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Old 11-14-2008, 02:16 PM   #1
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He & She crab seafood file` gumbo New pics added

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Old 11-14-2008, 02:48 PM   #2
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Mighty fine looking gumbo BOY.
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Old 11-14-2008, 04:05 PM   #3
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The she crab is the one with the tail on it. She keeps the eggs there. We throw those ones back so they can make more crabs for later. You are right about "Cajun Power", that is a badass company with all kinds of good stuff. That roux stuff is ready to use. No cooking anything, just the meat.. The gumbo you have made is awesome. How much of the crabs do you eat JB? We usually just use the bodies and then crack them at the end and eat the meat with all the gumbo roux soaked in it.. Now you made me hungry.. Got to stop at store on wat home tonight. Did you hear about the front that is coming tonight? It might be 50 kts wind.
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Old 11-14-2008, 04:34 PM   #4
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I can't make myself make a quick gumbo. But that looked great!

On a side note.

When you make a slow gumbo do find that it keeps growing until you have way more than you can eat??? Like left overs for days???
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Old 11-14-2008, 04:43 PM   #5
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JB called last night and was in the spirits .I told him us Yankees make the Roux from scratch :P I dont know what self respecting Cajun would be using Roux out the jar and frozen shrimp ..Looks good anyway JB and nice talking to ya.hope you were able to decipher your writings on how I told you to make a gumbo from scratch.
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And I grew up in Texas? 10 years here and 42 there. AND I LOVE an all day gumbo cook!
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And I grew up in Texas? 10 years here and 42 there. AND I LOVE an all day gumbo cook!
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And I grew up in Texas? 10 years here and 42 there. AND I LOVE an all day gumbo cook!
Why does it take all day RB? Do you catch all the ingredients too? If so, that is awesome man..
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Well SS, when you make a gumbo from scratch you have to peel the shrimp if not done ahead of time, then clean the crabs, then cut up the Holy Trinity (onion, bellpepper and celery), then make the roux if you don't have homemade roux in fridge alraeady, then you get to put everything together let it come to a boil and then simmer for a few hours. When you are about 10 minutes or so from being done you ad the shrimp so they don't over cook and get tough. Your right Ron nothing like an all day gumbo, because when it is done you get to enjoy the hard work you put into it.
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