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Homemade Pralines

Recently, we’ve had several people request that we brew up a batch of our “famous” homemade pralines – so we decided to oblige them. The recipe we use is one that has been tweeked and re-vamped so many times over the years that we’re unsure where it started or what the original measurements or ingredients were…but we’ve managed to settle on something that’s amazingly delicious. We use an old dutch oven that has been in the family for many generations and we look for the freshest pecans on the market ensuring a praline that’s velvety smooth and chock full of pecans.




Be sure and check back tomorrow for a look at the finished product~




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