#inalouisianakitchen

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Go outside but first, grab you some chicken necks with some string. Catch you a dozen crabs, boil them and pick them. See a local shrimper about some fresh shrimp ; get you a few pounds. Grab you a fishing pole with an opening night and go catch you some speckled trout in the surf. When you get home, walk out to the garden; pluck off an eggplant, a few tomatoes, and a handful of basil. Go back inside and make a shrimp & crabmeat-eggplant stuffing. Don't forget to use the crab fat in it as well. Pan fry you some trout in some of your favorite seasoning throw that on top of your stuffing and kust to be extravagant, top that with a basil hollandaise sauce....because that's how we do it here in Louisiana, y'all. 😘🍆🍅🦐🐟🦀🍃🍽 #louisianaseafood #justanothersaturday #mylouisiana #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Check out the new art work (😙)for the 2018 Grand Isle Ladies' Rodeo shirts. This will be on the back of the shirt. Front will have a pink ribbon on the left lapel of the shirt. The shirts will be the long sleeve cool shirts. Going to be looking good ladies!!!! The 12th Annual Grand Isle Ladies' Rodeo will be held on Columbus Day Weekend October 5th and 6th, 2018. RODEO TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED from Bridge Side Marina, at the Grand Isle Visitor Center or on their registration hub page. #breastcancer #grandisle #ladiesfishingrodeo #louisianacoast #louisianalife #mylouisiana #myart #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
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One can never have too much honey in their life or on their table.... Sweet P Farms - family owned and operated homestead farm on the bayou uses the honor system and makes a great stop on the way to and from the island. ❤ #louisianahoney #localhoney #louisianalife #mylouisiana #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Fresh out the grease gratons and they are so, so très bon! And those ribs!..they come out the smoker at 4, y'all! #riverridge #cantbeattheremeat #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
I'd like to officially introduce our new kitchen mascot, Mssr. Beignet Chênièr Minou. He has saltwater in his veins and powdered sugar in his heart. Born in Chênier, Louisiana, Mssr. Beignet appeared at our doorstep one evening, hungry and alone. It was only right to be hospitable and so, that evening he dined on filet mignon, drank a bottomless bowl of fresh water, showed us how to chase fiddler crabs and ducks in the dark, sang a little, and napped by our feet until the early morning hours, just before the sun rose from the emerald green waters. He returned again the next evening and the evening after that and it wasn't long before we all new, he was one of us. Welcome to the kitchen table, Mssr. Beignet. Welcome to the French Quarter. You are home. ❤ #foreverhome #catsofinstagram #islandcatforever #purrrfectgentleman #cajun #creole #frenchquarter #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
A productive day in the kitchen... Sold #8 out of only #10 , of My Louisiana at WhatsNew in the French Quarter (left her with 3 more in case your in the neighborhood.) Came home, made beaucoup boulettes and stuffed crabs that I cleaned yesterday to freeze and bake or fry at a later date. Gotta stock that freezer while the gettin' is good, ya know. 🦀🍽🌊 #louisianaseafood #louisianabluecrab #stuffdat #Cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
...the kind of souvenirs from the island that everyone should take home. #jai 's #stuffedflounder #stuffedcrabs #louisianaseafood #grandisle #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
The appropriate way to end any Southern gathering...with a sip of cherry bounce. Thanks to @marycharlotteshannon and brother, Dan the wild cherry man for keeping this tradition alive in south Louisiana. So, raise a glass to wild cherries steeped in Wild Turkey! Cheers! #letsbounce #cherrybounce #goodforcoldstoo #mawmawswears #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
