I got the recipe. Thanks! Looks to be what I was looking for. My step-grandfather was from New Orleans, never got to taste much of his food, he wasn't around long. What I have tried from down that way is amazing, especially when you look at how much money is in the dish. If I get some time and extra money in the next year or so, Id like to do a food tour. Head straight South of here first, then West from there.
If you head to New Orleans and head West from there I have a laundry list of "must visit" restaurants that you need to hit while in LA. It's hard to find a bad restaurant in NO because bad ones don't last long there. Then there's The Yellow Bowl in St. Marysville for crawfish etouffee (best in LA). Patout's in New Iberia, The Boiling Point in New Iberia, Brousards in Mamou for the best authentic Gumbo anywhere on the face of the earth. The Ice House in Lafayette for the shrimp salad (Incredible!). If you're timing is right you can hit the crawfish festival in Breaux Bridge and while you're there you have to go to Mulate's (bring the whole family, you're in for the time of your life). There are many more.... The one thing they know how to do is eat well and "pass a good time, sha".