2 Responses to “Sunday cooking: Gumbo”

  1. Terri Molina October 8, 2011 at 1:09 PM #

    Gumbo is one of those dishes that is hard to perfect when made from scratch. I learned to make it from my ex sister-in-law who learned from her grandmother (born and bred Cajun). But, even learning from her I still screw it up from time to time (which is why I only make it from scratch twice a year. haha)
    A key to a great gumbo is the roux, and standing at the stove for ten minutes making it isn’t fun….another key ingredient is okra. But the key to a perfect taste is to let the gumbo sit off the burner for about a half hour or so in order to let all the seasonings soak in.
    Dang, I’m getting hungry now. lol
    Glad your gumbo came out well.

  2. Jess (The Cozy Reader) October 8, 2011 at 8:20 PM #

    Very nice! Last night I made some divine potato soup. Today I made s’mores cupcakes and marshmallow frosting! They’re pretty tasty!

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