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Thursday, September 10, 2020
THE FOODIST / OKRA GUMBO FOR SUMMER’S FINALE
Photography: Emma Fishman, Food Styling by Pearl Jones
GUEST BLOG / Recipe by Toni Tipton-Martin—via Bon Appetit Magazine—This deeply flavorful stew is a diasporic gumbo influenced by recipes from West Africa and Louisiana. The result is a rich, warming broth punctuated by succulent shrimp, juicy hunks of beef, and crisp-tender okra you’ll want to cozy up with all winter long. Tipton-Martin recommends sautéing the okra over high heat to that the pods ooze less. Click here.