The Louisiana Seafood Bible

Author: Jerald Horst
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company
ISBN: 1589807693
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This compendium of crawfish information offers biological facts and scores of home-style recipes. The Louisiana seafood industry--past and present--is discussed and a fascinating essay about a day in the life of a crawfisher is included. Jerald Horst has worked in the seafood industry and he and his wife have collected and tested crawfish recipes for decades. From the birth of the crawfish industry in the 1800s to present-day obstacles to commercial fishing, this encyclopedic cookbook provides an abundance of history as well as recipes, health information, and Louisiana culture. Highlights include the mudbug's popularity explosion in the 1950s, an illustrated guide to peeling the crustacean, and "Four Star" recipes for Crawfish Omelets and Delta Crispy Crawcakes.

Louisiana Seafood Bible The

Author: Jerald Horst
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781455616923
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This compendium of fish information offers biological facts and scores of home-style recipes. The Louisiana seafood industry--past and present--is discussed and a fascinating interview with the father of coastal Louisiana's most modern finfishery is included. Jerald Horst has worked in the seafood industry and he and his wife have collected and tested fish recipes for decades.

Louisiana Seafood Bible The Oysters

Author: Jerald Horst
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 1589809696
File Size: 57,10 MB
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A cookbook for today's oyster renaissance. Whether it's the straightforward simplicity of a casserole, the velvety smoothness of a soup, or the explosiveness of a certain po-boy, oysters enrich a variety of dishes. This fourth volume of the Louisiana Seafood Bible provides more than 75 of the best oyster recipes in the state. Also included are interviews, shucking techniques, and a history of the Croatian immigrants whose lives and culture are intertwined with the oyster business.

The Louisiana Seafood Bible

Author: Horst, Jerald
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781455607846
File Size: 71,25 MB
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Louisiana Women

Author: Janet Allured
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820342696
File Size: 55,78 MB
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Highlights the significant historical contributions of some of Louisiana's most noteworthy and also overlooked women from the eighteenth century to the present. This volume underscores the cultural, social, and political distinctiveness of the state and showcases how these women affected its history.

The Other Side Of Suffering

Author: Katie E. Cherry
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0190849738
File Size: 38,64 MB
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In this work, the author addresses a perennial question: how does someone recover from a catastrophic disaster or other personal tragedy? The answer, she suggests, may come from coastal residents who survived the 2005 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. These survivors endured a long and painful journey after losing homes and communities in these deadly storms, and their experiences provide an authentic and relatable example for other people who must overcome a life changing tragedy. The Other Side of Suffering is based on behavioral research conducted by the author in the years after the hurricanes. In her research, Katie Cherry logged thousands of miles crisscrossing the Louisiana coastline and spoke with over 190 current and former coastal residents with catastrophic losses after Katrina. The author begins with an overview of the human impact of these disasters, and then focuses on the community impact on two coastal parishes in southern Louisiana. The incorporation of the personal journal entries of a Katrina survivor provides an intimate glimpse into the long days and months that over a million displaced Gulf Coast residences experienced. From this research, the author identifies six evidence-based principles of healing: faith and humor, respect and gratitude, and acceptance and silver linings. Colorful illustrations and direct quotes from the respondents bring these principles to life. Along with a path to healing, the book also discusses grief and the new normal after a disaster, as well as obstacles that may thwart the healing process. Ultimately, the work emphasizes the importance of recovering daily routines and observances as life goes on after disaster.

The Fisherman S Tackle Box Bible

Author: Davis, Frank
Editor: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9781455604302
File Size: 26,40 MB
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Davis shows readers the best fishing spots in South Louisiana and along the Gulf of Mexico.

Classic Eateries Of Cajun Country

Author: Dixie Poche
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625853459
File Size: 15,68 MB
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Cajun Country establishments offer a delectable variety of table fare for tourists and residents alike. The region's first restaurants, cafés and bakeries emerged in the 1880s. Stores like T-Jim's and Teet's Food supplied locals with boudin. Café Vermilionville served patrons crawfish beignets. And faithful Bellina's Grocery shoppers looked forward to placing ham orders for red beans and rice on Mondays. Join author Dixie Poché as she shares the stories and recipes behind French Louisiana's pioneering eateries and those still making culinary history today.

The Southern Slow Cooker Bible

Author: Tammy Algood
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 140160501X
File Size: 29,39 MB
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Some days just call for the comforting flavors of the South. And while those days are often the busiest, your slow cooker is ready to do nearly all the work for you! Tammy Algood’s The Southern Slow Cooker Bible serves up 365 recipes, covering a year’s worth of dishes that let you effortlessly pair the flavors of the South with the convenience of slow cooking. Algood covers all the favorites—from whole chapters devoted to Southern mainstays such as grits, macaroni and cheese, stuffed peppers, and pulled pork, you’ll find yourself returning to this collection over and over again. Learn what every good Southern cook knows—that the proper cooking technique can yield positively succulent results for just about any cut of meat. Algood’s Barbecued Roast Beef Sandwiches are evidence enough of that. Discover desserts that will have you sharing the recipe with anyone lucky enough to try the mouthwatering Is It Done Yet Peach Cobbler. Have a crowd to feed for breakfast? Be sure to include Late Brunch Hash Brown Casserole on the Menu... the Maple Sausage and Cheese Strata too! Keep going, and your oven will be jealous! This collection shows you how easy it can be to savor the flavors of those classic Southern recipes your whole family has long adored. Discover new ways to do Chicken and Dumplings or Squash Casserole, and enjoy the extra time you gain by making Andouille Sausage Gumbo the easy way. If you’re looking for a moist and delicious dessert with a kick of Southern charm, the Sorghum Spiced Spoon Cake is the perfect pick. Need a knockout side dish to round out your next cookout? What could possibly be more Southern than Macaroni and Pimiento Cheese? No matter where you start, The Southern Slow Cooker Bible will keep you eager to work your way through the entire mouthwatering collection.

