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How to Make New Orleans Style Gumbo at Home
We're getting toward the tail end of November now and that means winter is just about a month away. Rather than shivering at home with a sandwich and bag of chips, wouldn't you like to have a meal that will warm you up while giving your taste buds a thrill? If the answer is yes, you'll want to read our guide on how to make New Orleans style gumbo at home. This spicy gumbo recipe is accompanied by a recipe for a gumbo-inspired omelette that makes a great side dish.
If you find yourself asking, "What is gumbo?", we'll address that question now. Gumbo is a delicious and often quite spicy soup that is especially popular among the Cajun population of Louisiana. It was originally conceived by Louisiana people of Creole descent and its name is believed to come from the Bantu (a language comprised from several different Nigerian dialects) word for okra, which is "ki ngbomo".
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