It’s not often that you read something that makes you salivate and cry at the same time…


Years later, you need never to have stepped foot into New Orleans to understand the horror of Katrina. I still can’t think about it and I am ashamed to say I haven’t had the heart to go back yet. I am hoping if I ignore it all long enough that in a few years, when the kids are older, when the money is better, when … when …

Now “when” has gotten much longer. A giant slick of oil is closing in on the destiny the Gulf states share. Shrimping is being shut down. My hometown outside of Pensacola is bracing for the apocalypse.

New
Orleans shrimp: Before and after the disasters – Kitchen Challenge –
Salon.com

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Author: Bill

Old guy. Native Floridian who likes to take a snapshot now and then.

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