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The other night, my youngest son and I were watching the latest episode of Duck Dynasty. He absolutely loves Uncle Si and Willy. They are his favorite cast members on the show, which, i have to admit, they are pretty funny. The show takes place in Louisiana so we often get to see all types of southern foods being cooked and they look delicious! On this episode, in particular, Miss Kay, who is Willy’s mother, was making red beans and rice. I swear, my son and I could almost smell the dish cooking through the TV.
My little guy looked at me and said, “Mama, can you make red beans and rice so we can eat like Uncle Si and Willy?” I wanted to say yes but since I’m a northerner I wasn’t sure I could pull this very creole treat off lol! However, i sucked it up and found a fantastic recipe that was quite simplified and made the kid his red beans and rice. He has a tea cup that matches Uncle Si’s so he used that to drink his version of sweet tea (tea with maple syrup) as he enjoyed his red beans and rice meal.
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