• Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana Southern USA holiday fun, food & culture

    Discover what Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana’s Other Side, has to offer. Festivals, casinos, museums, alligators, fun, culture and flavorful food

    published: 02 Oct 2015
  • Flying to Louisiana WK (272.3) | Bratayley

    Today we fly to Louisiana to visit our dad's side of the family. Order your official Bratayley backpack and lunchbox now! http://bit.ly/Bratmerch Bratayley "Baked Potato" shirts are finally here! http://www.rodeoarcade.com/collections/bratayley Subscribe! Its free, ya know! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bratayley Most of you may know that Annie is a gymnast. You should definitely check her channel out if you didn't know http://www.youtube.com/acroanna See Hayley's new channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXv4jJtbY_3w9Ppd_WYn1yA Our Official Links: http://www.bratayley.com See our pictures on Instagram @officiallybratayley @iamabakedpotato @presshandstands http://instagram.com/officiallybratayley http://instagram.com/iamabakedpotato http://instagram.co...

    published: 20 Mar 2016
  • Louisiana Holidays

    In Louisiana, people celebrate more than just Mardi Gras. When it comes to Halloween, Christmas, and July 4th, there's no place like it.

    published: 07 Jul 2016
  • how to catch crabs and eat crabs in the holiday

    Being on holiday is the perfect time to indulge in pointless activities. In the case of Walberswick, this means catching crabs Every summer, people from near and far flock to Maryland's coast to get their fill of blue crabs. Here now, Eater DC contributor Jamie Liu breaks down the how's and where's of crab season. Summers in Maryland aren’t summer without crabs. And not just any crabs: We’re talking about the delicate, sweet blue crab bounty of the Chesapeake Bay, whose Latin name Callinectes sapidus means "beautiful swimmer." There are few things that get Marylanders more excited than tearing into a bushel of red-shelled beauties encrusted with crab seasoning, or enjoying the delicacy of a fried soft shell, accompanied by an ice cold Natty Boh. Marylanders prepare hard shells and oth...

    published: 31 Oct 2015
  • New Orleans, Louisiana Holiday: Live Entertainment, History and Authentic Louisiana Cuisine

    New Orleans, Louisiana is an incredible city for those who love live music, excellent dining and cocktails, culture and something unique.

    published: 06 Oct 2015
  • Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Christmas

    Find great Christmas events, parades and holiday markets in Southwest Louisiana! It even snows annually in Sulphur, LA at the Christmas Under the Oaks/Holiday House! Come during the holiday season and expect to have fun while you shop until you drop at Mistletoe and Moss Holiday Market, or soak up the arts with a holiday concert by the Lake Charles Symphony or a stirring ballet by the Lake Charles Civic Ballet and other performances from local theatre companies. http://www.visitlakecharles.org/events-festivals/cajun-christmas/ Events can be found in Lake Charles, Sulphur, Westlake, Dequincy, Vinton, and Iowa. SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: https://twitter.com/lakecharlescvb/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LakeCharlesCVB/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/visitlakecharles/ Blog: http://ww...

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • Paradise Louisiana 690

    On this week's episode we take a quick trip to Raceland for a Lake Boeuf, late fall fishing trip with the Crappie Psychic... and since it's Christmas, we decided to celebrate the holidays by looking back at some of our trips though the year 2015... and also some of the outtakes!

    published: 22 Dec 2015
  • Louisiana Clean Fuels Holiday Video

    Thank you to all of the Louisiana Clean Fuels 2015 stakeholders and members!

    published: 22 Dec 2015
  • The Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights

    Join the chorus and get in the holiday spirit as eight of Louisiana's most festive cities have decked the halls just for you and your family. Brilliant lights, great food, awesome music, festivals and parades await your family along the Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights. The trail spans across I-20 and down I-49, incorporating the cities of Alexandria-Pineville, Minden, Monroe-West Monroe, Natchitoches and Shreveport-Bossier. The Holiday Trail of Lights has been delivering incredible holiday experiences for more than two decades. As a result it brings positive economic impact to the regions. The cities along the trail are all within driving distance of one another, making the tour a convenient hour-long trip from any one city to its neighboring city. Plan your next holiday getaway at www....

