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Below the dam: Cotter Trout Dock reports: five to 10 generators in use; trout good (particularly browns) on 1/8 -ounce white or white/gray jigs, sculpins and crawfish.
Orgeron knows a good gumbo is all about the roux, that crawfish boils are a Mother’s Day tradition and how much better everything from a fricassee to a cochon-de-lait seems to taste when LSU wins.
The Great American Eclipse, the 2017 Life Ending Industry EXPO in Japan, the World Belly-flop Championships in Norway, thousands march against hate in Boston, Louisiana crawfish in Germany, the World Tango Championship in Argentina, and much more.
This month, attend half a dozen festivals, dedicated to crawfish, hot sauce, elephant garlic, tacos and more.
Eleven choices include lobster, Dungeness crab, shrimp, oysters, crawfish, clams and mussels.
But most show the couple's embrace of their new home, with flavors like gumbo, crawfish etouffe and a play on spinach and artichoke dip.
Givens' victim, Dorothy Mae Bankston, 39, was found dead in a canal off Almonaster Road by three boys scavenging for crawfish a month after her mother reported her missing.
The duck jambalaya featured huge chunks of duck breast that combined beautifully with the sausage and crawfish.
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