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Old 12-24-2009, 09:33 AM   #1
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Shrimp Gumbo

Made this a couple nights ago but finally got around to posting. Simple, quick shrimp gumbo. More pic's, recipe and a story are at The Wolfe Pit

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Old 12-24-2009, 09:37 AM   #2
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That looks so good I'd have a bowl for breakfast
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I believe I would hammer that for breakfast as well.
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Old 12-24-2009, 11:46 AM   #4
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Adding that to the christmas brunch menu !
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Ahhh Larry...that is krewlish and unusual punishment to show pics like that to hongry folks. Especially those of us who are cajuns at heart Fine job young man. I wished I was a rich boy so I could buy a bunch of big shrimps like that

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TASTY Larry VERY TASTY!

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Dat looks more like a shrimp creole & a fine one too
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Woops. Thanks Boy. Just spotted them maters. Somebody get the rope and the hawg knife Anybody who want to put maters in the Gumbo must have it labled as "Texanized." I am not the Chief but rather just an Injun. I dont make up the rules. I just follows em.

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Old 12-24-2009, 01:19 PM   #9
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Dat looks more like a shrimp creole & a fine one too
You mean a 'Creole' gumbo versus 'Cajun' gumbo right? Just curious, not being a smartass, but they're both 'gumbos' just from different regions correct?

Gumbo = A Creole stew, Gumbo is usually made with tomatoes, okra, and other vegetables and meats. Gumbo usually starts with a roux as the thickener, and filé powder is often added just before serving.


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Woops. Thanks Boy. Just spotted them maters. Somebody get the rope and the hawg knife Anybody who want to put maters in the Gumbo must have it labled as "Texanized." I am not the Chief but rather just an Injun. I dont make up the rules. I just follows em.

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I never seen a gumbo recipe without tomatoes in it.........
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="007bond-jb":25tqszed]Dat looks more like a shrimp creole & a fine one too[/quote]

You mean a 'Creole' gumbo versus 'Cajun' gumbo right? Just curious, not being a smartass, but they're both 'gumbos' just from different regions correct?

[b]Gumbo[/b] = A Creole stew, Gumbo is usually made with tomatoes, okra, and other vegetables and meats. Gumbo usually starts with a roux as the thickener, and filé powder is often added just before serving.


[quote=bigwheel]Woops. Thanks Boy. Just spotted them maters. Somebody get the rope and the hawg knife Anybody who want to put maters in the Gumbo must have it labled as "Texanized." I am not the Chief but rather just an Injun. I dont make up the rules. I just follows em.

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I never seen a gumbo recipe without tomatoes in it......... [/quote:25tqszed]

Mators just aint a domiant part of a gumbo, It's more roux or brown colored. Some Gumbos don't have mators some do. Now realy it's up to the cook, we must have 1000's of variations of gumbos & stews down here. If you liked it call what you want, Iv'e had shrimp creoles with & without roux. My preference is no roux in SC, Why? Roux's will fill you up quick, If it aint got a roux you kin eat more
A few links:
[url="http://www.nolacuisine.com/2008/04/13/shrimp-creole-recipe/"]http://www.nolacuisine.com/2008/04/13/s ... le-recipe/[/url]

http://www.nolacuisine.com/2006/07/13/f ... bo-recipe/

http://www.nolacuisine.com/2007/02/04/okra-gumbo/

http://www.gumbopages.com/food/soups/index.html
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