"The genus Abelmoschus has several cultivated species, but the one that crossed the Atlantic sometime in the sixteenth century was Abelmoschus esculentum. Related to cotton and other mallow family plants, okra is an ancient vegetable that originated in southern Ethiopia in far antiquity. It provides thickness and savor in the one-pot stews that are the basis of many traditional African diets. #historykitchens #okra #myislandgarden #whatwouldwedowithoutit #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Grand Isle, Louisiana has culinary ties going way back. Lafciado Hearn wrote the Creole Cookbook, published in 1885. "In the 1860’s, according to the paper, roughly a quarter of the residents of Grand Isle were slaves or free persons of color. I’m sure there was segregation, but from contemporary writing, the boundaries seemed pliable. Lafcadio Hearn wrote in 1884: “children in multitude! – children of many races, and of many tints – ranging from ivorine to glossy bronze, through half the shades of Broca’s pattern-colors; – for there is a strange blending of tribes and peoples here.” Other writers of the time also noted the relatively friendly relationships between the black, white and “colored” — the last category including persons of mixed race." #lafcadiohearn #louisianacoast #louisianahistory #tarponrodeo2018 #grandisle #louisiana #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Fishing can be rough. 🎣🤣🐟 And days as hot as this one call for snowballs afterwards. And thank the sweet Lord above, Brian and Michelle from #CajunBlizzardSnowballs are here at the pavilion to put the kabash on the scorching summer temps. #cajunblizzard #snowballs #tarponrodeo2018 #grandisle #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
A little ol' orchard mason bee helping me out with my mint juleps. #littlegardenhelpers #pollinatingplantswhereevertheygo #cajun #creole thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Lots of detours this a.m. just to get Grand Marnier at #vieuxcarrewinesandspirits for those Tarpon Rodeo margaritas this week. But hey, atleast the scenery is nice. #frenchquarterviews #liquorrun #frenchquarterlife #frenchquarter #neworleans #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Ever wondered what a garbonzo bean really looks like? Well here you have it. It is actually wrapped in a paper-thin shell much like a tomatillo. #knowyourfood #garbonzobean #cajun #creole #everythinginbetween #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Oh, oh. The cat whisperer has done it again. Feral Kitty my ass. #tamethatcat #puttywhisperer #islandlife #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
I was gifted this little recipe from Middleton Place in S.C. by our waitress a couple of weeks ago after I proclaimed my love for this sweet and crispy little piece of heaven. While I have tried others before this, this one was perfection. "This Huguenot Torte or Ozark Pudding is Charleston, South Carolina’s most famous dessert.  Almost all restaurants in the area serve this wonderfully delicious apple and nut torte.  The recipe is neither Huguenot or a torte – it is kind of like a pecan pie without a crust and resembling a apple crisp.  A southern confection that you can easily master at home with a few apples, pecans, flour and sugar. Huguenot Torte History: It is generally thought that this modern dessert was adapted from the classic Ozark Pudding (which is more of a cake than a pudding) that originated in northwest Arkansas and southwest Missouri.  The Ozark Pudding was a favorite of the Huguenot community of Charleston and was made in homes and taverns. According to culinary historian John Martin Taylor in an article in the Rock Hill Herald newspaper, by John Egerton (author of Southern Foods), published on August 30, 1988: The torte descends from a more recent Midwestern dessert called Ozark pudding.  Huguenot torte first showed up in print in 1950 in Charleston Receipts, a successful community cookbook in which the torte recipe was attributed to Evelyn Anderson Florance (then Mrs. Cornelius Huguenin). In the 1980s, Taylor tracked her down in a nursing home and discovered that she had eaten Ozark pudding at a church dinner in Galveston, Texas, in the 1930s.  Around 1942, after working with the recipe to get it the way she liked, she renamed it Huguenot torte after Huguenot Tavern, a Charleston restaurant where she made desserts.  The tavern became known for this torte. This pudding was given the name HuguenotTorte to reflect the Huguenot’s love of this dessert and their heritage. #lowcountryvacay #huguenottorte #southernrecipes #middletonplace #southcarolina #louisianagoestothelowcountry #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
...and then there were the warm peach preserves right out the pot and onto a toasted slice of buttered, herb focaccia. Afternoon snacks because everyone needs a little sugar, sugar! #peachextravaganza #everythingisjustpeachy #preserves #conserves #cajun #creole #louisiana #frenchquarter #neworleans #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
