Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin (Giveaway)


 Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin the perfect appetizer or main meal
Traveling to Louisiana has always been on my bucket list. I can't believe I've never been there...GASP...but, I've been close: Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi. Something has always come up, making it impossible for me to visit the "Bayou State".

Most folks seem to have an interest in heading to Louisiana for Mardi Gras, which is not necessarily my thing. My indulgent reason to visit Louisiana (and it's not any less hedonistic) is to eat, as in "Pig Out". I want to take myself on a self-imposed culinary tour. Are you surprised? I didn't think so.

Oh sure, I want to see the bayous, the alligators and the plantations, but between you and me, I'd really just love to sit and people watch on Bourbon Street with a steaming, hot cup of Cafe au Lait and a side of warm beignets. Then I'd move on to some hole-in-the-wall places serving jambalaya, red beans and rice, po'boys or maybe a muffuletta.

I'd eventually make my way down to Avery Island to learn about the production of TABASCO and then I'd indulge myself with some of the best seafood in world. Gulf seafood from Louisiana is by far superior and Louisiana Seafood is the best in the Gulf. I would make sure I have plenty of time in my itinerary to get my fill of the oysters, shrimp, crawfish, fish, alligator and pounds and pounds of the Louisiana blue crab I used in this recipe. It was amazing.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin get your crab from Louisiana
Louisiana blue crab meat happens to be lower in calories than king crab, but boasts more iron than snow or Dungeness crab meat. At 80 calories per 3.5 ounce portion, it has half of the USDA daily allowance for protein. I'll take that!

Louisiana Blue Crab Grtain the jumbo lump crab is a force to be reckoned with
Lucky for us this gorgeous, jumbo lump blue crab is available year round. Find out where you can get yours.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin a lot goes into making this a very delcious recipe
This stunning gratin recipe, put together by Louisiana Seafood, is filled with fresh ingredients and flavorful cheeses.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin a cheesy good roux
A beautiful and easy to make roux is the bridge bringing together the produce, cheeses and crab into one stunning recipe.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin make it in the perfect little dish
Little stoneware gratin dishes are perfect for serving. Creme brulee dishes also work well. I placed mine on two trays in the oven so they were easy to put in and take out.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin such a delicious meal
Like any gratin, a flavorful and crunchy topping is part of the package. This one does not disappoint. 

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin sprinkle on the breadcrumbs
Make the crust as thick as you prefer. As the gratin begins to bubble up from the bottom, it will incorporate into the breadcrumbs nicely.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin serve with crusty bread and you are going to be just fine  Swoon
It's no secret Louisiana is known for its celebratory nature. I have no doubt each meal is a social event in and of itself. I imagine friends, neighbors and families gathering around outdoor tables for crawfish boils, barbecued oysters and abundant shrimp feasts I can only picture in my dreams.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin burnt on the edge is always a treat
Louisiana's unique geographical features include a complex system of waterways that include two-alluvial deltas, rich estuaries, brackish bayous and lakes meeting the Gulf of Mexico.

These distinctive features are the reason this Gulf state is able to produce the volume and variety of seafood unlike anyone, anywhere else. Did you know Louisiana's shoreline is 7,721 miles long? That's more than California and Maine combined, which is pretty impressive. 

Louisiana Seafood has plenty to celebrate as a brand built on the creation and enjoyment of their seafood. It makes sense why I have heard its praises for so long. I've got to get myself there to experience it all.

Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin makes enough for a crowd

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Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin

Recipe from: Louisiana Seafood | Serves: 12

Ingredients

  • 2 lbs Louisiana blue crab meat, jumbo lump
  • 1/2 lb unsalted butter, divided
  • 1-1/2 cups minced onions
  • 1 cup diced celery
  • 1 cup small diced green bell peppers
  • 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup white wine
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 2 cups white cheddar cheese, grated, divided
  • 2 cups grated Parmesan cheese, divided
  • 1/2 cup chopped parsley
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 2 teaspoons Original TABASCO® brand pepper sauce
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 teaspoons Creole seasoning, divided
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
  • salt, to taste
  • ground white pepper, to taste
  • 1 cup chopped green onions
  • 2 cups panko breadcrumbs
  • 2 loaves French bread, sliced and toasted

