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~Lenore    Posted 07-26-2004 at 09:54:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
I love the stuff, specially the way my French grandma cooked it.
When I was little I used to sit in a chair in the kitchen and watch her cook.
It was torture!
The first thing she did was thinly cut onions, celery, parsley and garlic.
Then in that heavy black dutch oven she would heat a little lard and start sauteeing them.
Adding them one at a time the aroma got my taste buds drooling.
This was not fast food; it took and hour or so before it was finally ready to eat.
As I sat there smelling all the wonderful aromas my tummy would start grumbling and I would think it was never gonna be ready.
In those days we waited til dinner time (noon meal to those who eat dinner in the evening) to eat.
That meant we had to wait for my mom to walk home from work on her lunch hour;
then we sat down together and ate.
Believe me it was really hard on a little toddler to smell all that good food and have to WAIT!
Waiting is not a three or four year olds best quality.
It sure was wonderful when I finally got to eat it.
I'd love to have a plate full f her jambalaya now.

~Hank Williams Sr.

(this is a little extra insurance that bill b va will not say an unkind word when soon coming football season posts arive)

bill b va    Posted 07-26-2004 at 11:15:01       [Reply]  [No Email]

Thanks..i wasn't really trying to give you a hard time....just a little fun and you took me serious . i remember the night hank williams first appeared on the lousiania hay about 1952 after getting thrown off the grand opera (?) .i was listening to the radio and it sounded like the ceiling i was going to fall from the applious . he played and played and they didn't want to let him go . i was statined at lake charles air force base at the time .

Clod    Posted 07-26-2004 at 17:34:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
Bill Va..Im interested in knowing what kind of planes were at the base back then. There was B 47s when I got there.I was not in the in the AF but was in school there.

~Lenore    Posted 07-26-2004 at 12:49:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
I knew you "picking" on me;
so now the shoe is on the other foot.
I am "picking" on you!! :-)

ArtinNY    Posted 07-26-2004 at 10:03:19       [Reply]  [Send Email]
So how about posting the recipe ??????

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