We decided to dine at Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen due to our love of Cajun cuisine. I grew up in the Deep South; born in Mobile, Alabama. There are several memories of my family fishing and hosting crawfish boils. My aunts would also meet-up (weekly) at my grand mother’s home with a huge pot of Gumbo. The menu would included fried okra, boiled corn, seafood gumbo, and snow crab legs.
Needless to say, I was excited to fill my stomach with this delicious meal. I ordered the Jumbo Shrimp Brochette, Dirty Rice with Spinach on the side. This was no ordinary shrimp because it’s actually wrapped in bacon, infused with jalapeño and Monterey Jack Cheese. We ended the meal with a shared slice of Chocolate Cake.
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