Throwback Thursday {Fish and Seafood}

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Fishing for a recipe that’s fresh from the water? We’re ‘hooking’ you up with some recipes that include the catch of the day. Crawfish Boil   Tilapia with Stewed Tomatoes   Smoked Trout, Rice, Asparagus and Pea Salad   Pecan-smoked Trout Print...

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Roux is the Start to a Delicious Duck Gumbo

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Learning to make a good roux was a necessary skill to learn after I  married my Louisiana-raised  turned Arkansas outdoorsman husband. With gumbos and etouffees, it all starts with a good roux. A roux is a mixture of nearly equal parts flour and fat – vegetable oil, butter and bacon drippings (oh yea, bacon) are most common...

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Ground Venison Pasta Sauce with Fresh Basil

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Confession: I’m a terrible vegetable gardener. Year after year, I’ve made plans, poured over seed catalogs and planted a garden that ultimately failed: too much water, too little water, bug infestations, deer, rabbits and horses, whatever! Mother Nature is clearly against me and my desire to grow a vegetable garden. Herb...

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