    published: 01 Aug 2013
  • Natchitoches Louisiana Christmas Lights 2015

    DJI Phantom 3 Standard over the Cane River on 12/6/2015

    published: 07 Dec 2015
  • Holidays in Louisiana

    Holiday thing at a mall in Louisiana

    published: 03 Dec 2013
  • A Christmas Cajun - Louisiana Christmas Song (HD)

    Santa dedicates this to the many different cultural traditions of Christmas. Elf lollipop Leroux lived in southern Louisiana while helping Elf Cottoncandy Clotille open Arcadian Christmas Radio Station, 92.3 ELF Radio - Where Christmas Lives in Cajun Country! She has sister elves living there too and other family members. Santa and she wish everyone a Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas. (This is part of a series of videos that inform children about Christmas traditions and cultural differences in the way this holiday is celebrated around the world.) No copy infraction intended on my videos. Thanks for watching! Cajun Traditions: The Christmas season is doubly blessed in Acadiana. The Cajun population of south Louisiana is predominantly Catholic and the birth of Christ is a sacred reason for ...

    published: 21 Aug 2011
  • Holiday Fried Pecans - Sweet & Salty Louisiana Pecans

    https://www.thegrommet.com/holiday-fried-pecans These flash fried Louisiana Pecans, discovered by The Grommet, are the perfect sweet snack or topping for salads, sweet potatoes, desserts and more.

    published: 26 Jun 2015
  • Louisiana Memorial Day Holiday Weekend Highway Crackdown

    Louisiana law enforcement will be out in force during the Memorial Day holiday weekend to crackdown on speeders, impaired driving and seat belt usage. Louisiana Highway Safety Commission is paying overtime to officers during the crackdown.

    published: 25 May 2011
  • Pork Loin with Sherried Apples and Cranberries on the Louisiana Pellet Grill

    This is one of our "Count Down To The Holidays" recipes. We always do traditional holiday recipes, but this time we wanted something a little different and still festive. The pork was juicy and tender with a cranberry apple glaze to add to the layers of flavors. Patti made enough apple cranberry stuffing to have as a dessert, too. The sides tonight were Creamed Onions and Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes. We will post those recipes soon.

    published: 19 Nov 2013
  • Chicken, Sausage & Seafood Gumbo for the Holidays (Cooking with Carolyn)

    GUMBO RECIPE LINK: http://bit.ly/1wKVWCP If you have questions about this recipe WATCH ONE OF MY RECENT VIDEOS and you may get the answer: http://youtu.be/Mwkch8UKSnU

    published: 21 Dec 2010
Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana Southern USA holiday fun, food & culture

Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana Southern USA holiday fun, food & culture

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  • Updated: 02 Oct 2015
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Discover what Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana’s Other Side, has to offer. Festivals, casinos, museums, alligators, fun, culture and flavorful food
https://wn.com/Shreveport_Bossier,_Louisiana_Southern_USA_Holiday_Fun,_Food_Culture
Flying to Louisiana WK (272.3) | Bratayley

Flying to Louisiana WK (272.3) | Bratayley

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  • Updated: 20 Mar 2016
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Today we fly to Louisiana to visit our dad's side of the family. Order your official Bratayley backpack and lunchbox now! http://bit.ly/Bratmerch Bratayley "Baked Potato" shirts are finally here! http://www.rodeoarcade.com/collections/bratayley Subscribe! Its free, ya know! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bratayley Most of you may know that Annie is a gymnast. You should definitely check her channel out if you didn't know http://www.youtube.com/acroanna See Hayley's new channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXv4jJtbY_3w9Ppd_WYn1yA Our Official Links: http://www.bratayley.com See our pictures on Instagram @officiallybratayley @iamabakedpotato @presshandstands http://instagram.com/officiallybratayley http://instagram.com/iamabakedpotato http://instagram.com/presshandstands Follow us on Twitter @Bratayley http://www.twitter.com/bratayley Be our friend on FaceBook http://www.facebook.com/bratayley Our Playlists: Shout-Out Videos http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL00C095DD16FCBA3A BKB http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL76A95C72B8BB899F Messiest Vids http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL91F5CF7A75D9309E Dayley Bratayley http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7C2074349061BF57 Annie's Gymnastics http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLrdYL-9Z_-aVmBORIhUZTFu0whWLL7e4 Music Epidemic Sound Player https://player.epidemicsound.com Goodbye to Spring Josh Woodward http://www.joshwoodward.com Disclaimer: This video features gymnast doing gymnastics under the supervision of adults. Do not try this at home.
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Louisiana Holidays

