What a beautiful morning we are having in South Georgia! Love to wake up and have my coffee in this chilly weather. Today is another grand Saturday for us LSU fans! LSU will be playing in Knoxville to challenge the Tennessee Volunteers at 3:30.The game will be televised to a national audience on CBS. Neyland Stadium seats 102,000 and we all know that Tennessee’s fans will be fired up to take on the top-ranked team in the country. LSU enters the game ranked No. 1 in the nation for the third straight week, and has won all six of its games by double-digits! So with that being said we are getting geared up to watch another exciting game. Today I am cooking a Low Country boil. Low Country boil is a perennial favorite here in the Wagner household.  This recipe is Easy Like Sunday Morning!  You can throw everything in one pot and not have to worry about a lot of prep work. This is how I like it on game day Saturday’s, not much prep work so I can spend my time getting pumped up for the game. It is so funny how I cook a grand meal every Saturday for my Tigers and NO ONE ever comes to watch the game with me. I sit in front of the TV with a “carpet picnic” of fine Cajun vittles and cheer on my team. I kinda like it, like that.  Sometimes friends will stop by and eat a bite, but they leave when the game comes on. If you are not a die-hard tiger fan, you probably would rather not watch the game with me. I am a little passionate over my Tigers! Hope everyone has a Beautiful weekend! Geaux Tigers!!!!!


1 bag of Crab Boil Seasoning
12 baby red potatoes
6 ears of corn, shucked and silk removed
One 12 oz can or bottle of domestic beer
1 medium-size white onion, quartered lemon quartered
2 packages smoked sausage, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 lb medium to large raw shrimp, in the shell

2 tablespoons Slap Ya Mama Seasoning

Serve with Beach Bread


In a stockpot, pour enough water to cover all the ingredients. Add the bag of  crab boil seasoning. Bring to a boil. Add the potatoes, corn, beer, lemon and onion. Reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Add the smoked sausage. Cook 20 minutes more. Add the shrimp and cook about 3 minutes or until the shrimp turn pink. Drain the liquid into the sink and pour the boil onto a big serving platter, bowl or sling it onto newspaper like we do. (It make clean-up so easy) Sprinkle with Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning! Serve with the sisters Beach Bread, lots of melted butter for dipping, lemons and cocktail sauce.