A SHORT HISTORY OF GUMBO by Stanley Dry. Of all the dishes in the realm of
Louisiana cooking, gumbo is the most famous and, very likely, the most popular.
Okra or filé? Thickeners in gumbo are a complicated story. [Photograph: Robert
Terrell, Flickr]. You can learn a lot about the history of Southern food by studying
Dec 29, 2009 ... Gumbo: The Mysterious History. The legendary rice-based dish has a
controversial past and a vibrant future in New Orleans and its ...
First, let's talk about the differences between gumbo and bouillabaisse so you
can shake this vicious food rumor and be prepared for the true history.
Apr 4, 2014 ... Gumbo is a living example of the myriad of cultural influences within Louisiana.
While its exact origins are challenging to determine, there is ...
Oct 27, 2010 ... You can sweep nearly anything into a pot of gumbo—but if there's no okra, it's not
Gumbo History, of all the dishes in the repertoire of Louisiana cooking, gumbo is
undoubtedly the most famous. One of the oldest dishes in Louisiana.
Gumbo history and it's origins are found in the Cajun, Creole and spanish
cultures of Louisiana. To read more about this interesting subject look here.
May 1, 2014 ... Today: The complex history of Louisiana's signature dish. ... The name “gumbo”
itself is derived from the West African word for “okra”, which is ...