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Place an 8-quart stockpot over medium heat, and add the oil. Allow the oil to heat for about 5 minutes, then add the flour to the pot. Stir the oil and flour together with a wooden spoon to form a roux. Continue to stir the roux for 20 to 25 minutes, or until the color of milk chocolate. Add the onions, bell peppers, and celery to the roux and stir to blend. Stir the vegetables for 5 minutes, then add the garlic. Cook the garlic for 30 seconds before adding the beer and Shrimp Stock to the pot. Season the gumbo with the thyme, bay leaves, gumbo crabs, Worcestershire, salt, and cayenne.

Bring the gumbo to a boil and lower the heat to a simmer. Continue to simmer the gumbo for 1 hour, skimming the foam and any oil that rises to the surface. Season both the shrimp and the catfish with 1 1/2 teaspoons Essence. Stir the shrimp and fish into the gumbo and cook for 2 minutes. Add the oysters to the pot and cook, stirring often, for an additional 5 minutes. Taste the gumbo and season if necessary. Garnish with the parsley and green onions and serve in shallow bowls over white rice.

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    Makes 3 quarts, 10 to 12 servings Copyright 2001 - 2012 Emerils.
    Gumbo has been called the greatest contribution of Louisiana kitchens to American cuisine. When the first French settlers came to Louisiana, they brought their love for bouillabaisse, a highly seasoned fish stew.
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    Having none of the usual ingredients necessary to make a typical French bouillabaisse, they substituted local ingredients. After about a century, with the Spanish, Africans, and Natives of the region offering their contributions of food, the stew was no longer recognizable as bouillabaisse and became gumbo.
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    What started out as second best became better than theoriginal.
    The word gumbo is derived from African words for okra  (guingombo, tchingombo, and kingombo), a pod-like vegetable introduced by African slaves and often used to thicken the stew.
    Gumbo is a classic Cajun one pot, communal stew that is especially important around Mardi Gras (the Mardi Gras season officially begins twelve days after Christmas, on January 6, and culminates on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent).
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    What is Roux? There is only one rule that remains constant in making gumbo: First you make a roux.
    The roux, a flour and oil or butter mixture, which acts as a thickening agent, is the gumbo's base.
    There are no other hard-and-fast rules for the ingredients used in making gumbo  - anything that flies, crawls, creeps, or lies still may end up in the gumbo pot.

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    There are as many recipes for gumbo as there are cooks in Louisiana.
    The making of gumbo draws out the competitive streak in most Louisianans, and most cooks closely guard their recipes.
    Courir de Mardi Gras photos courtesy of the web site Mardi Gras in Rural Acadiana, published the University of Southwestern Louisiana's Center for Louisiana Studies.
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    In some rural areas of Louisiana, masked and costumed horseback riders participate in what is called the Courir de Mardi Gras, which means "run of Mardi Gras.
    " Routes can be as long as sixty miles, and the riders  may visit as many as thirty households. They ride up to a farmhouse along the route to ask permission for the group to come up to the house.
    When permission is granted, the riders charge toward the house, where they sing, dance, and beg until the owner offers them an ingredient for making their gumbo.