and it’s one thing my youngest son actually loves to eat!
Classic Mac and Cheese - Stefanie S. - LEUThis is my mom’s go-to recipe for macaroni and cheese. I recently made it for the 4th of July, and it was the first thing to go! Plus, it’s super easy to make, and you can easily double it for a larger group.
Mango Salsa - Dana A. - District Cash SupportLight and fulfilling snack for a hot summer day. I like that you can substitute and/or add more of an ingredient based on your taste to make the recipe your own.
Pork Tenderloin - Chandra E. - LEUI love cooking different cuts of pork to see how it turns out. This one was a hit with my family.
Strawberry Daiquiri - Chandra E. - LEUWhat better way to unwind when you are offline than with a refreshing fruity cocktail?
Spinach and Artichoke Dip Pizza - Chandra E. - LEUI love entertaining and trying new recipes on friends and family. I made this pizza and sliced it in appetizer-size bites and it was a hit!
Chan’s Lobster and Shrimp Seafood Boil - Chandra E. - LEUMy husband and I love seafood! Thought we would change it up a bit and do a lobster boil instead of crab for an intimate dinner for two.
Garlic Ginger Salmon - Patrick C. - District Cash SupportIt’s easy to make and a different spin on traditional salmon.
Breakfast Casserole - Lisa W. - District Cash SupportThis is a great recipe for brunches or weekend breakfast, particularly since it can be prepped the night before and placed in the fridge. The next day, just pop it in the oven.
Scallop Potatoes - Chandra E. - LEUI love potatoes! Made any way and for any meal. This side is great paired with any type of meat or poultry.
Classic Old Fashioned - Vanity M. - District Cash SupportIt is true; the Old Fashioned is the original cocktail. It is an essential and the variations are almost endless. The cocktail is made by muddling sugar with bitters, adding whiskey or, less commonly, brandy, and garnishing with a twist of citrus rind and a cocktail cherry. It is traditionally served in an old fashioned glass, which predated the cocktail.
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