Poached Egg New Orleans — Cooking in Sens

Shrimp Clemenceau is a New Orleans specialty, usually made with shrimp, asparagus, mushrooms and fried potatoes. The last time I made this, at Chef Dave’s suggestion, I substituted mirliton for the fried potatoes. This time I substituted aubergine for the fried potatoes because I’m craving aubergine. So that’s why. This should really be called Gambas […]

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