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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Amazing Domestic Seafood Recipe

One of my favorite domestic seafood dishes is calamari. I used to cooked it way back home because it’s so simple to cook and yummy too. I used breadcrumbs instead of using flour. I combine ketchup and plain mayonnaise as my sauce. That’s what my family likes instead of tartar sauce. They can’t resist not to taste every time I cook it. It’s yummy though. Lol! How about you guys? Do you have your own recipe to share? You might as well join as a contender for the 5th Annual American Seafood Cook-Off Competitions. The Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board (LSPMB) presented the fifth annual Cook off at New Orleans Morial Convention Center on August 4 – 5. This is one of America’s most prestigious culinary competitions, one chef and one state will walk away the title of King of American Seafood. The reason of this is to promote the “positiveness of domestic seafood sustainability” which means to showcase their art of the value of domestic seafood and the simplicity of cooking seafood at home. What’s exciting with this event is that this is open to the public for the first time. The second day of the event was all about home cook. The highlight of the opening ceremony was the announcement of the six finalists from Day 1 who would compete for the title of King or Queen of American Seafood. The nineteen chefs were on pins and needles. John Connelly, president of National Fisheries Institute and auditor for the event, called out the states: Alaska, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, and Massachusetts. He explained that the challenge for Day 2 was to cook a home-style dish for today’s busy home cook in just forty-five minutes. Isn’t it exciting? Cool! I can’t wait to witness this event even in the television. This would be fun. So guys buy your ticket now if you’re near in the Louisiana. Or, join the event as a contender for the challenge. We don’t know, you might be chosen as a winner.

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