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This finished picture is a beauty! I didn't mean to derail your Saturday, but the finished result looks like it was worth it. drool.gif

Hope the mini-WSM run went well, and have a great Sunday!
Clarissa

Thank you Clar.  Turned out pretty good.  A bit unorthodox with the beef.  But tasty! 

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It's about tradition isn't it? Food that has been handed down from generation to generation,food that has roots in the history of people & places. It's my kind of food always will be .
I went to a little joint last night where there was baccala ( salt cod) with tomato & black olives ,stuffed cuttlefish & tripe stew on the menu. Old Italians were eating it because it reminded them of the old country. Makes sense to me. So does gumbo!

Moikel

You are too kind. Though I have many recipes that have been handed down though my family, this one isn't one of them.  I managed to pry this one from Foamheart while he was distracted watching a bowl game.  Ha!

Brian

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Such beautiful photos and a fantastic "step by step" tutorial - not to mention one incredible "power of suggestion" story, prompted by the very talented chef, Clarissa! That is sensational!!!!!!! The whole thing!

 

I love this site and all the different flavors and feasts that abound!!! AMAZING!!!!

 

Great job!!!

 

Cheers! - Leah

Agreed. We are lucky to have this site.  It celebrates culinary diversity like no other.  Thanks for the kind words Leah 

post #24 of 26
It is just refreshing to see cajun food done right. You see so many places pour red pepper on something and call it cajun. I'm a sucker for trying cajun food all over the world. It's amazing how many people think the only think that makes food cajun is to add hot pepper to anything and I mean anything. Some of the cajun dishs I have tried I had never heard of. LOL. But I have been surprised a few times. Ate some great gumbo in Montana and also once in Africa.
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Yes, that finished picture is really beautiful too! Cheers! - Leah

Thank you again Queen O the Sea… :439:

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Have I crossed the line Kev???  Lordie I hope not. This is a G rated site!

 

Disco… I need straightening out!  Send Canadian Bacon and I'll be good. 

 

Thanks Kev. An Irish Cowboy in the Coonazz Club? Not sure I've got the pedigree fro that high brow crowd. 

Sorry, BD, I did my best because I would really like to see you be good (like that is going to happen). I wrapped up some bacon and labelled it Canadian Bacon as it would be going to the states. The Canadian Post office asked me what Canadian Bacon was. So I rewrapped it and labelled it Back Bacon. Canada Post was fine with that but your border people had never heard of it. Guess you'll just have to stay bad. and come here to get your fix of Back/Canadian Bacon.

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