Louisiana Conservationist

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Sudanese Refugees In The United States

Author: Martha Donkor
Editor: Edwin Mellen Press
ISBN:
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Oysters vary in taste and quality more than any other Louisiana seafood and that's why knowing how to choose the best oysters is so important. Fisheries expert Jerald Horst and his wife Glenda, who grew up cooking in a commercial fishing family, carefully guide readers along the path to successful meals, beginning with a comprehensive review of oyster biology and the oyster industry. From inspecting shells and water quality to checking the appropriate weight and tags, this oyster encyclopedia includes detailed information no seafood lover could resist. Photographs accompany invaluable instructions on shucking and freezing the delicacy without damaging its sensitive soft tissue. Somewhere between choosing ingredients and understanding the oyster life cycle comes the best part-more than seventy-five delectable recipes have been added to this collection, including Drago's Charbroiled Oysters, Angels on Horseback, and Dudley's Deadly Fried Ones, all of which prove well-worth the shucking time. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Jerald Horst is a retired fisheries expert who taught fisheries science at Louisiana State University for more than thirty years. He is a member of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society and frequently writes for Louisiana Sportsman magazine. He is the coauthor of Angler's Guide to Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico, available from Pelican. Glenda Horst was born and raised on Bayou Sorrell, Louisiana, a small commercial-fishing community on the edge of the Atchafalaya Basin. The daughter of a commercial fisherman, she learned the basics of Cajun cooking from her mother. The Horsts also coauthored three other volumes of The Louisiana Seafood Bible Series, covering shrimp, crawfish, and crabs. They have repeatedly appeared on Good Morning New Orleans, The Food Show with Tom Fitzmorris, and Outdoors with Don Dubuc. The Horsts live in Franklinton, Louisiana.

Game Warden

Author: Jerald Horst
Editor: LSU Press
ISBN: 0807137049
File Size: 16,98 MB
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Of all law enforcement officers, game wardens inspire the most awe in the mind of the public. Working day and night, often in challenging terrain and bad weather, game wardens typically operate alone in remote areas and must understand the natural rhythms and cycles of the creatures and ecosystems they protect, all while encountering and sometimes interacting with people who are usually armed. Outdoors writer Jerald Horst spent one year riding on patrol with game wardens in the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. In riveting episodes, he chronicles their adventures, providing an up-close view of this demanding job and the band of men who take it on. From the piney woods of the northwestern part of the state to the soggy Mississippi River delta and beyond to the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Horst accompanied dozens of wildlife agents, observing them, asking questions, sometimes sitting for hours with no action, and occasionally fearing for his life, as in the case of one speedboat chase. His candid observations show that the work of agents is often mentally and physically challenging, sometimes tedious, and -- more often than would be expected -- humorous, but never dull. Whether wardens are conducting routine checks of law-abiding sportsmen or in pursuit of suspected poachers, the unanticipated is the norm. A seemingly ordinary stop can turn deadly in an instant. As one officer told Horst "complacency can get you killed." More than a job, serving as a game warden is a way of life, and Horst relates how the agents he met came to their calling. An objective look at a heroic career, Game Warden offers an enthralling portrait of both the profession and the men behind the badge.

The Vegetable Bible

Author: Christian Teubner
Editor: Avery
ISBN:
File Size: 22,69 MB
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A guide to vegetables includes a directory of common and exotic vegetables, a guide to cooking techniques, and recipes for a wide variety of vegetarian dishes

The Frank Davis Seafood Notebook

Author: Davis, Frank
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781455604562
File Size: 60,31 MB
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Subject Catalog

Author: Library of Congress
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File Size: 80,74 MB
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Louisiana Wildlife Agents

Author: Jerald Horst
Editor: LSU Press
ISBN: 0807139998
File Size: 71,17 MB
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Wildlife agents prepare themselves for anything. In the blink of an eye, a routine arrest for hunting rabbits at night -- a crime that carries only a nominal fine -- can turn into a manhunt, with an officer's life suddenly at risk. In Louisiana Wildlife Agents, officers tell of the unimaginable dangers lurking in their supposedly mundane tasks as they police Louisiana's bayous and backroads. The sequel to Game Warden: On Patrol in Louisiana, this book allows wardens to share their stories detailing the perils and pleasures of life behind the wildlife badge. Jerald Horst has compiled dozens of vivid anecdotes, including, among others, accounts of the grueling training academy for wildlife agents and the real dangers in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, all told in the officers' voices. Agents' spouses also share their perspectives on the work of a wildlife guardian. Thrilling and amusing, at times heart-wrenching, but always life-affirming, the stories of Louisiana Wildlife Agents will instill in readers a new respect and appreciation for this challenging profession.

Library Of Congress Catalogs

Author: Library of Congress
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The New Soup Bible

Author: Anne Sheasby
Editor: Southwater Pub
ISBN: 9781780192239
File Size: 20,45 MB
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A tempting collection of delicious soups, broths, chowders, bisques, consommes and gumbos, superbly illustrated with over 730 step-by-step photographs. Features dishes from all over the world, including Hungarian Cherry Soup, Moroccan Harira, Louisiana Seafood Gumbo and Thai Fish Broth.