Wrap your hands around this sandwich
If you're looking for something a little different for Sunday dinner, this is your chance. This version of a traditional Louisiana po' boy sandwich might have you dancing in the streets -- or at least in the dining room!
This is the time of year when we tuck ourselves indoors more than usual, so here is a nice opportunity to get out for a bit -- at least to cook. Before the cold, wet and snowy weather hits hard, give your grill one last chance to create a fun and slightly different twist to a traditional sandwich. This version of a Louisiana po' boy sandwich sneaks in grilled shrimp as its main ingredient. Get ready to use both hands on this slightly spicy sandwich -- it's a little messy but well worth it!
Shrimp po' boy sandwiches
Shrimp sandwich recipe courtesy of Eating Well
Serves 4 people
Sunday family time idea
Incorporate a music lesson into Sunday dinner
Music with your meal is always nice! Do a little research and set up some music from Louisiana-based artists to go along with your meal. You and your family may or may not be familiar with some of the musicians, but you might really enjoy what you're hearing! Give the different types of music a fair play. When you find something you like, download a tune or two. What a great way to open yourself up to a new musical experience!
Some artists to consider:
This Sunday dinner recipe will feed your hunger, and the music will have you up and dancing -- it might make clean-up more fun, too!
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