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by Patsy Davis Woodcock


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FORWARD - In South Louisiana our climate is hot and humid; mosquitoes large and numerous; and, politics dirty. Despite these minor annoyances and distractions, we are, by nature, a very happy and hospitable group of people. God, family, friends, fun and food are foremost in our lives. And, generally speaking, the kitchen is the center of all activity. It is a warm, comfortable and very aromatic place--and the food is great! We are very blessed to have abundant food resources. The Gulf and inland waters provide a variety of seafood including oysters, shrimp and crawfish as well as a huge variety of fish. There is also a fair amount of game and foul in our forests. It has been said that people in Louisiana (especially in south Louisiana) will eat anything--squirrel stew, 'possum' and sweet 'taters', deer, rabbit, turtle, alligator, and the list goes on. Louisiana's climate is conducive to growing almost anything. Fruits which include strawberries, figs, grapes, plums, melons and peaches. Nuts (especially pecans) are abundant. Many things such as dewberries, blueberries, blackberries, persimmons and muscadines (southern grapes) grow wild, and are there for the picking. A backyard garden (plentiful here) will yield almost any vegetable sown, whether planted in the Spring or in the Fall. Texas is our next-door-neighbor and we therefore benefit from the "Tex-Mex" variety of dishes (Texas cooking with a Mexican flair). In this book, I have attempted to include recipes to cover a variety of tastes--good home-cooking, spicy Cajun, creamy Creole, and Tex-Mex. I hope you find something that suits your taste buds.
Kajishakar
These are the simplest, most straight forward recipes that produce everyday dishes you find in south Louisiana natives' homes. If you do not know how to do a roux, you might find a youtube on it that is done by a LA home maker, not a chef.
I love Mercedes
Born, raised & still living in Louisiana, I'm an avid cook and have hundreds of cookbooks. I'd rather read a cookbook than a novel, but this particular book has a special place in my kitchen so I don't have to hunt for it. I received it as a gift several years ago and it's one of my favorites. I just had a kitchen mishap and it got wet; NO--soaked through, so I'm ordering another.
Sharpbringer
If you can have only one Cajun cookbook, this is the one. Along with the classic Crawfish Etouffee, Seafood Jambalaya, Shrimp Creole, there are also dessert recipes 'to die for' --- that's Southern slang for splendiferous! Woodcock invites us into the inner circle of rich, Louisiana history with her humorous one-liners, 'You're probably from Louisiana if. . .' spread throughout the book. This cookbook is a cultural explosion of the deep South with all their passion for great food while celebrating family and friends.
Thomeena
I like this cookbook b/c it has "normal" ingredients and "people friendly" recipes. It would be a great Newly Wed gift.
You're Probably From Louisiana If... First, You Make a Roux ebook
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