Directions

  • Add 4 tbsp. butter and onions to medium sauté pan. Cook gently until onions are tender and translucent. Add celery and green peppers and cook an additional 3 minutes. Remove from heat and reserve.
  • In medium sauce pot, melt remaining 12 tbsp. butter over medium heat. Add flour and mix well. Add white wine, milk and heavy cream. Cook over low heat for 10 minutes, stirring constantly. Add 1 1/2 cups cheddar cheese, 1 cup Parmesan cheese, parsley, lemon juice, TABASCO®, Worcestershire, 2 tsp. Creole seasoning and nutmeg. Stir until cheese is melted. Season with salt and white pepper to taste. Remove from heat and reserve.
  • Combine onion mixture with cream mixture. Add Louisiana blue crab meat and green onions. Toss gently to combine. Taste and add salt and white pepper as needed.
  • Combine panko breadcrumbs, remaining 1 cup cheddar cheese, remaining 1 cup Parmesan cheese and remaining 2 tsp. of Creole seasoning.
  • Divide crab mixture into 12 buttered gratin dishes. Top each generously with bread crumb mixture.
  • Bake in 400°F oven for 12-15 minutes and then place under broiler for 1-2 minutes to brown the top.
  • Serve with sliced toasted French bread.
Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin one bite wont be enough
It's impossible to take one bite.

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251 Comments and 8 Replies

  1. Stacey F 1

    I’ve never made a crawfish pie….sounds sooooo yummy! Gotta try the recipe!

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  2. Elena 2

    I want to try the Crabmeat Ceviche

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  3. Elena 3
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  4. Holy moly! That is one mighty list of ingredients, but this dish looks positively decadent. I’ll be trying it for sure, but on a smaller scale.

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  5. I would love to try the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes!

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  6. Erica S 6

    They all look delicious!!

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  7. Nora B 7

    Yum! I’d want to make the crab gratin!

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  8. libby rouse 8

    Seafood Jambalaya would love to try first

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  9. Mami2jcn 10

    I’d like to try the garlic shrimp recipe.

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  10. Mami2jcn 11

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/608992274266120193

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  11. connie price 13

    How about crab and avocado salad with a lime/cilantro dressing?

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  12. Natalie 14

    I am the most excited to make the Jumbo lump crab cake recipe from the website. Crab is one of my favorite foods!!

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  13. Crab cakes, good ones, more crab than breading, and with rich creamy lemony-caper dip.

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  14. Julie Wood 17

    I really want to try the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes!

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  15. Julie Wood 18

    Tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/609002262334062593

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  16. Robin C. 19

    I’d just have to pick the Louisianna Blue Crab Dip, after seeing your gorgeous pictures and the recipe it’s my first choice, and then all the rest!

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  17. Gordon M. Johanson 21

    bingo yo’all, this is high cotton food—
    gordon

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  18. Robin C. 22
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  19. Carole Resnick 23

    Crab cakes or anything else with crabmeat.

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  20. grace 24

    crab cakes for me–i’m a fanatic!

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  21. Kellie 25

    I love Louisiana food! Some of my most memorable meals were eaten there and I dream of the day to go back and eat good!

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  22. i really want to try Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes!! crab cakes have been on my bucket list to make forever :)

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  23. Kellie 28

    I love Louisiana food! Some of my most memorable meals were eaten there and I dream of the day to go back and eat good! I would love to make this recipe – it looks delish!

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  24. Renee Smith 29

    I perused the recipes, but this crab dip is definitely the one I want to try!! YUM

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  25. Teresa 30

    YUM! I would love to devour that. I have been thinking of crab recipes and this is what I am going to make next week for guests. We are headed to the gulf this summer too and I can’t wait to get my fill of seafood. Fresh grilled shrimp, fish, all of it is my favorite.

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  26. Kara Marks 32

    I would love to try this crab gratin, but I’d cut the recipe in half. I also like the shrimp stuffed Portobello mushrooms.

