abdulaziz alabdullatif: My first cooking book was Paul's famous book and upon following his great recipes I managed to master many Luisiana dishes including the Seafood Gumbo . What a great chef
Rajesh Kumar: good
cyndi williams: Rest in Paradise Chef. Thank you.
Brian Hester: The food in heaven just got better!
Prepper Action: Gonna make me some Gumbo this week camping!
valerie Davis: Rip chef Paul Prudhomme
shair00: I bought one of Chef Paul's cookbooks in 1990. I still own it, but it is VERY used. I bought a new one of the same cook book. I consider Paul Prudhomme a Culinary Saint and losing him was no different than when Jullia Child went to be with God. May he legend live on thru his family.
Phillip Shekelstein the Third: Rest in Peace, Chef. Truly an inspiration.
Barbara Bradshaw: May he rest in peace thanks for sharing your talent
mikebee02: RIP Chef Paul
Maria Janus: Rest in peace, Chef.
breadfan9: RIP Paul
Iamtryingtounderstand: Best looking gumbo I have ever seen...wow.
slim Large: Grew up off his food. My mom had his old cookbook, the cover was worn, pages had torn but just thinking about that cookbook makes me hungry.
buzz kirschner: Chef Paul is a national treasure
Workaholic KLeonard: nice
ChobThomas: Aih guar-on-tie! Will you stop saying that?
Camila: So cute!
Authentic Gumbo Recipe with Paul Prudhomme5
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Seth Goetz: I have been shooting the two blade swhacker...have had great success with it. no deer lost at all. the only thing I could see being a downfall of the three blade is too much friction with three blades instead of two causing less penetration...also the blades look smaller and in this case more frail than anything compared to the stiff durable two blades. but I would definately like to take a look at the three blade and give it a try sometime. swhackers are absolutely great! saurabh agarwal: thank you sir XVATSU: Au fait ,c'est quoi le nom de la musique ? ben brick king: Great kit! rob Gavin: Why did you have to keep pulling the line? MonWeed: Thanks for review was helpful Carolyn Coleman: how did you get rid of the smell ?