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My Last Bunch of Fresh Green Onions ~ Foamheart

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Soooooo it ain't smoked but its pretty dang tastee!

 

Crawfish Etouffee I love this stuff, too simple, just butter fresh green onions crawfish! How can ya screw that up?

 

 

Even served it on the good china for the picture!

 

I wish I had enough to go around.

post #2 of 12
Looks mighty tasty, Kevin. I have been trying for several years to figure out which I like better, crawfish or frogleg ettoufee. Jury's still out.
post #3 of 12

Looks great!!!  Makes me miss my annual trips to out to Jazzfest. :cool:

 

 

Green onions are one of the few things I can grow in my garden that the local denizens won't eat. Crawfish is a tough one to get out here in CA, unless we catch them ourselves. 

 

 

 

 

WOW!!! That's the same fine china my gf's brother uses for the Thanksgiving family dinner. He only breaks it when there's more than 6 coming to dinner.  :icon_mrgreen: 

post #4 of 12
I wish you had more!drool.gif
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Looks mighty tasty, Kevin. I have been trying for several years to figure out which I like better, crawfish or frogleg ettoufee. Jury's still out.

 

Yeppers, I crawled thru a few bar ditches making sure not to grab the red eyes.......

 

I really like frog legs grilled on the pit with a little vinegar & butter.

post #6 of 12

Very nice Kevin. Looks great! Peas?b

:points:

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Looks great!!!  Makes me miss my annual trips to out to Jazzfest. :cool:

 

 

Green onions are one of the few things I can grow in my garden that the local denizens won't eat. Crawfish is a tough one to get out here in CA, unless we catch them ourselves. 

 

 

 

 

WOW!!! That's the same fine china my gf's brother uses for the Thanksgiving family dinner. He only breaks it when there's more than 6 coming to dinner.  :icon_mrgreen: 

 

Green onions are my base for soooooo many meals. Good fresh green onions make it or break it. Some meals I wouldn't even attempt without them.

 

Loads of great memories from Jazzfest, Year #3 was my first trip.

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I wish you had more!drool.gif

 

I have plenty, some still warm on the stove. Waiting on you.

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Very nice Kevin. Looks great! Peas?b

:points:

 

Thank you Sir.

 

I like peas, especially those "new peas". I have always enjoyed most veggies. The Navy nearly pushed me to my limits Months with canned veggies was agony!

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Thank you Sir.

 

I like peas, especially those "new peas". I have always enjoyed most veggies. The Navy nearly pushed me to my limits Months with canned veggies was agony!


Is it true that the navy never serves peas because they would roll off your plate during high waves? b


Edited by BDSkelly - 11/14/15 at 5:37am
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Is it true that the navy never serves peas because they would roll off your plate during high waves? b

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gQb7gZ0aIw

 

No fresh potatoes on a boat, so with all those powdered taters to hold the peas its no problem....... Looks like green mashed taters with green chicken pox!


Edited by Foamheart - 11/14/15 at 8:33am
post #12 of 12

Looks like a pretty plate, Kevin.

 

In the Canadian Navy everything was frozen not canned. It is so cold up here we could just leave it outside.

 

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