Camella Beans Has A Red Beans & Rice Video For You

 


Camellia Beans has been in the news lately due to their generosity towards donating their beautiful beans to feed first responders and flood victims in the 1000 year flooding in Southeast Louisiana. Red beans and rice is a traditional New Orleans meal in a dish created for Monday laundry days when folks were too busy washing to cook a big meal. Best made with ham hocks or andouille sausage.

Pair it with an Abita Amber longneck, or two. Depending how much Tabasco you put on your beans.

Enjoy the video and boogie to the music while you watch. This is the real thing, and not some crazy recipe from outside Louisiana.

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