Louisiana Holidays

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2016
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In Louisiana, people celebrate more than just Mardi Gras. When it comes to Halloween, Christmas, and July 4th, there's no place like it.
https://wn.com/Louisiana_Holidays
how to catch crabs and eat crabs in the holiday

how to catch crabs and eat crabs in the holiday

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  • Updated: 31 Oct 2015
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Being on holiday is the perfect time to indulge in pointless activities. In the case of Walberswick, this means catching crabs Every summer, people from near and far flock to Maryland's coast to get their fill of blue crabs. Here now, Eater DC contributor Jamie Liu breaks down the how's and where's of crab season. Summers in Maryland aren’t summer without crabs. And not just any crabs: We’re talking about the delicate, sweet blue crab bounty of the Chesapeake Bay, whose Latin name Callinectes sapidus means "beautiful swimmer." There are few things that get Marylanders more excited than tearing into a bushel of red-shelled beauties encrusted with crab seasoning, or enjoying the delicacy of a fried soft shell, accompanied by an ice cold Natty Boh. Marylanders prepare hard shells and other seafood by steaming them, rather than the boiling that is common along the rest of the East Coast and Louisiana. Marylanders will tell you that boiling makes the crabmeat wet, rather than just moist. (Boiling proponents argue that steaming pushes the internal temperature too high and dries out the flesh.) But oddly enough, Marylanders complain that the seasoned boiling water makes the crab taste too evenly seasoned — they prefer the variety in heat and seasoning that comes from tasting the spice that rubs on to the crabmeat from their fingers. As a result, in Maryland, steamed is usually the only option on offer. WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT MARYLAND CRABS? Blue crabs can be found in waters as far north as Nova Scotia and as far south as Uruguay, but the crustacean's strongest association has always been with Maryland. According to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, approximately 50 percent of the country’s blue crab harvest comes from Maryland waters. And they are an essential part of the region’s culinary heritage. "Blue crab is part of the holy trinity of Maryland seafood, made up of oysters, rockfish, and blue crab," says chef Spike Gjerde of Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen. Gjerde is the first Baltimore chef to win the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic, and was raised in Baltimore. He knows his crabs: "Blue crab is really unlike any other crab in the world, thanks to the growing conditions, and the type of estuary we have here," he says. "They are superior to any other crab in my opinion." The lazy might prefer larger Dungeness crabs from the West Coast, which are much larger and easier to eat. Many restaurants use cheaper pasteurized crab from Asia for their dishes. But not all crabs are made equal. Gjerde notes that other species of crab lack the depth of flavor and delicate texture of blue crabs. "The seasons have a lot to do with it," he says. "The season typically starts around [April] and lasts until the cold weather comes around in November. The seasonality has certainly affected our appreciation for blue crab over the years, and it is why it holds the place that it does in the Chesapeake way of life." From a scientific perspective, the need for hibernation is the main reason Maryland crabs taste better than other types of crab — and also tastes better than blue crabs from other waters, according to Steve Vilnit of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Services. He explains that just like other creatures that hibernate, crabs need to build up fat stores to sustain them through the dormant period. "This gives our crabs a buttery flavor that you won’t find anywhere else," Vilnit says. "To someone that knows what they are looking for, it is possible to tell by eye which ones are from Maryland, but most likely it will be by taste." So how does one look at a crab and know if it’s from Maryland? One of the ways is the color of the fat, often called mustard by locals, which is a darker shade of yellow, according to captain Frank Updike Sr. of Natural Light Charters, who leads chartered crabbing and fishing trips with his son Frank Jr. The easiest ways to ensure you’re getting Maryland crabs are first to ask, and second to visit restaurants that are True Blue-certified by the state of Maryland. The certification verifies through the restaurant’s receipts that at least 75 percent of the crabs or crabmeat used during the year came from Maryland. But as Updike says, "Yes, Maryland crabs do taste better. But even if a blue crab isn’t from Maryland, it’s still going to taste pretty good." See more: https://www.facebook.com/24honline-Fanpage-155228648255484/
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New Orleans, Louisiana Holiday: Live Entertainment, History and Authentic Louisiana Cuisine