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  27. Susan Smith 34

    I’d like to try the Vermilion Bay Sweet Shrimp and Tasso Pasta

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  28. Susan Smith 35
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  29. mary sampson 36

    My mouth is watering from reading your blog and the recipe toooooo! Yumme for the tummies, it is sweltering hot the past 4 days as you well know, could use some crab for that gratin recipe you posted..Did not know it was lower in calories but higher in the vitamins you mentioned. Would love to win the Visa card to order some of that ymmy crab oh, my goodness sakes alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  30. Sally Tews 38

    I would like to try the blue crab Louisiana Gratin.
    That looks and sounds so good.I have always wanted to go
    to Louisiana too~to EAT.What about a glass of Noble Pig Chardonnay
    with that?

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  31. Sally Tews 41

    Link to twitter

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  32. Natalie 42
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  33. Alex Valdez 43

    I would definitely try SISTA TEEDYS CRAWFISH ÉTOUFFÉE. I can’t get enough of this stuff.

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  34. Kelly D 44

    I would like to try the Louisiana Creole BBQ Shrimp recipe.

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  35. Kelly D 45
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  36. The dip OMG!!!! The dip!!!

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  37. steve weber 47

    the Louisiana Creole BBQ Shrimp recipe for sure!

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  38. steve weber 48
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  39. Sally Tews 49
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  40. Doc Chuck 50

    As a native Texan I have been privileged to visit NOLA numerous times during my lifetime, and I have ALWAYS been enamored with the native’s culture including their wonderful Cajun and Creole food.

    Your posted recipe for Louisiana Blue Crab gratin is very similar to so many other crab recipes such as Imperial Crab (which is sort of a signature dish of Maryland).

    Although I have now retired to North Carolina, I am still enamored with, and often prepare, traditional NOLA dishes. As a departing “retiree” my last-dinner request will be a delicacy similar to the recipe you have posted.

    Your post demonstrates why Louisiana cuisine is perhaps one of the finest “food groups” in the USA.

    Good job!

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  41. Georgette Helton 51

    crawfish beignets

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  42. Lisa p 52

    The gratin looks delish but the blue crab beignets! Good Lord!

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  43. nicole dziedzic 53

    The Louisiana Seafood recipe I would like to try is the Creole Seafood Mixed Grill.

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  44. nicole dziedzic 54
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  45. Karen W 55

    The crab cakes!

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  46. I would like to try Papa’s Fried Catfish, and the Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin (seriously, both!!)!

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  47. I tweeted!
    link to twitter.com

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  48. Kim Henrichs 58

    I would love to make the jumbo lump crab cakes!!

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  49. Candy Kratzer Wenzel 59

    Oh yes, the jumbo lump crab cakes. I hate when they are all filler and hardly any crab.

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  50. Candy Kratzer Wenzel 60
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  51. Madeline 61

    I’d like to try the Cream of Redfish Soup—looks delicious!

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  52. Madeline 62

    Tweet link: link to twitter.com

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  53. heather 63

    I want to try the recipe for the Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin.

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  54. Barbara M 64

    I would like to try the Creole Seafood Mixed Grill recipe.
    thank you

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  55. Barbara M 65
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  56. Jennifer Essad 66

    I’d make this with my gift card win BACON-WRAPPED SHRIMP WITH ROSEMARY AND STILTON

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  57. Jennifer Essad 67
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  58. Kari Rowen 68

    I’d try the Boiled Shrimp. My mom would LOVE it!

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  59. Margot C 69

    I’m from New Orleans (though alas i don’t live there anymore); I would make the BARBECUE SHRIMP recipe from the Louisiana seafood site; made famous by the Pascal’s Manale Restaurant in New Orleans that when I was growing up was right down the street from my house! link to pascalsmanale.com

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  60. Margot C 70

    I posted a tweet too: link to twitter.com

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  61. Shrimp and Grits

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  62. Debbie Lind 72

    I would,love to,try the crab augratin it looks yummy!

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  63. Erin Ellis 73

    I would love to try the Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin! That looks fabulous! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin

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  64. Kimberley 74

    I would want to try some type of po boy sandwich! That sounds amazing to me!

