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Unread 11-11-2012, 09:44 PM   #16
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nice to see someone who is not a moron make gumbo and not screw it up by pouring the gumbo over the rice.

walls across texas are covered with grease spots from where i have gotten gumbo bowls that were not properly served and made useless by not ensuring the rice went over the gumbo. ruined.... i throw them at the closest wall... utter garbage

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Unread 11-11-2012, 09:50 PM   #17
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Nice pot of gumbo
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Spectacular. And yes, today was a perfect gumbo day in Dallas.
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Fark!!! That looks outstanding! Did ya hit it with a few squirts of hot sauce? I so love okra!!!

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Well, I know I typed it, but somehow edited it out. The Abita Turbo Dog was a gift from Toast. Thanks!

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Fark!!! That looks outstanding! Did ya hit it with a few squirts of hot sauce? I so love okra!!!

Bob
I overdid the cayenne just enough that, after a few tastes, I didn't feel the need to add any hot sauce.

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Nice work!
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that looks awesome. will have to go that route next time. don't know whats more exciting, cold weather food, or the cold, wet, gray day.
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Very tasty CD... I'd eat a bowl or three of that any day!
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Odd, that looks like a good bowl of gumbo.
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Looks good. Great job on the pics.
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That looks like some kick arse gumbo CD.

I made some Gumbo the other day too. I though it was farking awesome, although at the time I didn't realize I was farking it up since I poured it over the rice. Live an learn I guess.
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Your Gumbo looks Stellar, Sir!!!
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A friend recently brought over some gumbo that was farking awesome, then my SIL made some pretty good stuff as well. Looks like I'll go next.

Great work on the cook and the pix!
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Musta just been Gumbo Sunday cause I made a pot too! Chicken, sausage (didn't have andouille but I had some extra hot beef links) and shrimp. No okra in the house. Oh well. Still made a tasty pot. I use the fat from the sausages along with some butter and oil to make the roux.
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