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Summer 2007 Out Here Magazine

Back to Work


After Hurricane Katrina devastated regions of the Gulf Coast, Louis and Jeanette Breaux and their family did what they've always done since setting foot on Mississippi soil 50 years ago: they rolled up their sleeves and got to work.


The Breauxs will be the first to tell you that they were among the fortunate to weather the colossal storm that left thousands dead, injured, or homeless.


But at the Breauxs' Lou-Jen Farms in Hancock County, damage to their cattle operation could be mended with building materials and a little elbow grease.

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Featured Articles from the Summer 2007 Issue

All-Terrain Vehicles


This month's workshop focuses on ATVs: Common sense and courtesy on trails, clubs that combine enjoyment and public safety, playing hard and working hard with your ATV, and the skills and precautions that are part of four-wheel ownership…


ATV Safety: As more people discover the practical uses, as well as the fun, of ATV ownership, they need to keep in mind the special skills and safety precautions required to operate these powerful motorized vehicles, says Mike Mount, spokesman for the ATV Safety Institute.

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Right Horse


You're scanning the local classified ads, when you spot a horse for sale. "17-year-old thoroughbred mare, 16+ hands, shown by teenager, has previous hock injury but is now sound. Sensitive disposition, needs patient handling. $500."


A horse for $500! Your kids have been begging for one, and you had one when you were a child. Is this horse the one for you? Before you leap at the deal, there are several things to consider.

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Shade Garden


Some plants are like the gardeners who tend them. They prefer a cool shaded spot during summer's heat. These shady characters like to lurk in the shadows beneath leafy trees or creep around a yard's dimly lit corners.

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Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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Family Favorite Recipes

Grandma’s Red Beans & Rice

Jimmy Sanders of Rosharon, Texas, whose recipes are the first three featured this month, is carrying on a tasty family tradition.

"My grandmother was born and raised in Louisiana and she passed her cooking on to my mom and aunts," he says. "They are all great cooks," he says.


  • 3 pounds redfish filets
  • 1 dash salt
  • 1 dash black pepper
  • 3 dashes lemon pepper
  • 2 boxes Jiffy Cornbread Mix
  • 1 bottle Louisiana Hot Sauce
  • Creole seasoning (He recommends Tony Chachere's)
  • 1 cup corn oil


Season filets with dashes of salt, black pepper, and lemon pepper. Put Jiffy Cornbread Mix in plastic bag along with 15 shakes of Louisiana Hot Sauce and about 5 or 6 shakes of Creole seasoning. Place filets in bag and shake until fish is covered with mix. Heat black cast iron skillet with corn oil over high heat. Place filets in skillet and then turn it down to medium heat. Cook 13 minutes per side. Put fish on plate covered with slices of bread to absorb the oil, then serve.

Serves 3-4.