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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Cast your VOTE


Have you heard about this "Great American Seafood cook off" that will be held at Louisiana on August 2 and 3. You can cast your vote and enter to win a price which is a travel to New Orleans, Louisiana.
That photo above is my choice of entry a creation of Chef Brian Landry of Louisiana, I love shrimp so much and this Shrimp and Andouille Cassoulet is a Louisiana Shrimp and Andouille sausage smothered in a white bean casserole. It looks so yum and they also put in the recipes on the site so I might try to cook that this week. I will try cooking it first using the same ingredients as listed by Chef Brian Landry and maybe I can re create this recipe by using Portuguese sausage instead of Andouille and eliminate the beans and some herbs.
When you talk about seafoods here in the US New Orleans Louisiana is so famouse that is why I trust and have choose to vote for this contest a dish made of Chef Brian Landry of Louisiana. I hope he will win and you can also cast your vote by going to this site www.GreatAmericanSeafoodCookOff.com, cast your vote now and let your favorite recipe or chef win.
Here in US we have the best taste of seafood, we have to use our own seafood to benefit our local fisher mans. You can guarantee that local seafood's are fresh and has great taste. What are you waiting for cast your vote for your favorite recipe at "Great American Seafood cook off" site
Sponsored by Lousiana Seafood

His CATCH!

This are some of his catch last time he went to Molokai island, he gave some to his buddy. The other friend of his who go on the other boat are season fisher mans and expect they got plenty catch than my husband. He said he got one mahi-mahi but lost it on his hands lol.
Better luck next time, and my husband he was roasted by the sun and looks he lose weight on that overnight trip, actually that's 2 days and 1 night trip. I hope he will take a rest from fishing for awhile but fishing is only during summer, when its winter you will be toast by huge waves.

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