When you have a whole lotta peaches... "The Oxford Companion to Food (Oxford University Press, 1999) defines ratafia as “a cordial or a brandy-based liqueur flavoured with almonds, peach, cherry, or apricot kernels, or soft fruits.” European and Mediterranean wine-producing countries—including France, Spain, and Italy—each have their own version of the sweet liqueur. With Louisiana’s French and Spanish heritage, it should come as no surprise that ratafia caught on here. Brandy came to Louisiana through the Port of New Orleans, and with the accessibility of wild fruit throughout the southern part of the state, ratafia became a popular drink among Cajun and Creole families. Nearly every Cajun family made black cherry bounce and other varieties from the abundance of fresh fruit, including blackberries, muscadines, and persimmons. The Picayune’s Creole Cook Book (Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2013), which dates to 1901, states, “Our Louisiana fruits are very juicy, and therefore no other liquor than good French brandy is or should ever be used in preparing a fruit Ratafia.” Recipes for ratafia call for fruit to be steeped in brandy for one month before adding simple syrup, filtering, and bottling in pint bottles. - John Folse #ratafia #peachyaffair #cajun #creole #neworleans #louisiana #louisianaculture #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Things that go really well together - peaches, chantrelles, farro, leeks, thyme, and peach infused bourbon. Oh, and bacon. 🤗😍🍑🍃🥃 #learnsomethingneweveryday #kitchenexperiments #chantrelles #farrorissotto #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
When vacationing, particularly in the south, my mind is always in the kitchen. Always. On this fine trip through the Carolinas I was so thrilled to pick up a several pieces (from my wonderful friend Julie at Fruitful Pickins) matching a collection of dinnerware that sat on my maw maw's kitchen table all those years ago. The Golden Wheat pattern by Homer Laughlin was very popular during the 1950s and 60s and adorned many a table here in Southwest Louisiana. Tonight, this set will adorn mine and will be used to serve warm homemade, peach bread pudding while conjuring memories of maw maw Ava's table. What sort of goodies do you collect along the way when traveling or vacationing in the south? #vintagekitchencollections #homerlaughlin #goldenwheatpattern #vacationfinds #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
A little somethin'-somethin' I brought back from my not so secret, secret spot in NC....boy, do I have plans for you! #chantrelle #backyardprizes #northcarolinacomestolouisiana #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
"In the United States, colonial South Carolina and Georgia grew and amassed great wealth from the Slavery labor obtained from the Senegambia area of West Africa and from coastal Sierra Leone. At the port of Charleston, through which 40% of all American slave imports passed, slaves from this region of Africa brought the highest prices, in recognition of their prior knowledge of rice culture, which was put to use on the many rice plantations around Georgetown, Charleston, and Savannah. From the enslaved Africans, plantation owners learned how to dyke the marshes and periodically flood the fields. At first the rice was milled by hand with wooden paddles, then winnowed in sweetgrass baskets (the making of which was another skill brought by slaves from Africa). The invention of the rice mill increased profitability of the crop, and the addition of water power for the mills in 1787 by millwright Jonathan Lucas was another step forward. Rice culture in the southeastern U.S. became less profitable with the loss of slave labor after the American Civil War, and it finally died out just after the turn of the 20th century. Today, people can visit the only remaining rice plantation in South Carolina that still has the original winnowing barn and rice mill from the mid-19th century at the historic Mansfield Plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina. The predominant strain of rice in the Carolinas was from Africa and was known as "Carolina Gold." The cultivar has been preserved and there are current attempts to reintroduce it as a commercially grown crop. In the southern United States, rice has been grown in southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and east Texas since the mid-19th century. Many Cajun farmers grew rice in wet marshes and low lying prairies where they could also farm crayfish when the fields were flooded. In recent years rice production has risen in North America, especially in