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After the party is over, the noise has ceased,
the last verse of Auld Lang Syne sung and the guests have embraced
and wished success for years to come, it is time to serve
them a bowl of thick gumbo made with leftover turkey saved
dinner on Christmas day and part of this wonderful smoked
Sausage received as a gift. The red or base sauce is
not difficult to make and can be used hot paprika
sparingly for clients who suffer from digestive problems.

Gumbo is the African word for okra and when the French settlers
came to Louisiana. They were unable to find ingredients
for a fish stew or bouillabaisse with saffron. Therefore,
hunted for hunting, river fishing, raised poultry and
pigs for curing pork sausages. Traditionally, large pots
served in the community begins twelve days after Christmas
and ends at midnight on Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras.

Le Roux:

In a large nonstick skillet cold, add a tablespoon light
butter up the heat to medium-low heat let it brown slightly. Remove the golden butter from heat and add a spoon tablespoons of flour. Go to the thermal motion ingredients
constantly until flour is completely incorporated into the butter. The final color should be dark as dirt.

The Gumbo:

(Makes 4 cups or 6 cups)

4 cups turkey, cooked

1-link sausage, sliced

1/2-cup onion, chopped

1/2-cup chopped green pepper

1/2-cup red bell pepper, chopped

1/2-cup chopped parsley

3 cloves garlic, finely chopped

1-small can of stewed tomatoes, mashed

8-okra, whole, fresh or frozen (washed and top and bottom removed), sliced

3-cups water

1 cup chicken broth

1/2-tsp cayenne

Sal 1/2-tsp

1/2-tsp black pepper

Instructions: Remove the roux cooked from the heat and add
chopped onion, garlic, peppers and okra. Embed
seasonings and add water and chicken broth. Add Turkey and sausage. Cook over medium-low heat and when the ingredients are thickened or stew, as the addition of tomato paste and parsley. Bake for fifteen minutes. Ladle on a pile of white rice. Serve with slices of crusty French bread.

For Gumbo Salad:

1 cucumber, peeled and cut into halves,

1 medium ripe avocado, sliced and halved

3 or 4 green onions, sliced

4 sprigs fresh parsley finely chopped

4 stalks celery, cut into large pieces-1/2-inches

1/2-pint cherry tomatoes, halved


Olive oil 2-LBR

1 tablespoon red wine vinegar-TLB

Instructions: Pull gently on the ingredients and dressing
until combined.

Cooking since the age of fifteen, the Author has always enjoyed preparing holiday meals.

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