In Louisiana, there is a strong connection between food and family. Recipes are discovered, cultivated, and passed down through the generations, becoming bright spots at gatherings and creating happy memories with the ones we love. Nell Aucoin Robarge, of Baton Rouge, inherited this recipe for Crawfish Pie from her mother, Brenda Aucoin, who adapted it from an old church cookbook. The Aucoins hail from Napoleonville , Louisiana, a tiny community on Bayou Lafourche that dates back to the 18 th century. Growing up, Nell remembers enjoying the pie along with fried fish and other Cajun delicacies when extended family would come to visit. Today, she makes it on weekends, and when her children are in town and there are plenty of mouths to feed.
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Estimated values based on one serving size. I made this and it tastes bad. I make the bacon separately because I like my back a little more firm than I when I did it as in the recipe. I would say try less soy sauce and cook it longer than it says.
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The sweet part is that we were there, we got to express how much we truly loved him… AND my children really got to build memories with their great granddad. They will always remember that time there with him, and connect that place with him. I will always be grateful and glad for that time that we set aside to make him feel loved… and build those memories.