Cajun Feast

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    Does this look good, or what????

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    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!! MUDBUGS!!! Looks like home to me! LOL
    Nice shot too hehe.
     
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    Looks delicious! Is this frogmore stew?
     
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    I’ve never heard it call that. It’s a Louisiana specialty with crawdaddys, sausage, corn, shrimp and potatoes seasoned to perfection. We know it as a “low country boil”.
     
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    Whoa where'd you find that feast? lol
     
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    Thanks now I am hungry.
     
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    As us here in Louisiana call them "Mudbugs" or Crawfish, it is not any kind of stew or anything, you just dig in with your hands and eat what you want out of the display of yumminess sprawled out on newspapers in front of you.
     
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    And with a beer........WOW!!
     
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    Crawfish, corn, and some potatoes is probably my favorite meal when you throw em all together. Every other weekend or so, my dad brings some back for me and my mom to munch on.
     
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    Somebody knows how to cook!
     
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    Good appetite to all......
     
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    I found the recipe for ‘Frogmore Stew’ in an old (late 80’s) issue of Food & Wine magazine. The mag photos of the finished dish look remarkably like the image you posted, with the exception of the ‘daddies and potatoes. Note to all: The recipe contains no frogs.

    I’ll try to paraphrase the Cajun instructions from the magazine…

    Boil water in a big pot
    Boil sausage for tree minute
    Boil corn for tree minute
    Add shrimp
    Off the hot
    She done

    Or something like that. I’ll find the mag tomorrow and post the recipe in its entirety. At any rate, your photo of this southern dish is on the money… Right down to it’s being served on newsprint!

    I boil up this wonderful southern dish at least once every summer for friends and family… It’s friggin’ delicious when served with ice-cold beer that is a tad on the ‘hoppy’ side.
     

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