Book Review: Cajun Sexy Cookin’
Before Cajun Sexy Cookin’ I owned two cookbooks—a thin, lavishly illustrated volume demonstrating practical techniques for cooking Chinese-American fare and a Good Housekeeping tome of All-American standards. I now own just a single cookbook, having pitched the two costly and useful editions in disgust after beholding the radiant light of this new classic, which I affectionately refer to as “CSC.”
The recipes are what any savvy connoisseur of Cajun fare might predict: turtle soup, jambalaya, baked lemon catfish, etc. I have yet to replicate any of these recipes, so I cannot vouch for their quality, but their presentation is so transcendent, so perfectly in line with my interest and fascinations, that immediately I trashed my two other culinary guides.
Exhibit A: Girl in bikini, catching crabs using specialized cages:
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