As an adventurous eater, I was always so incredibly excited by food, even as a kid. The first time I ate lobster, I was 12 years old. My brothers were eating nuggets, and I, feeling brave, ordered a lobster tail. My parents laughed, thinking I wouldn't eat it. But 20 minutes later, my face dripping with butter, they watched as I polished off the entire lobster tail, leaving nothing but shells on my plate.Read Full Story
There's nothing quite like Cajun cuisine. It's so incredibly flavorful, with just the right amount of spice and sweetness. When I'm feeling drab, sad or blue, I always add some Cajun spice to whatever I'm eating for a quick zest and mood boost. That's why these blackened fish recipes are almost always on the menu. They're easy, full of flavor and take me back to New Orleans with each and every bite.Read Full Story
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