11 responses

  1. Perry
    March 20, 2009

    Hey Mike: I haven’t emailed you in a while,but I’m still cooking Beryle’s receipes.While its the first day of Spring up here in New Jersey and its snowing like the dickens but its not sticking.This weekend the temps. are supposed to be in the 60′s. So I’m breaking out Old Smokey for her maiden Barbecue.I’ll let know how I make out. Thanks,Perry…………

  2. Leanne Wadsworth
    April 18, 2009

    Just finished making this Gumbo!! Love it!!! Your recipe was easy to follow and for my first try-not bad,not bad at all for a northerner :) We were in New Orleans for my sons wedding. He is in Gulfport MS at present in the Air Force. We went to Blow Fly and I fell in LOVE with the Gumbo and New Orleans. Thanks for your work, looking forward to future recipes!! Leanne

  3. Trey Doran
    October 20, 2009

    Howdy Doo!,

    Just wanted to thank you for this website and your Seafood Gumbo Recipe. I made it with all the seafood mentioned in the recipe and even though it was pricey, it scored a major hit for the family meal time. I’m a 49 year old single-father here in Dripping Springs, TX and this recipe made my 15 year old son’s eyes light up.

    Thanks Again,

    • Beryl
      October 25, 2009

      Hi Trey, We also have a chicken and sausage gumbo recipe on the site that is good and a lot less expensive than the seafood gumbo. You can also make a great gumbo with your left over turkey carcass after Thanksgiving dinner! Thanks for writing us, and please stay in touch.

  4. Donna
    December 8, 2009

    I love your website! I was excited when I saw the Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasonings on the grocery shelf. I didn’t think I’d be able to find it here in Pennsylvania, but sure enough there it was in Wal-Mart! Would you be able to show-n-tell how to make Southern Fried Chicken? I’d really appreciate
    how YOU would make it.
    Thanks and God Bless you and yours!
    Donna from Pa.

  5. gumbo recipe
    June 11, 2010

    Thanks for the recipe! The number of gumbo recipes is endless! Anybody can experiment and make its own gumbo recipe, and every chef has its secrets.Gumbo is great for making the best use from turkey left overs!

  6. hmong
    August 26, 2010

    i am surely a huge fan of seafood. if you think about health benefits also together with the pleasant taste is amazing stuff.

  7. Emmie
    December 28, 2010

    Thank you SO much for this recipe and video. This helped my mother prepare the BEST pot of new-orleans style gumbo. We have not tasted anything like it since her best friend (who’s from NOLA) lived here in Atlanta before moving to Texas.

    Thanks again!

  8. Phil
    March 10, 2012

    Hi Ms. Beryle. Thank you for posting your video and recipe for Traditional Seafood gumbo. I haven’t tried it yet but will be tomorrow. I’m going to also add some sausage.

    It is one of the few traditional recipes I’ve found.

    The thing that struck me was how easy you make the roux making process look.


    • Beryl
      March 10, 2012

      Thanks! Please let us know how you like the seafood gumbo.

  9. Barbara Brown
    December 28, 2013

    Dear Beryle
    Loveyou Seafood gumbo(Christmas eve) You made it so easy!!) I would like to see you on the Food Network.
    Barbara Brown
    New Jersey

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