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Learn more about National Gumbo Day, celebrated on October 12…
October 12, 2012 is National Gumbo Day
It’s National Gumbo Day! Gumbo is a tasty stew-like dish that originated in Louisiana. The name comes from an African word for okra, which is the key ingredient used for thickening.
Similar to Louisiana itself, gumbo is an amalgamation of many cultures. Elements of the recipe can be linked to West African, Choctaw, and French cuisine. As a result, there are many variations of gumbo and to this day chefs argue over the true recipe. The first historical reference to gumbo appears in an 1803 document, which describes the menu at a gubernatorial reception in New Orleans.
Enjoy Louisiana’s most famous dish served over brown or white rice, and celebrate National Gumbo Day!
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New Orleans: “The Gumbo Shop” Restaurant building, St. Peter Street in the French Quarter (Photo credit: Wikipedia)