Three little reasons to reduce my carbon footprint to the best of my ability.
“Tenacity over Tears” is a video produced by Diane Huhn of Bayou Grace Community Services, a relief organization in Southeastern Louisiana. This is one woman’s story of her life in the Louisiana wetlands, and her threatened existence there.
With time on his hands, and a slick s big as Rhode Island encroaching upon his fishing waters, Alex took his ideas and gave them life. Using shrimp nets and the infamous “blue roof” tarps generously handed out post hurricane by FEMA, Aex designed an oil skimmer prototype.
First off, I got to eat boiled crawfish that I didnt’ even have to boil. I didn’t shop for any of the ingredients, either. Thank you, BigSis, for doing the shopping, which was gift enough for me. The day was a relaxing one. As the crawfish were sitting for their final soak, Dotter called to…
Whether you call them bream, bluegill, sunfish, or patassa (pah-tah-sah) these hand-sized gifts from the freshwater pond would be well served upon any plate.
It’s that time of year again, and this is one of the most popular recipes in the Bayou Woman’s Recipe Box–Blackberry Cobbler!