Yum yum yuuuuuuummmmmmm!!!! And those azaleas are gorgeous.
I'll eat 'em if someone else peels 'em. Sorry. The Louisiana just hasn't rubbed off on me.
Laurie, when I went to Flikr, I got all my instructions in French. How la de da of you : Fil – S'abonner à des photos de l'album "Easter 2008" As for the photos, some of the loveliest and scariest I've ever seen cheek to jowl---those bags of whatever they were, those kettles: I'll be screaming tonight. I hope it's in French.
I sure miss those azaleas! What a time-machine photo. Looks like you and the family had a fun weekend!
By the way, would your family adopt me?
Gah, ya killin me! I just took Clint to a "cajun" restaurant in Chicago on Sunday, lamenting through the meal "I have to meet a louisiana family that can put some crawdads out on the picnic table!"... I want to do HOMESTYLE cajun...And then I read this blog.I need dates and addresses, and I will crash one of your family parties. I swear, I'll bring gifts! Just someone teach me how to suck a crawfish head! Hellpppppppppppppp!
wow, crawfish! How many pounds was that?
Just - The crawfish were delicious and the azaleas were indeed gorgeous. :)Jen - Poor, Jen.Lorna - Hahahaha!!George - Consider yourself adopted. Pull up a lawn chair.Gnight Girl - Synchronicity. Catch a ride with George on your way through Fort Worth on the way to Beaumont. :)Susan - Hmmmm...several hundred for sure.
Ok, being up north, I would probably need to be REALLY drunk to try one of those.Of course I say the same thing about shrimp, crab and other foods.
Alyson - It was!Grimm - Oh, I LOVE seafood!
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