the Mississippi River Delta areas in the states of Arkansas and Mississippi. #beforeandafter #ricetotable #knowwhereyourfoodcomesfrom #culinaryhistory #lowcountry #carolinascometolouisiana #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Low country, South Carolina vacay- Day 2 "The church was situated on 50 acres of donated property between the lands of the Tomotley Barony and the manor of the Bull family, the family of aristocrats that provided most of the funds for the church’s construction. William Bull christened his Lowcountry estate “Sheldon Plantation” in honor of Sheldon Hall, his Warwickshire, England, ancestral home. The red-brick ruins remaining, including the still-standing four Doric columns, allow one to visualize the neoclassical temple form of this place of worship. It is considered by many to be the first example of Greek Revival architecture in the New World. In concert with the ornate altar, it contains a baptismal fountain and burial vaults. The vault of William Bull I, a South Carolina lieutenant governor, is located beside the solitary altar. An equestrian statue of Prince William was located near the church’s residence. Colonials supposedly melted the statue in order to produce bullets to use against the British enemy. The churchyard is graced with ancient moss-covered oaks. Parishioners no doubt tethered their horses and carriages under these very trees during Sunday services. It is not known who designed or built the Prince William Parish Church. One theory asserts that the church was constructed according to abandoned plans for St. Mary-le-Strand Church in London. Its design has also been attributed to a Scottish architect, Colin Campbell. Builders of the church also remain unnamed. Still, some claim that four “figure eight” marks outlined in the bricks were hieroglyphs identifying the craftsmen. Others insist that the figure eight is a Christian symbol. Jesus rose from the dead eight days after he entered Jerusalem. Another floating hypothesis is that the four mysterious markings represent God’s mercy, grace, wisdom, and love. Interestingly, a horizontal figure -eight is the time-honored symbol for infinity, usually interpreted to mean “without end.” #sheldonchurchruins #beauford #southcarolina #realsouthernculture #learnyourhistory #onehistory #lowcountry #cajun #creole #louisianatravelstothelowcountry #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Patriot Pecan Pie - is what will be served on this 4th of July after all the fireworks have lit up the North Carolina skies. Bourbon from Kentucky, Hershey chocolate from Pennsylvania, pecans from Louisiana. #independenceday #proudtobeanamerican #mountaintime #louisianapecans #louisianagoestothemountains #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
"While the Cherokee lived in this area as long as 3,000 years ago, the oldest petroglyphs here are 1,500 years old while the newest are around 300 years old. Cherokee left this area when European settlers started moving in. Today, the rock is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is owned by Jackson County for a public park. It's open every day during daylight hours with no admission charge. A boardwalk has been built around the boulder to protect the petroglyphs, which are eroding over time.... #judacullarock #cherokee #theysurepickedabeautifulspot #learnhistory #realsouthernculture #mountaintime #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
With the temperatures slowly crawling towards 70 this morning 🤣... It only seems appropriate to put on a pot of Louisiana Seafood gumbo up in these hills of North Carolina. Bringing a little Louisana whereever we geaux... #stinkingoodupinthesehillsnow #Lejeunessausage #louisianaseafood #imakemyownroux #cajun #creole #mountainmomma #louisianameetsnorthcarolina #louisiana #northcarolina #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
I learned about something new in the community during last nights recipe swap at Kitchen Witch NoLa - #onebookoneneworleans . That is the great thing about recipe swaps...you learn so much more than just new recipes; you learn about community and people and culture and history and everything in between. We should swap recipes for not just cooking but for life far more often than we do. ❤ One Book One New Orleans is a campaign for literacy and community improvement which calls upon residence in New Orleans to share the reading of the same book at the same time every fall. They partner with The Literacy Alliance of Greater New Orleans, New Orleans Public Library, the Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society, Louisiana