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  65. Erin Ellis 75

    Tweet:

    link to twitter.com

    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  66. JulieM 76

    Recipe looks amazing and thanks for sharing. I am so blessed to live in South Louisiana and can get amazing seafood anytime. The recipe I would like to try again is Crawfish Bisque. I’ve only made it once as it is a pain in the bottom to stuff the crawfish heads.

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  67. Erika 77

    Their fried catfish recipe is sounding really good today.
    chambanachik(at)gmail(dot)com

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  68. Jaclyn Reynolds 78

    Seafood Jambalaya sounds delicious!!

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  69. Lorene 79

    Buttermilk Fried Alligator with Spicy Tomato Sauce and drago’s oyster pasta!! But all of them look so scrumptious!

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  70. Diona Y 80

    I would love to try the CRABMEAT CEVICHE, it looks and sounds delicious!!

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  71. Claudia 81

    Your recipe looks absolutely divine and I can’t wait to try it. I lived in Louisiana for about 4 years, and its the only place where everyone is a great cook. It seems to be in their DNA! I have had French coffee and Beignets at Cafe DuMode, the best beans and rice ever at a hole in the wall somewhere in the quarter. I know you are going to love it when you go!

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  72. Sharon 82

    I’d love to try your crab au gratin recipe!

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  73. Sharon 83
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  74. maria cantu 84

    I would like to try the barbacue shrimp.

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  75. kjasus 85

    i would like to try PAPA’S FRIED CATFISH

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  76. kjasus 86
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  77. Carrie Allton 87

    Ceviche-Marinated and Grilled Louisiana Shrimp Tacos sound amazing!

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  78. rachel cartucci 88

    crabcakes or garlic shrimp sound tasty. Either would be perfect!

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  79. Elle 89

    I would love to try the Creole Seafood Mixed Grill recipe.

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  80. Elle 90
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  81. LaTanya 91

    PAPA’S FRIED CATFISH

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  82. LaTanya 92
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  83. Doris 93

    I am not too familiar with the Louisiana food. However, I would like to discover! Thank you

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  84. Jessie C. 94

    I would like to try JUMBO LUMP CRAB CAKES recipe.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  85. Jessie C. 95

    -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/609926896994758656

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  86. I can’t wait to try the JUMBO LUMP CRAB CAKES! They look perfectly decadent! 😀

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  87. tweeted:
    link to twitter.com
    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  88. Lisa Brown 98

    The Spinach Salad with Fried Oysters and Bacon-Blue Cheese Vinaigrette recipe

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  89. Lisa Brown 99
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  90. Athena R 100

    I love alligator. So, the Louisiana Alligator Creole Stew sounds great to me.

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  91. Ashley C 101

    The shrimp po-boy sounds delicious :)

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. kathy orbe 102

    Louisiana Blue Crab gratin

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  93. I could eat this entire platter by myself!! Love blue crab!

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  94. Gina Guthrie 104

    Yum! Crab is my favorite!

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  95. Gina Guthrie 105
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  96. Tina m 106

    I want to try the GARLIC SHRIMP

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  97. Tina m 107
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  98. Kristen 108

    I’d like to try FRANK’S NEW ORLEANS TROUT & REDFISH SAUCE PIQUANT.

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  99. Kristen 109
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  100. Kerry 110

    The Italian Seared Grouper looks good!

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  101. TERRY 111

    Love Crab Cakes!!! (made with Gulf Coast Blue Crabs of course)!

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  102. Kerry 112
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  103. Amy S. 113

    I’d want to try this crab gratin!

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  104. Debbie B 114

    I love fried alligator = the recipe seems easy enough

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  105. Debbie B 115

    i posted a tweet here:

    link to twitter.com

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  106. Kris 116

    Add this to my bucket list!

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  107. Pat 117

    Crawfish Bisque!!

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  108. Alicia Sweatt 118

    This looks yummy! A great dish to try for grown-up night. No picky kids ad more for Mommy.

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  109. Robin 119

    I would like to try the Shrimp and Grits.

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  110. Thomas Murphy 120

    I want to try the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes recipe.

