"The straightest road to a man's heart is through his palate."
~ Fanny Fern (1853)
Mind Caviar, Vol. 2 Anniversary Issue, 2001
Caviar loves nothing better than "Food, Sex, Literature and Art". If you
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by Alfred Richard
Here in the "Big Easy", Mardi Gras 2001 is rapidly becoming a fading memory, except for the few lonesome strands of beads hanging in the trees... and those pictures coming back from the developers (Yipes! Liquid Latex flashback! Can you picture me decorated as a living Jackson Pollock painting?)
Anyhoo... The Mardi Gras season is supposed to mean a "farewell to the flesh." Not for us who populate Mind Caviar, thank goodness!!! But, we here in New Orleans are supposed to "sacrifice" and giving up meat is one of the methods of sacrificing. Also, here in New Orleans, for us, seafood doesn't mean "Mrs. Paul's" or the "Gorton Fisherman". So to tempt your taste buds, here are a few yummy treats from the sea that may make you think twice about calling abstinence from eating meat "sacrificing".
Spicy Crawfish Cakes
Appetizer Serves Four
1 Pound of Louisiana Crawfish
Coarsley chop half of the crawfish tails, leave the other half in tact.
Sundried Tomato-Crusted Redfish
Main Course Serves Four
4 Filets of Fresh Redfish
++ If Redfish is not available, catfish, tilapia or trout will suffice
In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients, but the olive oil.
Creme de la Creme
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