If I mention Avery Island, I'm sure most of you know that's where they make the legendary Tabasco Sauce. Eula Mae Dore and her husband managed the Commissary for The McIlhenny Company who manufactures the elixer. The recipes are presented by season, and each one is accompanied by Eula Mae's complete instructions and many have some great anecdotes about Eula Mae's family and Cajun cooking. My brother-in-law has a Cajun background and loves to cook. We made the Shrimp Creole and he pronounced it a winner. If you weren't hungry when you started to read this book, you will be soon.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our October, 2007 issue.
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