What's Your Favorite Seafood Recipe?

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Like my husband, I love seafood that is why I always try to find ways to learn new seafood recipes every now and then. A couple of hours ago, while searching the net for a new seafood recipe, I stumbled upon www.GreatAmericanSeafoodCookOff.com, a site that showcases chefs and domestic, sustainable seafood recipes. It was like stumbling upon a treasure chest, I could learn a lot from what is shared by chefs in this site. At present there is an on going contest in the site, the 2008 Great American Seafood Cook-off. The top five finalists' dishes in this cook off are presented and I admit that the five dishes are really mouth-watering. But the one I really like among the five dishes is from the state of Louisiana, Chef Brian Landry's Louisiana Shrimp and Andouille Cassoulet. I could imagine how it would taste by just looking at the image of the food and reading the recipe. Another thing that makes it stand out among the five is that we seldom see shrimp and sausage mixed in one dish but here in this seafood dish we are presented with the unlikely combination that is really appealing, making me wish to taste it also. I know that I would find it hard to find Louisiana Shrimp in my place but shrimp is shrimp, so if I would cook something like this I could just substitute the Louisiana Shrimp with the kind of shrimp that is found in my place. I could also use another kind of sausage. Cooking is an art, it involves imagination. If a person has enough imagination he or she could be a great cook or chef.

I know that we have different preferences. Why not visit www.GreatAmericanSeafoodCookOff.com and choose and vote for the dish that appeals to you. Voting could win you a trip to New Orleans.

Having domestic seafood always on our tables is really great for mommies like me. Seafood should always have fresh ingredients and making use of domestic ingredients ensures freshness. Aside from this, nothing really tastse better than what is in our own place.







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