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Catfish Po' Boy With Tartar Sauce-Slaw

Happy National Catfish Day to our Galley Pirates crew!  Didn’t know there was a National Catfish Day?  Why, yes there is!  Every June 25th.  I invoked this venerable holiday to compel my co-pirate — she of the Minnesota walleye upbringing and Newfoundland salted codfish matrimony — into overcoming her irrational aversion and trying catfish for the first time.  785 more words

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Meet Furry Friend Nyla!

Today’s furry friend is a sweet girl named Nyla.

Nyla is up for adoption at Hardeman Adoptable Animals in Bolivar, Tennessee.

She is a 4-month-old terrier mix who is full of puppy fun! 167 more words

Live At 9

Inspiration: For No Other Reason


We end up at a lot of shows, festivals and antique markets hunting for ‘stuff’ for our gallery locations. Some have better food than others. When you see people readily standing in line, willing to wait for fried food…you know lunch is gonna be good. 341 more words

A Year Of Inspiration

Catfish With A Kiss

It’s after 7p.m. I’m starving. Eating a half tuna wrap for lunch just wasn’t enough. We’ve been visiting out-of-town all day, left for home late, and now he wants to eat supper at this “all you can eat” catfish house on the way.  680 more words

Overeating

Fish Tales at Galveston Mardi Gras - A Tale of Two Cities

Oh, what a night! The celebrations in Galveston have evolved greatly from their origins in 1867 to George Mitchell’s re-invention in 1986 to now. The Island was positively electric with excitement, and the whole community was alive with color and sound. 734 more words

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Love, Loss and Southern Food

Sometimes life seems to come at you all at once.  Ups and downs are a constant of life but sometimes we get gobsmacked by both of them at the same time. 994 more words

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Southern Fried Catfish

Deep-fried catfish is a favorite at our house.  Brush catfish with prepared mustard.  For two pounds catfish, I put one cup cornmeal, one and a half teaspoons of CajunSeasoning, and one-half teaspoon onion powder in a quart bag and shake till well-coated.   218 more words

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