Posts Tagged ‘NEW ORLEANS’

GULF COAST LAMB

GULF COAST LAMBS-HARDY YOUNGSTERS THAT ROAM FREELY, GRAZING ON GRASS AND WOODLAND VEGETATION, AND THUS DEVELOP A MEAT THAT IS LEANER, RICHER, AND MORE FLAVORFUL THAN THE RATHER BLAND, GENERIC-TASTING MEAT OF SHEEP FROM FACTORY FARMS. OUR GULF COAST LAMBS HAVE BEEN GRAZING HERE SINCE THE SPANISH INTRODUCED THEM TO FLORIDA IN THE 1500s, AND […]

TOBASCO SAUCE A HOT COMMODITY

THERE ‘S AN OLD JOKE ABOUT TABASCO: EVERYBODY HAS A BOTTLE IN THEIR CUPBOARD, AND IT’S STILL THE SAME BOTTLE. BUT TABASCO NEVER LASTS THAT LONG IN LOUISIANA. THOUGH SOME FOLKS SWEAR BY CRYSTAL HOT SAUCE, AND BOTTLES OF “SLAP YA MAMA” AND “BAYOU BUTT BURNER” SHOW UP AT EVERY CORNER GROCERY. TABASCO IS IN […]

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