2013-01-03 / General Stories
From the Chef’s Corner
Crab and Shrimp Gumbo
It’s lucky for Southerners that the French who settled in South Louisiana lacked the ingredients they needed to make their favorite fish stew, bouillabaisse. It was the Cajuns who learned to substitute available seafood, local herbs, and new vegetables for the traditional ingredients of bouillabaisse. The result was a dish that made the Cajuns famous! Gumbo!
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