Books to Prisoners, The Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings, and WRBH Reading Radio. If you are interested in joining the discussion, the 2018 selection is - New Orleans: A Food Biography by Elizabeth M. Williams. During last night's event at one of New Orleans best little book shops, Kitchen Witch (make it a point to visit), I was able to do a bit of browsing and picked up this little gem to add to my collection - Mam Papaul's Country Creole Basket; Creole recipes from the Côte des Allemands up river from New Orleans Cook Book. Copyright 1973 #onebookoneneworleans #knowledgeistheanswer #cajun #creole #recipes #neworleans #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
You know you are in a Louisiana honey hole when you stop for fresh seafood along the bayou and the seafood lady has fresh figs to dole out too. 💜💚💛 #iheartlouisiana #louisianaseafood #louisianaproduce #figtastic #bayoulife #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Yesterday was "Sketching in the Courtyard" at the Hermann-Grima House but guess where I sketched instead... On a serious note - I can't even begin to imagine how hot it must have been cooking in that kitchen in this kind of heat! In a conversation with one of the coordinators, I suggested that they give cooking demonstrations in the middle of summer, instead of their usual fall and winter schedules, to better represent just some of what these men & women endured. #imaginedat #reallyhotoutside #evenhotterinthekitchen #ifyoucanttaketheheatgetoutofthekitchen #sarahnelson #art #cajun #creole #history #frenchquarter #neworleans #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
When you buy a frame, get it home and then realize that it is chipped in a hundred different places... That's okay though, because gold leaf fixes EVERYTHING. 💲😎🤗😙🎨💲 #golden #shescrafty #cajun #creole #louisiana #artist #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
I knew the kitchen was missing something but couldn't quite put my finger on it. Now I know what it was - 'mater pasties and Limoncello from the Amalfi Coast. Thank you @suzie.q.who for all these goodies! 😙😙 #everygirlneedsmaterpasties #amalficomestothequarter #louisiana #cajun #creole #italian #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Was alot happening in this picture...a game of rummy cube while polishing off the shrimp etouffee, corn maque choux, wine, more wine and homemade bourbon, chocolate, pecan pie with real whipped cream all for the "Parts Unknown" viewing party with the ladies. Great episode that brought back so many wonderful memories of those 5 days during Mardi Gras spent in and around Mamou.... #cajun #creole #louisianaculture #louisianapride #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen #whyanthonywhy
I must be thirsty because this color scheme reminds me of lemonade... #frenchquarter #neworleans #frenchquarterarchitecture #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Another succesful evening in the kitchen. The vegan & vegatrian inspired menu for the garden party was a huge success; was a learning opportunity for me. I do wish I would have had time to take more pictures as the evening went on. Entertainment provided by @samanthapearlmusic and oysters every which way were provided by @twogirlsoneshuck. Dining by candlelight on a hot and steamy evening in the French Quarter - ain't nothin' quite like it. (I want to straighten that tablecloth, though.) #frenchquarterdinnerparty #hotsummernights #frenchquarter #neworleans #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
And to cap off the evening...BOOM...Bayou Superfest Firework display. #boomdahdah #frenchquarter #neworleans #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Do you love your veggies? I love mine! Vegetarian dinner party contender... Eggplant with buttermilk sauce Yotam Ottoleghi style. #frenchquarterdinnerparty #I ♡eggplant #frenchquarter #neworleans #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Buku Brux and the Royal Street Stroll.... #birdseyeview #royalstreetstroll #nowfe2018 #frenchquarter #neworleans #louisiana #cajun #creole thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Garden fresh cucumber and tomato salad makes a fine side for any meal in this heat! Just add salt & pepper and let it sit a bit before serving...it makes its own vinaigrette. Tha salt draws out the moisture in the tomatoes and cucumbers and voila! #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Admiring the morning sun as it softly kisses my cupboard and the sassafras hanging to dry. It looks like it is almost time to start turning this bundle into powder. I can't wait for the first of the summer gumbos now! #kissmysassafras #cajun #creole #louisianalove #louisianapride #louisianaculture #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Was just a tad bit of hail and flooding today in the F.Q. 