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Lac Des Allemands Catfish: There’s No Taste Like Home

EVERY SUNDAY AFTER MASS at St. James Catholic Church, Daddy would pile all eight of us in his Chevrolet coupe and we’d make our way down River Road to Vacherie Lane. Waiting for us with open arms were Mamere and Papere Folse. Only grandparents could be that excited to see eight kids under 13 years old arriving for the day.

Papere was a

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