New Orleans, Louisiana Holiday: Live Entertainment, History and Authentic Louisiana Cuisine

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  • Updated: 06 Oct 2015
  • views: 327
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New Orleans, Louisiana is an incredible city for those who love live music, excellent dining and cocktails, culture and something unique.
https://wn.com/New_Orleans,_Louisiana_Holiday_Live_Entertainment,_History_And_Authentic_Louisiana_Cuisine
Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Christmas

Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Christmas

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  • Updated: 29 Oct 2014
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Find great Christmas events, parades and holiday markets in Southwest Louisiana! It even snows annually in Sulphur, LA at the Christmas Under the Oaks/Holiday House! Come during the holiday season and expect to have fun while you shop until you drop at Mistletoe and Moss Holiday Market, or soak up the arts with a holiday concert by the Lake Charles Symphony or a stirring ballet by the Lake Charles Civic Ballet and other performances from local theatre companies. http://www.visitlakecharles.org/events-festivals/cajun-christmas/ Events can be found in Lake Charles, Sulphur, Westlake, Dequincy, Vinton, and Iowa. SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: https://twitter.com/lakecharlescvb/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LakeCharlesCVB/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/visitlakecharles/ Blog: http://www.visitlakecharles.org/blog/
https://wn.com/Lake_Charles_Southwest_Louisiana_Christmas
Paradise Louisiana 690

Paradise Louisiana 690

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2015
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On this week's episode we take a quick trip to Raceland for a Lake Boeuf, late fall fishing trip with the Crappie Psychic... and since it's Christmas, we decided to celebrate the holidays by looking back at some of our trips though the year 2015... and also some of the outtakes!
https://wn.com/Paradise_Louisiana_690
Louisiana Clean Fuels Holiday Video

Louisiana Clean Fuels Holiday Video

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2015
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Thank you to all of the Louisiana Clean Fuels 2015 stakeholders and members!
https://wn.com/Louisiana_Clean_Fuels_Holiday_Video
The Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights

The Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights

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  • Updated: 01 Aug 2013
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Join the chorus and get in the holiday spirit as eight of Louisiana's most festive cities have decked the halls just for you and your family. Brilliant lights, great food, awesome music, festivals and parades await your family along the Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights. The trail spans across I-20 and down I-49, incorporating the cities of Alexandria-Pineville, Minden, Monroe-West Monroe, Natchitoches and Shreveport-Bossier. The Holiday Trail of Lights has been delivering incredible holiday experiences for more than two decades. As a result it brings positive economic impact to the regions. The cities along the trail are all within driving distance of one another, making the tour a convenient hour-long trip from any one city to its neighboring city. Plan your next holiday getaway at www.holidaytrailoflights.com.
https://wn.com/The_Louisiana_Holiday_Trail_Of_Lights
Natchitoches Louisiana Christmas Lights 2015

Natchitoches Louisiana Christmas Lights 2015

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2015
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Holidays in Louisiana

Holidays in Louisiana

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Holiday thing at a mall in Louisiana
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A Christmas Cajun - Louisiana Christmas Song (HD)

A Christmas Cajun - Louisiana Christmas Song (HD)