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  111. Thomas Murphy 121
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  112. Roxann 122

    I want to try blackened catfish with craw-fish etouffee. I’ve heard it is awesome!

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  113. Rosanne Clark 123

    The crab cake pasta salad sound devine

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  114. Roxann 124
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  115. Wendy Atkin 125

    Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin looks delicious and I would love to make this recipe. Soon. I heart LA. and you will also fall in love with the people and food when you finally get a chance to visit.

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  116. Eva Leeper 126

    You had me at Blue Crab!!! No, seriously. I use to make seafood au gratin all the time living in Louisiana. Have not had the chance to make it in years living in Austin area. Can’t find seafood I like.

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  117. joel timmons 127

    How. To. Make. Boudin. Balls. Love. Gumbo. To. Etouffee. Recipes

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  118. Anne Koford 128

    Definitely the crab cakes for me! I have yet to master any crab cake recipe.

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  119. Sandy Headtke 129

    Any and all shrimp dishes. Love barbecue shrimp

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  120. Sandy Headtke 130
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  121. Pete Boehm 131

    I think this time of year the Crabmeat Ceviche would be excellent!

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  122. Carol 132

    I want to make this recipe first, Then deviled crab.

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  123. patrick jones 133

    love crab meat!

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  124. patrick jones 134
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  125. kaye 135

    looks so incredibly yummy

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  126. Monica Orosco 136

    Seafood gumbo!!!

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  127. Donna Flinn 137

    would love to learn how to make a good crab cake.

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  128. Cindee Scholz 138

    would love tto be able to taste the blue crab, I live on the west coast, we don’t have this…..

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  129. Elicia 139

    Gasp, amazing !!!!!!

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  130. Michelle W 140

    I am totally salivating over your gratin! The crawfish etouffee over blackened catfish took me over the edge.

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  131. Darlene 141

    I can’t wait to try this Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin!

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  132. LenaB 142

    I would love to make Crawfish Etoufee (sp?) – one of many dishes tried in great eateries on my first & only visit to NOLA. Yum. I could add others, but you asked for only one :) This crab gratin looks mighty tasty, wow.

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  133. Katherine 143

    This gratin looks fab!!! Also, their crab bisque looks to die for! Creamy, seafoodie deliciousness! Noms.

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  134. Leann Lindeman 144

    The Italian seared grouper sounds really good!!!!!!

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  135. Amanda Sakovitz 145

    I want to try the Creole Seafood Mixed Grill

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  136. Amanda Sakovitz 146
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  137. Jeffrey Lammers 147

    Your dish looks awesome, there’s nothing about the recipe that I don’t like…Yum! Besides this one I also like the looks of the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes.

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  138. Jeffrey Lammers 148

    I shared on Twitter: link to twitter.com.

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  139. dawn owens 149

    Crab cakes. I don’t have them very often but when they’re ordered, I want to take the entire plate and run away from anyone else who might try to take one :)

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  140. Kathleen 150

    That looks amazing!

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  141. Henria O. 151

    I would like to try the Seafood Okra Gumbo.
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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  142. Henria O. 152

    Tweeted: link to twitter.com
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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  143. Lori Stanich 153

    I would love to see any crab salad or crab Rangoon recipes! Thank you!

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  144. erica best 154

    i love baked fish with fresh herbs

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  145. erica best 155
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  146. Becca Z 156

    I want to make the Shrimp and Grits recipe, it has a buerre verde sauce that sounds amazing

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  147. rachel 157

    Lemongrass Mango Louisian Shrimp with Vermicelli Rice Noodles…I could get my shrimp fix and my hubby his Asian fix!

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  148. Leela 158

    Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes.

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  149. Anne 159

    Louisiana Seafood has some nice recipes to choose from. Their Crab Imperial, in particular, looks decadent and delicious, and I’d love to try it.

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  150. Anne 160

    I tweeted about your recipe and the Louisiana Seafood giveaway; here’s the link:
    link to twitter.com
    Thank you!

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  151. debbie 161

    I’d love to try the LEMONGRASS MANGO LOUISIANA SHRIMP WITH VERMICELLI RICE NOODLES.

