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Erik vip

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2020.11.13 05:41
When people think about visiting the US the first places that usually come to mind are LA and New York city. The best experience I've had travelling though was to New Orleans. Im a foodie, so one of the most important factors when I travel is wanting to indulge in the local cuisine. New Orleans has a very distinctive style of cuisine that comes from an interesting history of the region. In the very early 1800's, Louisiana was colonized first by France and then by Spain. The descendants of these European settlers were called the Creoles. Creole cuisine is a fusion of French, Spanish, West African, and Native American Cuisine. The dish that had the biggest impact on my taste buds was BBQ Shrimp, a beloved local favorite. Despite the name, its not a traditional Bbq sauce and in fact completely different. When I'm missing the unique flavors of New Orleans and sounds of real Jazz coming from bars on every corner, I cook up my favorite dish. New Orlean BBQ Shrimp.

Ingredients:
Shrimp (whole with head and tail on)
Worscheshire Sauce
Garlic
Lemon juice
Butter (I used olive oil)
Cajun Seasonings (or Old Bay)

1. Saute Shrimp with garlic and butter for 1 minute on each side.
2. Add Worscheshire, lemon, and Cajun Seasonings
3. Finish with fresh chives or onions

Bon Appétit!

I used some pretty difficult words in this post. Let me know which words you have difficulty with and I'll pronounce and define them for you!
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  • 清风徐来 2020.11.13 05:42

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    good cooking skills
  • Evins 2020.11.13 05:44

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    wow, Have u got one for me?
  • shirotan 2020.11.13 05:47

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    I like garlic shrimp 🍤
  • Acco 2020.11.13 05:51

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    So nice!! I used to go to New Orleans!! One of My favorite place in the world.Nice foods and comfortable music so on . I enjoyed everything!! I want to go again someday.
  • Erik 2020.11.13 05:58

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    @Acco right? Its such an amazing place. Its so cultural in everything. Besides the food, the jazz music is so real and raw...like you would expect jazz to be. Cant wait to visit again
  • Erik 2020.11.13 05:58

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    @Evins i set one shrimp aside for you 😋
  • Svetlana 2020.11.13 06:36

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    @Erik I'm learning english here. Your post is interesting and easy for reading. Only two new words for me. But my weakness is pronunciation. If you will add a recording with audio text it will better😊 Thank you in advance
  • Sophia 2020.11.13 06:40

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    我今晚必须吃虾🦐 I must eat shrimp tonight
  • BaBa 2020.11.13 06:41

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    If you understand the history of food,it feels delicious.😊😊😊
  • Erik 2020.11.13 06:52

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    @BaBa agreed!
  • Erik 2020.11.13 06:52

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    @Sophia let me know how it turns out
  • Sophia 2020.11.13 07:04

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    @Erik ☺😂
  • ujshin 2020.11.13 07:06

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    Hi. Is Old Bay different from the bay leaves?
  • Erik 2020.11.13 07:09

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    @ujshin yes. Its a famous seafood seasoning from my hometown in Maryland. I will post a picture
  • Erik 2020.11.13 07:12

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    @ujshin i cant figure out how to add a picture. Look up Old Bay Seasoning online
  • ujshin 2020.11.13 07:16

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    @Erik sure i will. No prob. Does McCormick have those you think?
  • Erik 2020.11.13 07:26

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    @ujshin probably! If not they probably have something similar
  • Svetlana 2020.11.13 07:32

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    @Erik I'm very appreciate, thank you very much, Erik🤗

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