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  • Updated: 21 Aug 2011
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Santa dedicates this to the many different cultural traditions of Christmas. Elf lollipop Leroux lived in southern Louisiana while helping Elf Cottoncandy Clotille open Arcadian Christmas Radio Station, 92.3 ELF Radio - Where Christmas Lives in Cajun Country! She has sister elves living there too and other family members. Santa and she wish everyone a Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas. (This is part of a series of videos that inform children about Christmas traditions and cultural differences in the way this holiday is celebrated around the world.) No copy infraction intended on my videos. Thanks for watching! Cajun Traditions: The Christmas season is doubly blessed in Acadiana. The Cajun population of south Louisiana is predominantly Catholic and the birth of Christ is a sacred reason for them to celebrate. Also, Cajuns as a rule simply love to socialize, so their Christmas holidays often abound with visits, parties, parades, food, spirited drinks, gifts, decorated homes, and community festival of light celebrations. They try to give Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer a little help to find his way on Christmas Eve with their traditional bonfires. Some of the most well known are one hundred 30 feet plus tall bonfire structures, built of wood, firecrackers, and occasionally bamboo along the Mississippi River levee. People come together and usually start building during the Thanksgiving break from school. Christmas Eve if it's not a "Cajun Snowstorm" is enjoyed with a bonfire, pot of gumbo, fireworks, and a lawn-chair. All are welcome to join the merriment. It is explained, they were originally built long ago before the Levee's were built, to help friends of the family find the inlets or slips coming off the river to the homes of those they wanted to visit on Christmas Eve. It was also a good way to encourage the children to help keep the inlet clear of the continuous build-up of washed up debris and driftwood. Around the world Santa Claus has many names; but in the deep, swampy bayous of Louisiana, he's known as Papa Noël. In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa Noël rides the water ways in a boat that's pulled by eight alligators, with a snowy white one named Nicollette in the lead. When the bonfires are down to embers, thousands of people will break away for midnight Mass; many Cajun families continue their tradition of attending midnight mass services together on Christmas Eve. The beautifully decorated church sanctuaries, wonderful music of the season, and timeless story of the nativity are spiritually rewarding to the late-night devotees. Some older Creoles recall "breakfast dances" which were held in some of the clubs after midnight mass until sunrise. Several Louisiana towns have festivities described as "festivals of light" during the Christmas season. These Yuletide celebrations with brilliant lighting displays become a nightly showcase in December. They can include live entertainment, food fair, arts and crafts show, story-telling, dramatic presentations and spectacular fireworks shows. One of the most well known is in Natchitoches. .•:*¨Joyeuses Fêtes¨*:•. .•:*¨Happy Holidays¨*:•.
https://wn.com/A_Christmas_Cajun_Louisiana_Christmas_Song_(Hd)
Holiday Fried Pecans - Sweet & Salty Louisiana Pecans

Holiday Fried Pecans - Sweet & Salty Louisiana Pecans

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2015
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https://www.thegrommet.com/holiday-fried-pecans These flash fried Louisiana Pecans, discovered by The Grommet, are the perfect sweet snack or topping for salads, sweet potatoes, desserts and more.
https://wn.com/Holiday_Fried_Pecans_Sweet_Salty_Louisiana_Pecans
Louisiana Memorial Day Holiday Weekend Highway Crackdown

Louisiana Memorial Day Holiday Weekend Highway Crackdown

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  • Updated: 25 May 2011
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Louisiana law enforcement will be out in force during the Memorial Day holiday weekend to crackdown on speeders, impaired driving and seat belt usage. Louisiana Highway Safety Commission is paying overtime to officers during the crackdown.
https://wn.com/Louisiana_Memorial_Day_Holiday_Weekend_Highway_Crackdown
Pork Loin with Sherried Apples and Cranberries  on the Louisiana Pellet Grill

Pork Loin with Sherried Apples and Cranberries on the Louisiana Pellet Grill

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  • Updated: 19 Nov 2013
  • views: 355
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This is one of our "Count Down To The Holidays" recipes. We always do traditional holiday recipes, but this time we wanted something a little different and still festive. The pork was juicy and tender with a cranberry apple glaze to add to the layers of flavors. Patti made enough apple cranberry stuffing to have as a dessert, too. The sides tonight were Creamed Onions and Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes. We will post those recipes soon.
https://wn.com/Pork_Loin_With_Sherried_Apples_And_Cranberries_On_The_Louisiana_Pellet_Grill
Chicken, Sausage & Seafood Gumbo for the Holidays (Cooking with Carolyn)

Chicken, Sausage & Seafood Gumbo for the Holidays (Cooking with Carolyn)

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  • Updated: 21 Dec 2010
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GUMBO RECIPE LINK: http://bit.ly/1wKVWCP If you have questions about this recipe WATCH ONE OF MY RECENT VIDEOS and you may get the answer: http://youtu.be/Mwkch8UKSnU
https://wn.com/Chicken,_Sausage_Seafood_Gumbo_For_The_Holidays_(Cooking_With_Carolyn)