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  152. debbie 162
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  153. Denise L 163

    I’d love to try the Garlic Shrimp recipe.

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  154. Denise L 164

    tweeted – link to twitter.com

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  155. Denise S 165

    I want to try the Blue Crab Louisiana Gratin.

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  156. I would like to try Grilled Louisiana Drum on the Half Shell

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  158. Theron Willis 168

    Garlic Shrimp served with a glass of white wine.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  159. Kimmy Ripley 169

    I would love to try the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes recipe.

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  160. Stephanie V. 170

    crab ceviche – love, love, LOVE
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  161. Shannon Baas 171

    I would like to try the bbq shrimp.

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  162. angie 172

    I like jumbo crab cakes.

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  163. tina reynolds 173

    I want to make the jumbo crab cakes. I love crabs

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  164. tina reynolds 174
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  165. Nick McConnaughey 175

    I would like to try the

    SPINACH SALAD WITH FRIED OYSTERS AND BACON-BLUE CHEESE VINAIGRETTE

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  166. Nick McConnaughey 176

    I’d love to try the
    Chargrilled Louisiana Oysters with Bacon-Anchovy Butter

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  167. Theresa Jenkins 177

    I’d like to try >>>Deviled Louisiana Blue Crab Cakes with Smoky Rémoulade Sauce

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  168. Theresa Jenkins 178
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  169. HilLesha 179

    I’m a vegetarian, but I know that my family would enjoy this! :)

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  170. Cynthia C 180

    I would like to try the ITALIAN SEARED GROUPER recipe.

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  171. Cynthia C 181
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  172. The seafood okra gumbo sounds delicious! Seafood is pretty much the main staple at our house that I enjoy cooking.

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  173. nickie 183

    Seafood Jambalaya would love to try first

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  174. angie 184

    I am actually a vegetarian, but I bet my mom, who LOVES seafood, would love to try the Garlic Shrimp recipe!
    link to louisianaseafood.com

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  175. angie 185

    I tweeted here: link to twitter.com

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  176. Tracie Cooper 186

    I would love to try the garlic shrimp!

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  177. Tracie Cooper 187

    I tweeted about the giveaway as @tmichellecooper on 6/26/2015

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  178. Debbi Wellenstein 188

    I would like to try Louisiana Seafood’s Garlic Shrimp.

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  179. Stephanie Galbraith 189

    I would like to try the CHARGRILLED LOUISIANA OYSTERS WITH BACON-ANCHOVY BUTTER.

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  180. Ellie Wright 190

    I would love to try the Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp with Rosemary and Stilton.

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  181. Ellie Wright 191
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  182. Daniel M 192

    Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes looks good too

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  183. Jimmy 193

    I would like to try the Italian Seared Grouper recipe.

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  184. Crystal F 194

    I think we would like to try the Crab Cake Pasta Salad recipe. Thank you!!

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  185. Tabathia B 195

    I want to try the SEAFOOD OKRA GUMBO

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  186. Tabathia B 196

    tweet link to twitter.com

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  187. Tina W 197

    I think their Shrimp and Crawfish Fettucine looks amazing!!

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  188. Tina W 198
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  189. Eileen Morrison 199

    I look forward to trying the crab gratin! Although, anything with crab is amazing!! Yum!!

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  190. joe gersch 200

    Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp with Rosemary and Stilton looks good

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  191. Joel Timmons 201

    Crawfish. Pie. Or. Blue. Crab. Yum. Wanna. Try

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  192. Lisa Voyce 202

    I would love to try the crab imperial.

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  193. joni 203

    I would love to try the COCKTAIL CRAWFISH TURNOVERS.

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  194. joni 204
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  195. Aurelie Red 205

    I would love to try the Crab cake pasta salad !

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  196. Aurelie Red 206
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  197. Kathy Pease 207

    I would love to try the Spinach Salad with Fried Oysters and Bacon-Blue Cheese Vinaigrette..That sounds yummy!

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  198. Kathy Pease 208
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  199. Erica B. 209

    Anything with crab!

