I did something I have never done this weekend. I cooked something that used to live in water. You see, I've always tried to eat seafood but it has always made me sick. Food making me sick = I have never had the desire to try and cook seafood. Well, enter a husband who loves food that comes out of water and you find me stepping out of my norm.
When Pat and I started dating I introduced to him one of my favorite food groups, Cajun Food. Listen, Cajun Food deserves it's own section on the pyramid. Period. It's just so dang good and I want to cry for anyone who has never tried it before. When Pat told me he had never had any sort of Cajun food before my mind was blown. To pieces. Cajun food was a main staple of foods around my college experience. I mean, we had a date party dedicated solely to the pinnacle of all Cajun foods, Crawfish.
|A little throwback for y'all. Crawfish Date Party circa 2010|
SO all of that to say/bore you with, we decided awhile ago that we wanted to have a Crawfish Boil at our house this spring (aka Crawfish Season). Pat had never been to one before and that was just not acceptable.
|All crawfish boils should include Abita beer. It's like a law or something.|
I somehow forgot my friend's boyfriend is an actual Cajun and really knows a thing or two about crawfish. I was
slightly freaking out.
|Can I get a Hail State and go Phi Mu?!|
Well, well, well. Whaddyaknow?? The girl who can't eat crawfish kicks butt at making crawfish. It's true. A real cajun told me so!
|Chloe might've loved the crawfish too. *Disclaimer: we never feed our dog from the table. This was a treat*|
Pat probably ate about 15 of the 30 pounds that we had. I might be exaggerating just a little bit, but he loved it!
Hubs loved it so much that he took my suggestion and made himself quite the lunch today...
Man, I am probably the luckiest girl ever. My hubs can cook!!
Have you ever stepped out of your comfort zone and made something you never thought you would before? I think it's safe to say we'll be doing this again next year!