😕...but my plants are happy...a little beat up, but quinched none the less. #summerstorms #frenchquarterflooding #frenchquarter #neworleans #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Controlled burns allow healthy new growth and plant diversity that provide food, shelter and nesting material vital for birds and other animals to thrive. #regineration #marshlife #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Crapeau= Toad, Ouaouaron= Bullfrog, La grenouille is what we call the little green tree frog. Also commonly called "Pee Frog" for the way it pees when you catch it or when it feels threatened. #peefrog #cajunfrench #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Excessive mint in the garden? No problem. Just make ice cream...because we all scream for ice cream! While we are out in the kayaks today, my mint-vanilla base will be steaping all day in the fridge before being strained then added to the 1983 Dolly Madison hand-me-down ice cream churner. Gives us all something to look forward to after what is certain to be a long, hot day on the coast. Woo-hoo! Summer hath arrived! 😉🍃🍦 #mintasticproblems #mintchocolatechipicecreaminthemaking #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
You know you have found a Louisiana honey hole when the ladies restroom is filled with fishing gear. #sportswomansparadise #cajun #creole #goforcrawfishleavewithastory #dontforgettowashyourhands #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
To all of the "Spirits of Louisiana" that are, were, and to be.... Happy Mother's Day to you. Without you we would be not. Spirit of Louisiana 45"×27" Coulin, George D., 1822-1904 Born in Seloncourt (Doubs), France, came to New Orleans at age 11. He assisted in painting the "Transfiguration" in St Patrick's Church and helped in frescoing the Old Criminal Court ceiling in the Cabildo. from the book 19th Century Louisiana Painters And Paintings; From The Collection Of W.E. Groves c.1971 #louisianaart #mothersdaytribute #spiritoflouisiana #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
...things one finds used as a bookmark for important Louisiana recipes such as opposum. I love vintage books...always a little surprise waiting inside. Never fails. ❤ #youmaybeexcused #hallpass #1978 #Louisianacookery #maryland #cajun #creole #louisianapride #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Back in the city...dinner parties to plan, CASA of LaFourche t-shirts to design, and cafè au laits to be had with friends in between. Happy productive Thursday from the Quarter, y'all! #frenchquarterlife #louisianalife #frenchqaurter #louisiana #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Happy National Shrimp Day!! Get out there and show your love for our very own Louisiana shrimp!! #louisianaseafood #nationalshrimpday #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
It's that time of the year when you should be spending as much of said time on the water wetting a hook as you possibly can. #louisianacoast #louisianalife #louisianalove #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
So this just happened... I was gifted a birthday pompano from two very generous friends. The only pompano caught today and he ended up a part of my birthday celebration. #luckygirl #pompanobeatscakeanyday #74wasagoodyear #hereistogoodfriends #birthdayfestivuscontinues #islandstyle #louisianaseafood #louisianacoast #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
...was feeling patriotic with Warren Storm - Willie Tee & the Cypress Band with T.K. Hulin. #jazzfest2018 #neworleans #louisiana #livinglouisianalegends #swamppop #cajun #creole #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
With @glamarati and @bcasey504 Tauras' Birthday Bash....they will be dancing in the streets all night long, all night long...Oh, whoa...yaaayyy! #birthdayfestivus #tauras #fullofbull #cajun #creole #louisiana #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
Someone has some serious decisions to make soon. In case anyone is curious, it's a toss up for me...one of the two combos on the right. Oh the suspense! #frenchquarterproblems #frenchquarterlife #colors #cajun #creole #frenchquarter #louisiana #neworleans #thereoncewasakitchentable #inalouisianakitchen
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