GUMBO Eating TIME!
Because it’s the last hot soup of the season for me and my family. I want make gumbo again until Thanksgiving so we have to cherish the memories while they last.
Don’t get me wrong, everyday is Gumbo eating day, just not in my house, because in the summertime I am a grilling mama.
I love to cook outdoors and if you haven’t noticed by most of my recent post, I’ve already fired up the grill.
I decided to omit seafood from this gumbo, unlike my last Smokey Creole Gumbo, as I stated before, Baby Girl is allergic to seafood, so I wanted to make sure she had a nice big bowl of gumbo without the seafood.
Another change up too this gumbo is the size. People, I am Creole and we don’t make anything small, especially gumbo. I took great detail into tailoring this recipe for about 4-6 people.
This is my first time ever making gumbo for 4-6 people, it’s just something that would never happen in my family. But for those of you who just need a small batch, this recipes for you.
If you like seafood, in the last 15 minutes of cooking, add a pound of peeled, deveined shrimp.
What time is it? Gumbo Eating Time!