Chef Steven Lusby 82 Queen Restaurant, Charleston SC
2 cups Carolina Gold® Rice
4 cups water
1 red bell pepper, diced small
2 onions, diced small
3 ribs celery, diced small
¾ # butter – ½ # for Cajun butter, soften
¼ cup ground sausage
½ cup Tasso Ham, julienne
2 tablespoons Paul Prudhomme®’s Cajun Spice
3 tablespoons tomato paste
1 teaspoon Tabasco®
2 diced tomato, skin removed
1 tablespoon Old Bay® seasoning
1# shrimp, peeled & deveined
½ # crawfish
Method of Preparation:
To make the rice, bring water, tomato paste, Tabasco®, ¼ # butter and
group sausage to a boil. Add rice and return to a boil. Then cover and
remove from heat.
In a large sauté pan, add tasso ham, diced vegetable and ½ # butter and
sauté until vegetables are translucent. Add shrimp, crawfish and rice and
cook until hot.
Tip: To remove tomato skin-use a peeler.
This week, join Bob as we relive the best moments of 2010. You won’t want to miss the highlights from the best adventures of 2010.
One of South Carolina’s most beloved professional athletes joinsBob this week to talk a little baseball and do a little upland bird hunting. New York Yankee MVP, Bobby Richardson will talk about his years with Mickey Mantle and other sports legends. He will also discuss his current work with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and what it means to the future of sports. This is a show for the history books, so make sure you tune in!
Here’s a little history: Bobby Richardson debuted on August 5, 1955. He racked up 1,432 hits in his career, with a lifetime batting average of .266, 34 home runs and 390 RBIs. He won five Gold Gloves at second base, while forming a top double play combination with shortstop (and roommate) Tony Kubek. With the light-hitting but superb-fielding Yankee third baseman Clete Boyer, Richardson and Kubek gave the Yankees arguably the best defensive infield in baseball. His most famous defensive play came at the end of the 1962 World Series, mentioned below, when Richardson made a clutch catch that prevented Willie Mays and Matty Alou from scoring the runs that would have beaten the Yankees and given the Series to the San Francisco Giants.
On this weeks program Bob heads to up state New York and is joined by Bill Hilts with the Niagara Tourism and Convention Corp.
Bob will be guided by Captain Bob Cinelli, owner of Cinelli’s Sport Fishing of Olcott, NY, in search of salmon and trophy lake trout in
Lake Ontario. Fishing, Family and Fun what a great combination. The Niagara Falls area of up state New York is known to be a great
family getaway and there’s something for everyone on this weeks program.