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  200. Suzi Duranczyk 210

    My husband and I just love seafood. Any seafood recipe that is tasty and easy to make is always great for us because we both work so much.

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  201. Gina M 211

    I would love to make the Jumbo Lump Crabcakes!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

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  202. Gina M 212

    TWEET–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/614822355148382208

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  203. Debra Guillen 213

    I absolutely love catfish and would like to try their PAPA’S FRIED CATFISH

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  204. Debra Guillen 214
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  205. Ed 215

    My recipe of choice is Papa’s Fried Catfish.

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  206. thischickwins 216

    the Jumbo Lump Crabcakes for me. i’d like to see how they compare to Baltimore recipes I’ve tried.

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  207. Kathleen Hand 217

    I’d like to try the baked deviled crab dip

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  208. Kathleen 218

    I want to try jumbo lump crabcakes.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  209. Lisa 219

    I want to try the JUMBO LUMP CRAB CAKES

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  210. Stephanie Larison 220

    I would like to try the crab cakes, I’ve never had them before.

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  211. Stephanie Larison 221
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  212. Katherine 222

    After I try the one you featured I would try this one Jumbo Lump Crab Cake

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  213. Katherine 223
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  214. denise a 224

    crab cakes!

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  215. denise a 225

    the Crabmeat Ceviche

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  216. Richard Hicks 226

    I would like to try the Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin recipe

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  217. Richard Hicks 227
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  218. Claudia Davis 228
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  219. Claudia Davis 229

    I would like to try garlic shrimp

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  220. Brenda Elsner 230

    I want to try the Jumbo Lump crab cakes.

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  221. Bert Ruiz 231

    I would like to try the Louisiana’s Buffalo Shrimp

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  222. Bert Ruiz 232
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  223. I would like to try the Boiled Shrimp recipe on the Louisiana Seafood listings.

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  224. I publicly Tweeted this giveaway: link to twitter.com

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  225. Kari S. 235

    I have been craving tacos and their Ceviche Marinated Grilled Louisiana Shrimp tacos look awesome.

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  226. Francine Anchondo 236

    BACON-WRAPPED SHRIMP WITH ROSEMARY AND STILTON

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  227. Becky 237

    Garlic shrimp looks pretty yummy

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  228. Angela W 238

    I’d like to try the jumbo crab cake.

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  229. Angela W 239
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  230. Sarah Stern 242

    The Garlic Shrimp looks yummy

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  231. Breanne 243

    I’d like to try the Garlic Shrimp.

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  232. Peter G 244

    I want to try the Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin.

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  233. Crawfish fettucine is our fave Louisiana dish.

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  235. Birdiebee 247

    I would love to try the Crab Imperial. This looks so yummy.

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  236. Birdiebee 248
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  237. Chi Shannon 249

    Oooh that LIME-GARLIC BROILED SHRIMP recipe sounds awesome!! I LOVE shrimp

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  238. Chi Shannon 250

    Tweeted :)link to twitter.com

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  239. Buddy Garrett 251

    I would like to try the Barbecue Shrimp recipe.

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  240. M Penn 252

    Would love to try the blue crab. I have never had it before.

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  241. Hattie Brown 253

    I would try crab cakes and deviled crab

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  242. I’m a huge fan of California Rolls and I would LOVE to make some with REAL crabmeat. I’m afraid that once i try the real thing, I’ll never want that fake Krab again‼️

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  243. I just tweeted as instructed. Wish me luck.

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  244. Karen Gianni 256

    I am a freak for California Rolls. I would LOVE to make them with REAL crabmeat. I’m just afraid that once I try the REAL thing, I’ll never be able to eat anything with Krab meat in it.

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  245. Sally Tews 257

    I sure would like to make the gratin.

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  246. Jim Stanley 258

    I would like to see an easy recipe for great muffaletta bread. I live in San Diego and the one place I know for a good sandwich uses frozen bread they flabbergasted in from New Orleans. I want to make a muffaletta at home on fresh baked bread. Thank you in advance.

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  247. would love to make Louisiana Blue Crab Gratin..it looks so good…. sharing on facebook.

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