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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

E is for Etouffe



etouffee (ay-too-fay) - The term literally means, "smothered." It is a cooking method of cooking something smothered in a blanket of chopped vegetables over a low flame in a tightly covered pan. Crawfish and shrimp etoufees are delicious New Orleans specialties.

My batch of Duck Etouffee is actually made with the carcass of a duck.  There's always plenty of meat left on the bones for one more recipe!  Isn't it pretty served in my Johnson Brothers Brookshire china?

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10 comments:

  1. That sure looks delicous and the plate is very appropriate.

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  2. I learned a new word! (and how to pronounce it as well!)

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  3. My son went on a mission to Louisiana for our church, and crawfish etouffee was his favorite dish!

    =)

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  4. This word is just so fun to say!

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  5. I am so jealous because Rod just took off for NOLA and I know he will get some terrific etouffee!!

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  6. I am headed to New Orleans next week and for NOLA and am planning on getting me some etoufee!!

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  7. Delious-looking ‘E’ post! Happy Alphabe-Thursday!

    Have a great weekend ahead & look forward to *seeing* you again next time,

    LOLA:)

    Btw Alphabe-Thursday

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  8. delicious!

    have a lovely day.

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  9. What a delicious stop this week. My husband would ador this dish. I would eat rice on the lovely plate and be perfectly happy! I keep thinking I will like seafood when I get older...I think it's getting to be too late for it, after all!

    Excellent link!

    A+

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  10. That looks great! It reminds me of the great food and music of New Orleans!

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