When Camille and her two teenage daughters fled New Orleans for the island of Little Gale off the coast of Maine, the islanders were initially more suspicious than welcoming. Twenty-five years later, Camille's Creole restaurant, The Little Gale Gumbo CafAc, has become an island staple-as has the legacy of her romance with islander Ben Haskell. Camille and Ben, along with their children, created a new family unit with a seemingly unbreakable bond. But when Ben is found unconscious in his home, next to the body of Camille's estranged husband, old secrets and suspicions reemerge, and the family must reunite to hope for Ben's survival. But as revelations come to the surface, so do long-held secrets that will test the limits and definitions of family.We Creoles like our roux lighter than the Cajuns do, but it really depends on the dish. Roux can be really lightablond, they call itaor as dark as bittersweet chocolate. The darkest are the hardest to make, but every roux requires the cooka#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Little Gale Gumbo|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2011-10-04|