rapunzellv 
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Re: “Don's Bayou Cajun Cookin'

okay folks who commented above get over the price already. This stuff is flown in from Louisiana a place you might have heard has had some hard times lately and resources are therefore scarce and expensive. My family and I are huge foodies and where big fans of both Nonies and the french quarter restaurants now since defunct. The food was great had just about half the menu. 1. alligator fried to perfection with a great cajun spiced light batter. 2. crawfish étouffée maybe a little more cajun inspired than creole, not rich and buttery as Nonie's was but great peasant food. 3. frog legs were huge and perfectly prepared 4. blue crab was so fresh tasting and the boil it was prepared it was outstanding , can hardly wait for feb. and their crawfish boil! 5. 180 year old recipe for pecan pie, my brother-in-law said it rivaled his army buddies grandmother's recipe who was from texarkana arkansas. Yes they may have some work to do, but they have loads of potential. As far as the plates being Styrofoam, the seating is outdoors, would you want to serve good china outside just to see its demise?

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Posted by rapunzellv on 09/26/2010 at 7:23 PM

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